Philip Miller created the genus Abies in the 4th edition (1754) of his The Gardeners Dictionary. In the 8th edition (1768), he described Abies balsamea, which was the same species as Linnaeus's Pinus balsamea. Therefore, the current name for the species is Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.
Pinus foliis solitariis subemarginatis: subtus linea duplici punctata.
Pinus with solitary, subemarginate leaves; below with a double, dotted line.
Translation with commentary
|with solitary,||solitariis - ablative plural neuter of group A adjective solitarius, -a, -um; modifies foliis|
|subemarginate||subemarginatis - ablative plural neuter of group A adjective subemarginatus, -a, -um; modifies foliis|
|leaves;||foliis - ablative plural of 2nd declension neuter noun folium, -i|
|below||subtus - adverb|
|with a double,||duplici - ablative singular feminine of group B adjective duplex, duplex, duplex; modifies linea|
|dotted||punctata - ablative singular feminine of group A adjective punctatus, -a, -um; modifies linea|
|line.||linea - ablative singular of 1st declension feminine noun linea, -ae|