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crotalaria

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Bella Moth, Rattlebox Moth, Inornate Moth or Calico Moth, Utetheisa ornatrix (Linnaeus) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Arctiidae: Arctiinae)
... of the bella moth is intricately intertwined with its Crotalaria host plants. Crotalaria (particularly the seeds) are laced with pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Bella ... Crotalaria lanceolata E. Mey. and Crotalaria pallida Aiton var. obovata (G. Don) Pohill (formerly Crotalaria mucronata Desv.) which are both native to Africa and Crotalaria spectabilis Roth which is native to Asia. The name Crotalaria ...
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Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Photo Gallery
... ] Description Crowea "Festival" Crowea Photograph [16k] Description Crowea saligna Willow-leaved crowea Photograph [23k] Description Crotalaria cunninghamii Green bird flower Photograph [31k] Description Cryptandra ericoides Cryptandra Photograph [24k] Description Cyathea australis ...
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Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Photo Gallery
... ficifolia Red flowering gum Corymbia maculata Spotted gum Crinum pedunculatum Swamp lily Photo: Geoff Warn Crotalaria cunninghamii Green bird flower Photo: Keith Townsend Crowea exalata Small crowea Crowea exalata Small crowea ...
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Raceme
Raceme Raceme A raceme consists of an elongated axis with pedicelled flowers along it. Since a raceme is indeterminate, there is a constant supply of new flower buds at the tip, and the oldest flowers or fruits are at the bottom. Examples include Crotalaria and Orchids. Credit: http://www.knoware.nl/flora/ Return to main menu racemose inflorescence
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volumes under Production
... .bim.gov Shultz, Leila M./shultz@cc.usu.edu Coursetia Lavin, Matt/mlavin@montana.edu Crotalaria Windler, Donald R./dwindler@townson.edu Cytisus Nicholls, K. Wilf/ Dalbergia Rudd, Velva E./ * Dalea ...
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Handbook 4
... . Literally, ‘snake rattle’, a name used by the Mixe for Crotalaria bupleurifolia Schldl. & Cham. (Fabaceae) and related species. The Crotalaria seed pods turn brown and dry when mature, and the seeds ...
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LAB 5
... - many woody plants 5 Fibrous rooted Tap-rooted Spider lily, Hymenocallis caribaea, and Shak-shak, Crotalaria retusa, are your "typical" monocot and dicot flowers respectively. Examine the transverse section of a ... at right and the Seaside Mahoe (Thespesia populnea) flower below:- Pick apart one of the Crotalaria (shak shak) flowers. Note that the stamens are also united at their bases in a ...
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Plant Fibers
... tiliaceus Malvaceae (Mallow) Roselle Hibiscus sabdariffa Malvaceae (Mallow) Urena Urena lobata Malvaceae (Mallow) Sunn Hemp Crotalaria juncea Fabaceae (Legume) Indian Hemp Cannabis sativa Cannabaceae (Marijuana) Indian Hemp Apocynum cannabinum Apocynaceae (Dogbane ...
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... ÷åîáøèåí îé÷øåôéìåí Crotalaria capensis • ÷øåèìøééú äëó Dietes grandiflora • ...
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Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliopsida: Fabaceae
... (1) Baptisia (4) Canavalia (2) Cladrastis (0) Clianthus (1) Clitoria (2) Codariocalyx (1) Coronilla (2) Crotalaria (1) Cytisus (2) Dalbergia (2) Derris (1) Erythrina (6) Genista (1) Gliricidia (1) Glycine (1 ...
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