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Versicolor

Versicolor may refer to: Panulirus versicolor, a species of spiny lobster Hyla versicolor, a species of frog found in North America Phrynobatrachus versicolor, a species of frog found in Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Ugan ...

                                               

S. indica

S. indica may refer to: Singerina indica, the single species in the monotypic genus Singerina Saraca indica, the Ashoka tree, a plant species Salvia indica, a herbaceous perennial plant species Sillago indica, the Indian whiting, a coastal marine ...

                                               

Prong

Prong band, a metal band from New York City "Prongs", a nickname of James Potter character Prong company, an iPhone accessories company in New York City

                                               

Pika parser

In computer science, a pika parser is a parser that applies PEG rules right to left, bottom-up, using dynamic programming, which is the inverse of the normal recursive descent or packrat parsing order of top-down, left to right.

                                               

Catenella caespitosa

This small alga grows to 20 mm high from a discoid holdfast and dark brown in colour. Very irregularly branched, creeping moss-like and terete. Branches easily seen to be constricted at intervals. Medulla, the inner cells, formed of thick-walled ...

                                               

Ganoderma sinense

Ganoderma sinense is a black to purplish-black or dark brown laccate species of Ganoderma found in China, Japan and Taiwan growing on decaying wood of broad-leaved trees and pine stumps. It is used in traditional Asian medicine, where it is known ...

                                               

Auricle

Auricle is an Anglicization of Latin auricula, from auris "ear" and -cula, a diminutive suffix. Auricle and auricula may refer to: Auricular style, ornamental style based on parts of the human anatomy Auricle Ensemble, chamber ensemble

                                               

Araneus grossus

Araneus grossus is a orb-weaver spider species. The species is one of the largest orb-weaver spiders in Europe. It is found in South and Southeast Europe and Central Asia.

                                               

Krapovickasia

Krapovickasia is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family Malvaceae, disjunctly distributed in Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. Perennial herbs, they have yellowish to peach or faded rose colored flowers.

                                               

Bastardiastrum

Bastardiastrum is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family Malvaceae, native to Mexico. They are shrubs or subshrubs with viscid stems.

                                               

Sukagawa Peony Garden

Sukagawa Peony Garden is a nationally designated Place of Scenic Beauty in the city of Sukagawa, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.

                                               

H. montana

H. montana may refer to: Hudsonia montana, the mountain golden heather, a flowering plant species endemic to North Carolina Hyperplatys montana, longhorn beetle of the subfamily Lamiinae Hovea montana, mountain hovea, shrub of the family Fabaceae ...

                                               

Phebalium verrucosum

Phebalium verrucosum is a species of shrub that is endemic to New South Wales. It has branchlets densely covered with white scales, narrow elliptic, oblong or linear leaves covered with white scales on the lower side, and umbels of creamy white f ...

                                               

Phebalium bifidum

Phebalium bifidum is a species of small, erect shrub that is endemic to the Capertee Valley in New South Wales. It is more or less covered with glossy scales and has bilobed leaves and cream-coloured to bright yellow flowers arranged in umbels on ...

                                               

List of Muhaxhir Albanians

This is a list of Muhaxhir Albanians that includes Albanians and Muslims that left their homes as refugees or were transferred from various States in Balkan to Albania and Kosovo. The list is sorted by the fields or occupations in which the notab ...

                                               

Floral isolation

Floral Isolation is a form of reproductive isolation found in angiosperms. Reproductive isolation is the process of species evolving mechanisms to prevent reproduction with other species. In plants, this is accomplished through the manipulation o ...

                                               

H. nobilis

H. nobilis may refer to: Hypophthalmichthys nobilis, the bighead carp, a freshwater fish species Hippelates nobilis, Loew, 1863, an eye gnat species in the genus Hippelates

                                               

Montoso Gardens

Montoso Gardens is a farm and plant nursery dedicated to growing plants for local consumption and export. It incorprates a privately ownedbotanical garden and nature reserve of about 36 hectares. It is located in the region of Maricao, in Puerto ...

                                               

C. chinensis

C. chinensis may refer to: Calyptraea chinensis, the Chinese hat snail or Chinese hat shell, a small sea snail species found in North-West Africa, in the Mediterranean, the North Sea, the Black Sea and the Atlantic Ocean Corylus chinensis, the Ch ...

                                               

C. laevigata

C. laevigata may refer to: Crataegus laevigata often misspelled C. levigata, the Midland hawthorn or woodland hawthorn, a tree species Cryptocarya laevigata, the glossy laurel, a rainforest plant species Carex laevigata, a European sedge Chaenoth ...

                                               

Canary wood

Canary wood or canary whitewood is a name used to a number of species: Wood from the genus Centrolobium Wood from the genus Persea ; Persea indica and Apollonias barbujana Syn.: Persea canariensis Indian mulberry Morinda citrifolia Wood from Euca ...

                                               

M. salicifolia

M. salicifolia may refer to: Miconia salicifolia, a plant species in the genus Miconia Myrcia salicifolia, a synonym for Myrcia sphaerocarpa Manihot salicifolia, a plant species in the genus Manihot Monnina salicifolia, a plant species in the gen ...

                                               

C. costaricense

C. costaricense can refer to a few different species of plants. The specific epithet costaricense refers to the country of Costa Rica where many of these species may be found. Citharexylum costaricense, a species of fiddlewood in the genus Cithar ...

                                               

Goniothalamus undulatus

Goniothalamus undulatus is a species of plant in the family Annonaceae. It is native to Thailand and Vietnam. Henry Nicholas Ridley, the English botanist who first formally described the species, named it after the wavy edges of its leaves.

                                               

Wallichii

Apostasia wallichii, a species of orchid Widdringtonia wallichii, commonly known as Clanwilliam cedar or Clanwilliam cypress Sorbus wallichii, a species of plant in the family Rosaceae Rhododendron wallichii, a rhododendron species Horsfieldia wa ...

                                               

Epithet (disambiguation)

An epithet is a name. In taxonomic nomenclature, it is a word or phrase in the name of an organism. It can be: Epithet may also refer to: a specific epithet in botany, the second part of a botanical name Specific epithet zoology, also called the ...

                                               

Tristyly

Tristyly is a rare floral polymorphism that consists of three floral morphs that differ in regard to the length of the stamens and style within the flower. This type of floral mechanism is thought to encourage outcross pollen transfer and is usua ...

                                               

Cryptic self-incompatibility

Cryptic self-incompatibility is the botanical expression thats used to describe a weakened self-incompatibility system. CSI is one expression of a mixed mating system in flowering plants. Both SI and CSI are traits that increase the frequency of ...

                                               

Distyly

Distyly is a type of heterostyly in which a plant demonstrates reciprocal herkogamy. This breeding system is characterized by two separate flower morphs, where individual plants produce flowers that either have long styles and short stamens, or t ...

                                               

Splachnum

Splachnum, also known as dung moss or petticoat moss, is a genus of moss that is well known for its entomophily. It commonly grows on patches of dung or decomposing animal matter.

                                               

Pleocnemia

Pleocnemia is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

                                               

Parapolystichum

Parapolystichum is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is mainly native to the tropics, although its range extends to southeastern Aust ...

                                               

Archigrammitis friderici-et-pauli

Archigrammitis friderici-et-pauli is a species of fern in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Grammitidoideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. It is native to Borneo and Sulawesi.

                                               

Neolepisorus

Neolepisorus is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

                                               

Lepidomicrosorium

Lepidomicrosorium is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, with a single species, Lepidomicrosorium subhastatum, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. Other sources do not accept t ...

                                               

Paraselliguea

Paraselliguea is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Drynarioideae of the family Polypodiaceae according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016, with a single species Paraselliguea leucophora.

                                               

Draconopteris

Draconopteris is a genus of ferns in the family Tectariaceae, with a single species Draconopteris draconoptera, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

                                               

Pteridrys

As of February 2020, the Checklist of Ferns and Lycophytes of the World recognized the following species: Pteridrys cnemidaria Christ C.Chr. et. Ching Pteridrys australis Ching ex C.Chr. & Ching Pteridrys confertiloba Holttum Pteridrys acutissima ...

                                               

T. palustris

T. palustris may refer to: Tetraodon palustris, a species of pufferfish in the family Tetraodontidae only found in Mekong basin. Terebralia palustris, the mangrove whelk, a species of brackish-water snail in the family Potamididae. Triglochin pal ...

                                               

A. arenarius

A. arenarius may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. arenari ...

                                               

C. bakeri

C. bakeri may refer to: Cupressus bakeri, the Modoc cypress, Siskiyou cypress or Baker cypress, a species of cypress native to the United States Ctenosaura bakeri, the Utila iguana, Bakers spinytail iguana, swamper or wishiwilly del Suampo, a spi ...

                                               

Sacred groves of Biodiversity Park, Visakhapatnam

Sacred groves is a zone of Biodiversity Park, Visakhapatnam located in the premises of Rani Chandramani Devi Government Hospital. It has more than 100 sacred plant species, which are medicinal herbs with religious importance. Many sacred plants a ...

                                               

T. occidentalis

T. occidentalis can refer to a few different species. The specific epithet occidentalis means western. Trichromia occidentalis, a moth in the family Erebidae Turpinia occidentalis, a tree known as muttonwood Tradescantia occidentalis, a forb call ...

                                               

Balsam tree

Balsam tree is the common name given to several genera or species of trees that are the source of resinous products, often known as balsam or balm. Balsam tree may refer to: Colophospermum mopane, an African leguminous tree with resinous seeds My ...

                                               

Elytrophorus spicatus

Elytrophorus spicatus is a small plant in the Poaceae family native to Africa, the Indian subcontinent, south-east Asia and Australia.

                                               

Niggerhead (disambiguation)

Enneapogon nigricans, an Australian grass Echinocactus polycephalus, a North American cactus Carex secta, a New Zealand sedge Rudbeckia hirta, a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae

                                               

Lake Chad flooded savanna

The Lake Chad flooded savanna is a flooded grasslands and savannas ecoregion in Africa. It includes the seasonally- and permanently-flooded grasslands and savannas in the basin of Lake Chad in Central Africa, and covers portions of Cameroon, Chad ...

                                               

Cenchrus (disambiguation)

Cenchrus is a genus of about 25 species of grasses. Cenchrus may also refer to: Cenchrus insect, a specialized anatomical structure in the insect group known as sawflies A taxonomic synonym for Candoia, a.k.a. bevel-nosed boas, a genus of harmles ...

                                               

Eulophia obtusa

Eulophia obtusa, a showy and distinctive species of orchid, popularly known as the ground orchid, recorded from Bangladesh, North India and Nepal. This orchid growing in seasonally in grassland. It is a grass associated orchid species. A Banglade ...

                                               

A. agrestis

A. agrestis may refer to: Anthoceros agrestis, a bryophyte species Antiblemma agrestis, a moth species Austrodrillia agrestis, a sea snail species Astragalus agrestis, a flowering plant species Achlidon agrestis, a crab species Auximobasis agrest ...

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