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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subsequens,-entis (part.B): subsequent, following, .ing; following after someone else’s ideas or opinions, to conform to + acc.; ]; opp. antecedens,-entis, preceding, coming before, previous; [> L. subsequor,-cutus, 3. to follow immediately, to follow close after, succeed];

- antecedenti tempore, in the time preceding; subsequenti tempore, in the time following after.

- species antecedentes atque subsequentes a Linneo ad Cytiso relatae, the preceding and succeeding species related to Cytisus by Linneus.

- genera antecedentia ad Bryaceis relata, subsequentia autem ad familia nova, the preceding genera are attributed to the Bryaceae, the following [genera], however, to a new family.

- species hae ad Rosaceas relatae a Richardio autem Linneum subsequente, these species related to the Rosaceae by Richardius, however, following Linneus.

- colore, statura et eximia praesertim duritie haec species a subsequentibus sejunta, by the color, stature and especially its extraordinary hardness this species is separated from the subsequent ones.

- species nova per colorem et staturam a speciebus subsequentibus differt, new species by color and stature differs from the following species.

- species prior dubie ad Cytineas relata, auctoribus autem subsequentibus in Burmanniaceis adjuncta, the former species doubtfully related to Cytineae, however, by succeeding authors joined in the Burmanniaceae.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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