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

Name Lookups Short etymology Long etymology Etymology applies to
Terminalia sericea var. angolensis archives.nd.edu From the Latin sericea meaning ‘silky’ Edit
Trichocephalus virgatus archives.nd.edu Edit
Neodermaptera archives.nd.edu Edit
Rhinolobium lineare archives.nd.edu Edit
Hibiscus strigosus archives.nd.edu Edit
Pseuderanthemum subviscosum archives.nd.edu Edit
Lebeckia candicans archives.nd.edu From the Latin candicans meaning "increasing in glow / whitening". Edit
Euryops longifolius archives.nd.edu From the Latin longus = "long" and folium = "leaf", referring to the long leaves Edit
Heliophila deserticola archives.nd.edu From Latin desertum = "desert" and -cola = "dweller", referring to the desert habitat of the...Edit
Ampelocissus obtusata archives.nd.edu From the Latin ‘obtusa’ / ‘obtusus’ meaning ‘blunt Edit
Vellereophyton pulvinatum archives.nd.edu Edit
Chamaecrista plumosa var. plumosa archives.nd.edu Edit
Herschelianthe bachmanniana archives.nd.edu Edit
Cyphostemma ternatum archives.nd.edu Edit
Andropogon longipes archives.nd.edu From the Latin longus = "long" and pes = "foot". In plants this often refers to the base of the...Edit
Gomphocarpus rivularis archives.nd.edu Edit
Encentrus linearis archives.nd.edu Edit
Lotononis glabra archives.nd.edu Edit
Avena sterilis subsp. sterilis archives.nd.edu Edit
Spatalla propinqua archives.nd.edu Edit

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