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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
verisimiliter (adv.): very likely, probably, in a manner resembling the truth, plausibly;

- species 2, originis adhuc incertae, verisimiliter e montibus Asiae mediae, species 2, as yet of uncertain origin, probably from the mountains of mid-Asia.

- planta verisimiliter ex hybridatione harum specierum orta, plant probably arose from a hybridization of these species.

- herba verisimiliter annua, herb probably annual.

- Picria, ex auctoris descriptione et specimine valde manco in Herb. Mus. Brit. servato, est verisimiliter Curangae species, Picria, from the description of the author and a very imperfect specimen preserved in the Herb. Mus. Brit., is probably a species of Curanga.

- [dat. sg. caryopsis] Genus Bromo (Ceratochloae) affine, sed glumarum forma et venatione distinctum videtur et verisimiliter etiam ovario caryopsique glabris (B&H), the genus is related to Bromus (Ceratochloa), but seems distinct by the form of the glumes and the venation, and perhaps also by the ovary and caryopsis glabrous.

- [Orchideae] Clinandrium (androclinium, auct. nonnull.) interdum vix prominens, saepe plus minus elevatum, membranaceum et cum alis columnae continuum verisimiliter marginem liberum indicat filamentorum 3 superiorum stylo adnatorum (B&H), the clinandrium (the androclinium or some authors) sometimes is scarcely projecting [i.e. obvious], often somewhat elevated, membranaceous and, continuous with the wings of the column, it probably indicates the margin of the upper 3 adnate filaments free [i.e. distinct] from the style.

- [Orchideae]stylus columna inclusus, filamentorum tubo adnato velatus, antico tamen inter alas v. costas columnae verisimiliter nudus (B&H), the style included with the column, covered with the adnate tube of filaments, however, antically probably naked between the wings or ribs of the column.

 

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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