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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
terreus,-a,-um (adj.A): earth-colored, brownish; made or consisting of earth or soil, earthen; dingy; cf. soiled;

- propagationes interdum nidulantes in extracto sterili aquarum terrearum, proliferations sometimes nidulant in a sterile extract of soil-based water.

- color muscorum caulis plerumque viridis eft, in multis fpeciebus tamen in albidum, luteolum, aurantiâcum, fpadiceum, terreum, ferrugineum, fuscum, nigricantem etc. vertitur (Bridel); the color of the stem of mosses is usually green, however, in many species it is turned into white, yellowish (mud-colored), orange, chestnut-brown, earth-brown, rust-brown, dark brown, approaching black, etc.

- infima folia omnium fere muscorum aetete squalido terreoque colore induta, the lowermost leave of almost all mosses with age clothed with a squalid and earthen color.

- subiculum subcuticulare tenue, terreo - fuscum, subcuticular subiculum thin, dingy-dark brown.

Tricholoma terreum, the cap of which mushroom is a dingy color.

 

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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