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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
succerda,-ae (s.f.I), sucerda,-ae (s.f.I): the dung of swine; swine-dung cf . stercus [> L. sus, gen.sg. suis, dat. pl. suibus, nom. & ac. pl. sues: a swine, hog, pig, boar, sow]; see dung;

- [fungi] in succerda locis humidis umbrosis jacente, et quidem tempore etiam sereno ac siccissimo , non infrequens coagminatus nidulatur: parcior in in merda humana (S&A), not infrequently nestled stuck together on swine dung cast down in moist, shaded places, and in fact even in weather fair and also very dry: more sparingly on human excrement.

- [fungi] praeter stercus vaccinum et equinum, quae vulgaris incolit, aliquoties etiam in succerda, et insignis quidem statura ac luxurie, nobis visus (S&A), besides cow and horse dung, which it inhabits in common, seen at different times by us even on pig excrement, and certainly remarkable in stature and luxuriance.

- [fungi] stercora passim obtegit animalium variorum, locis humentibus sylvaticis vel alio modo umbrosis jacentia — succerdas , muscerdas etc. coelo praesertim madente (S&A), everywhere it covers over the droppings thrown down of various animals, in moist forest places or,in another place, only shady places - swine dung, mouse dung etc. primarily in wet weather.

 

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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