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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
utplurimum, ut plurimum (adv.): for the most part, mostly; nearly always;

- ostiola sphaerulas fere aequantia, vel paullo longiora, canali spermatico (apice in porum utplurimum luculentum exeunte) perforata (S&A), the ostioles almost equally the sphaerules, or somewhat longer, perforated by a spermatic canal [i.e. groove or tube] (at the apex issuing forth into a mostly shining pore).

- Fungorum et Byssorum illustrationes quos ut plurimum novos, trecentos et ultra cum caeteris minus bene cognitis, in diversis Europae regionibus collegit 1837 François Fulgis Chevallier (1796, Paris – 1840):

Illustrations of Fungi and Byss[i] [i.e. Fungi Imperfecti; see Byssus,-i (s.f.II)] which, for the most part, are new, three hundred and more with the rest less well known, collected in the different regions of Europe.

- sed discus utplurimum e centro communi irregulariter fissus in lacinias saepe triangulares subaequales, in marginem erectum dispositas, hiat (S&A), but, for the most part, the disc gapes open [hiat], after being irregularly split into laciniae, often triangular, somewhat uniform, arranged on the erect margin.

- truncigenum et nos utplurimum invenimus (in Salicibus Caprea et alba L. rarius in Fago ac Aesculo ) fungum pulchrum (S&A), we ourselves have found it nearly always truncigenous [i.e. arising from the trunks of trees] (on Salix Caprea and alba L., more rarely on Fagus and Qesculus), a lovely fungus.

- [Physarum reticulatum; fungi] P.acaule serpens elongatum flexuosum aurantium, peridiis utplurimum ramosis, ramis reticulatim anastomosantibus (S&A), [a Physarum] stemless, creeping, elongate, flexuose, orange, with the peridia [nearly always] branched, with the branches reticulately anastomosing.

 

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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