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Celtis wightii archives.nd.edu Edit
Pharnaceum lanatum archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘lanatum’ / ‘lanatus’ meaning ‘furnished with wool’ Edit
Pentarrhinum insipidum archives.nd.edu Edit
Ruschia grisea archives.nd.edu Edit
Phragmanthera archives.nd.edu From the Greek phragma, a hedge; anthers. Edit
Chaenostoma archives.nd.edu From the Greek chalno, I gape; stoma, mouth. The tube opens widely. Edit
Sutera aspalathoides archives.nd.edu From the Greek ‘aspalath’ / ‘aspalathos’ meaning ‘a fragrant shrub found in Greece’; and the Greek...Edit
Drosanthemum leipoldtii archives.nd.edu Edit
Psathyrophlyctis serpentaria archives.nd.edu Edit
Lotononis laxa archives.nd.edu Edit
Morella quercifolia archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘querci’ / ‘quercus’ meaning ‘oak’; and the Latin ‘folia’ / ‘folium’ meaning ‘leaf’. Edit
Hyparrhenia poecilotricha archives.nd.edu Edit
Newtonia erlangeri archives.nd.edu Edit
Cotula pedunculata archives.nd.edu Edit
Rostraria cristata archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘cristata’ / ‘cristatus’ meaning ‘tufted’ Edit
Podalyria archives.nd.edu After Podalirius (Latin), from Podaleirios (Greek), son of Asklepios, god of healing. He and his...Edit
Searsia undulata archives.nd.edu Edit
Pseuderanthemum alatum archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘alatum’ / ‘alatus’ meaning ‘winged’ Edit
Ochna inermis archives.nd.edu Edit
Ruschia laxiflora archives.nd.edu Edit

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