There are many Latin words in English that contain -ae-, including proper names in biology (Archaea, Rosaceae), generic scientific terms (larvae, medusae), Church Latin (Summa Theologiae) and more "common" words such as formulae, curriculum vitae and so on.
I almost always hear these pronounced with /eɪ/, but it looks like this pronunciation is not listed in the dictionaries. For example, formulae only has the /ˈfɔːrmjʊliː/ pronunciation, and curriculum vitae has /ˈviːtaɪ/.
Shouldn't all these pronunciations at least be consistent in the dictionaries? And is there a reason why the dictionaries won't record the /eɪ/ pronunciation?