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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
tamen (conj.), an adversative particle: however, nevertheless, notwithstanding, yet; when beginning a fresh clause after an introduction; see sed, 'but;'

autem, ‘but’, is more strongly contradictory; see ‘but;’

- fronde nunc usque pedali et tamen angustiore quam P. lusoria, with the frond sometimes to one foot (long) and yet narrower than P. lusoria.

- haec species Rosae blandae affinis, tamen caule spinoso differt, this species is related to Rosa blanda, nevertheless it differs by the spinose stem.

- capsula ante maturitatem carnosula fere globosa vel obscure didyma, matura tamen in coccos 2-valves solvitur, capsule before maturity somewhat fleshy almost globose or obscurely two-lobed, mature [sc. capsule] for all that (nevertheless, however, yet) into 2-valved mericarps broken up.

- cellulae alarum tenerae, pariete marginali tamen valde incrassata, the cells of the wings delicate, yet with the marginal wall strongly incrassate (Steph.).

- flores tamen masculi adhuc ignoti, however the male flowers are as yet unknown.

- haec species Rosae blandae affinis, tamen caule spinoso differt, this species is related to Rosa blanda, nevertheless it differs by the spinose stem.

- hi characteres tamen plus minus obvii sunt in plurimi aliis speciebus sectionis Hibbertiaa, etsi non omnes in eadem stirpe (B&H), these characters are still more or less evident in many other species of the section Hibertia, even if all of them are not on the same plant.

- [fungus] exempla majora P. eduli haud adeo absimilia desuper apparent: a qua tamen admodum diversa est haec species (S&A), the larger specimens appear not so much unlike P. edulis: from which, however, this species is completely different.

- Var. quae etiam sylvestris reperitur, forsan tamen ex hortis migrata (DeCandolle), a variety which also was found wild, perhaps, however, transpored from gardens.

 

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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