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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
temperate, moderate: temperatus,-a,-um (part.A), compar. temperatior,-ius (adj.B);

- species ad 70, praesertim in hemisphaerii borealis regionibus temperatis, frigidis v. montanis crescentes (B&H), species to 70, especially growing in temperate, frigid or montane regions of the northern hemisphere.

- in locis campestribus argillosis siccioribus per totam Europam temperatiorem (mosses; Mueller); in flat sandy drier places throughout all temperate Europe.

- regio (-onis (s.f.III) temperata, abl. sg. regione temperata: temperate region, temperate zone, between the tropic of Cander (23 1/2 degrees north latitude) and the Arctic Circle (66 2/3 degrees north latitude); or between the tropic of Capricorn (23 1/2 degrees south latitude, and the Arctic Circle (66 2/3 degrees south latitude.

- regiones temperatae, temperate regions.

- species in siccis regionum temperatarum hemisphaerae borealis indigenae, species (pl.) in dry places of the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere indigenous.

- in hemisphaerae borealis regionibus temperatis et frigidis, in temperate and cold regions of the northern hemisphere.

- species per zonas temperatas et calidas dispersae, species (pl.) through temperate and warm zones dispersed.

- hepaticae in terris temperatis frequentes, in calidis et frigidis rariores, liverworts in temperate lands frequent, in hot and cold ones rarer (Stearn).

- per totum Americam septentrionalem temperatam tenus Canada boreali habitat, it grows throughout temperate North America as far as boreal Canada.

- crescentia in CYA temperata, growth in CYA moderate.

- pileus valde colore valde purpureo, aetate colore temperato, pileus with a strongly purple color, with age with the color moderate.

 

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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