Not only had each of my hundreds of stingless bees on their return been carefully labeled and given a name (even if only a Camargo manuscript name
for the new species), but all of the bees were identified and meticulously placed equidistance in straight lines.
This marine alga, given the manuscript name
"Palmetta aleutica" by Tilesius, is one of the earliest known specimens of marine algae collected from Alaskan waters.
An eleventh-century Monte Cassino manuscript names
Rufinus in the title and also includes a relevant excerpt from his Church History.