Contribute Taxa Etymologies

Etymologies can be looked-up on Dave's Garden, DoBE and LLD

Name Lookups Short etymology Long etymology Etymology applies to
Dichrocephala bicolor archives.nd.edu Edit
Searsia engleri archives.nd.edu Edit
Indigofera sangana archives.nd.edu Edit
Erica sulphurea archives.nd.edu Edit
Crassula subaphylla var. virgata archives.nd.edu Edit
Aulacorhynchus crinifolius archives.nd.edu Edit
Thesium palliolatum archives.nd.edu Edit
Conophytum truncatum archives.nd.edu Edit
Tricholaena monachyron archives.nd.edu Edit
Hibiscus trionum archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘trionum’ / ‘trionus’ meaning ‘resembling the reptiles of the genus Trionyx’ Edit
Gladiolus micranthus archives.nd.edu Edit
Glaucium archives.nd.edu From the Greek glaukos, grey- green, glaucous; referring to the leaves. Edit
Cineraria parvifolia archives.nd.edu Edit
Galenia dregeana archives.nd.edu Edit
Bulbine crispa archives.nd.edu Edit
Hermannia angularis archives.nd.edu From the Latin 'angularis' meaning having angles or corners; referring to the calyx that...Edit
Oxalis goniorhiza archives.nd.edu Edit
Aeschynomene archives.nd.edu Edit
Moraea muddii archives.nd.edu Edit
Calodendrum capense archives.nd.edu capense = of or from the Cape.  Edit

Note that the Cape was frequently equivalent to the Capensis region, i.e. South Africa, and not...

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