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Chinese Names in MO Publications
... . Baimashania (Brassicaceae), a New Genus from China AL-SHEHBAZ, I. A. 2000. The Chinese Endemic Neomartinella (Brassicaceae) AL-SHEHBAZ, I. A. 2000. Lepidostemon (Brassicaceae) is No Longer ... a new Chinese endemic (PDF) LANSDOWN, Richard V. 2006. The genus Callitriche (Callitrichaceae) in Asia (PDF) LARSEN, S. S. 1999. Bauhinia wuzhengyii (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae), a New Chinese Species LEE ...
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Flora of China Newsletter
... level) and in areas neighboring China; altitudinal ranges; and status (whether the taxon is endemic, indigenous, naturalized, or cultivated in China). Full cross-references of accepted names and synonyms ... (Salicaceae) of North America by George W. Argus (also in Chinese); angiosperm families by B. Hansen and K. Rahn (also in Chinese and Spanish); Trilliaceae (Trillium and Paris) of the world ...
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Ethnobotanical Portraits
... on how some indigenous groups in the Philippine uplands manage biological resources. Together with the Chinese ethnobotanist Xu Jianchu, she authored a booklet on The Use of Indigneous Knowledge in ... is this? It is Mammilaria estebanesis Lindsay (Cactaceae), the San Esteban fishhook cactus, which is endemic to San Esteban Island in the Gulf of California. The Seri people of northwestern ...
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Cycas hongheensis
... of the C. pectinata group was first discovered and noted as a distinct taxon by Chinese botanists in 1984, although no reproductive material was seen. It was finally described in 1996 ... clefts and crevices, often with little no soil at the roots. This species is apparently endemic to these seasonally dry limestone outcrops. Conservation status: Known populations have been very heavily cut ...
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The World of Gourds
... markets. Dried luo han kuo (Siraitia grosvenorii) for sale in an Asian market. See The Chinese Jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) Two more unusual Asian gourds are the snake gourd (Trichosanthes cucumerina) ... gourds have prominent longitudinal ribs. Another interesting "melon de coyote" (Ibervillea sonorae var. peninsularis) is endemic to the Cape Region of Baja California and several of the Gulf Islands. It ...
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Alpine Garden Society
... catastrophe. Cyclamen also crowded the benches; the southerly, pure white C. coum forma albissimum, endemic to the Golan Heights, was particularly covetable, but acquisitive attention was predominantly directed ... unfamiliar, my eyes turned first to a very attractive Gesneriad, Chirita fimbrisepala, a Chinese rockdweller with neat, fresh green, hairy leaves and tubular, broad-lipped purple flowers ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Centenarians - Featured Centenarians
... 's specimens are 30 to 50 feet tall, but in their native forests (they are endemic to Japan and China), they achieve a height of 100 feet and a girth greater ... , golden rain. Later in the season the flowers turn into papery, brown capsules reminiscent of Chinese lanterns. Each capsule contains a few round, black seeds the size of a pea. Some ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Biodiversity of the Hengduan Mountain Region, China
... of China’s roughly 30,000 species. Possibly 3,000 or more species are endemic. The area’s flora is especially noteworthy for its diverse representation of several genera; ... phylogenetics, floristics, biogeography, ecology, and conservation. In addition, the work will provide training for Chinese and American students in field techniques, in database development, and in GIS. All collections— ...
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Bribie Island Orchid News
... & New Guinea. Four species are found in Australia, three of which are endemic. The genus was described by Joao Loureiro in 1790 & refers to ... . It is commonly known as the yellow swamp orchid. It is endemic to S-E Queensland (islands of Moreton Bay.) It grows in ... From 'Native Orchids of Australia' by David L. Jones. Why is a Chinese fortune cookie written in English ? Orchid Names. One of the new ...
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Clivia Guide Main
... Clivia (Draft 2004-08-09) By Roger Dixon & Keith Hammett Introduction The genus Clivia is endemic to Southern Africa. It belongs to the family Amaryllidaceae and comprises five recognised species ... foliage specimens. B. As flowering specimens. Foliage plants Leaf shape 1. Broad leaf (similar to Chinese Monk). Shiny, upright leaves with pronounced veins. Leaf width 90-110 mm Ratio length : width ...
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