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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
subsequently, afterward, later: postea (adv.):

- Pombalia and Pigea genera ad species pancas condita et characteribus levioris momenti a Gringinsio vindicata, postea a St. Hilaire auctoribuaque recentioribus fere omnibus cum lonìdio juncta sunt (B&H);the genera Pombalia and Pigea on a few species established and with characters of lesser importance, vindicated by Gringinsius, subsequently by St. Hilaire and more recent authors almost all are joined with Ionidium.

- Polygaleae nulli Ordini arcte junctae, inter Irregulares olim Rhinanthaceis et postea Legumninosis comparatae (B&H), Polygaleae closely joined to no Order, once was compared among Irregular species to Rhinanthaceae and after to Leguminosae.

- genus olim cum Portulaceis et postea cum Polemoniaceis comparata (B&H), a genus once compared with the Portulaceae and afterward with Polemoniaceae.

- species prior dubie ad Cytineas relata, postea in Enum. PI. Jav. 2 8 , Burmanniaceis adjuncta (B&H), the former species was doubtfully related to Cytinee, subsequently in Enum. PI. Jav. 2 8 , joined to the Burmanniaceae.

- E. gracilis, ex Africa tropica, postea ab auctore ad Galeandram relata, E. gracilis, from tropical Africa, subsequently was related by the author to Galeandra.

- ovarium et postea fructum indehiscentem 1-2-locularem simulant in Ambrosieis plurimis (B&H), the ovary and afterward the fruit indehiscent 1-2-locular resemble as in Ambrosieae.

- Postea vero divisione longitudinali in binas dividuntur, afterwards divided into two with true longitudinal division.

NOTE: prius (adv.), formerly, previously.

- species prius ad Cytineas relata, postea adjuncta Burmanniaceis, the species previously related to Cytinea, subsequently joined to the Burmanniaceae.

NOTE: primo (adv.) and primum (adv.), ‘at first;’

- foliis primum viridibus postea rubris, with leaves at first green, subsequently red.

 

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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