MELIOSMA MEXICANA (SABIACEAE), UNA ESPECIE NUEVA DE LA SIERRA MADRE ORIENTAL DE Mï¿½XICO
- Sweetfern. Eastan, John // Forest & Thicket;1992, p187
The plant sweetfern belongs to the bayberry family. It is a low shrub found in dry, sandy soils. Its dense, fernlike, aromatic foliage is the best identity mark. The plant is not a fern but a knee-high, woody shrub that often covers acres of semi-open ground in acidic, soil-impoverished...
- The Amorphas. Froehlich, Shirley // Prairie Garden;2009, Issue 70, p56
The article provides information on Amorphas. It discusses the features of the Amorphas, which represent all the shrubs in the legume family, including its flowers, foliage, and seeds. It explores the various types of Amorphas including Leadplant (Amorpha canescens), Dwarf False Indigo...
- Dypsis delicatula. Britt, Adam; Dransfield, John // Palms;Mar2005, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p40
Features the dwarf palm Dypsis delicatula found in Madagascar. Description of its leaves; Favorable habitat for the dwarf palm; Significance of the position of stamens in the identification of its species.
- High praise for the Indian mast tree. Anderson, Sonja // Australian Horticulture;Mar2005, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p74
Features the Indian mast tree or Polyalthia longifolia. Usefulness of the tree; Description of its leaves; Natural habitat of the tree.
- HORDEUM. // Common Texas Grasses: An Illustrated Guide;1978, p136
An encyclopedia entry about species of the grass genus Hordeum is presented. A description of the physiological features of Hordeum pusillum and Hordeum vulgare is provided including leaves, inflorescence and spikelets. Information is also provided on their use, distribution and habitat in the...
- LEPTOCHLOA. // Common Texas Grasses: An Illustrated Guide;1978, p142
An encyclopedia entry about species of the grass genus Leptochloa is presented. A description of the physiological features of Leptochloa dubia and Leptochloa filiformis which include the leaves, inflorescence and spikelets. Information is also provided on their use, distribution and habitat in...
- Untitled. Relf, Tim // Farmers Weekly;4/24/2009, p4
This article provides facts about common dog-violet. According to article, common dog-violet is the most common of the wild British violets and has leafy stems with heart-shaped leaves. It notes that the flowers are bluish-violet with a pale spur. It adds that the plant grows beneath hedgerows...
- NÄ«kau. // Te Karaka: The Ngai Tahu Magazine;Winter2014, Issue 62, p44
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- Neotropical Copestylum Macquart (Diptera: Syrphidae) Breeding in Fruits and Flowers, Including 7 New Species. Ricarte, Antonio; Marcos-García, M. Ángeles; Hancock, E. Geoffrey; Rotheray, Graham E. // PLoS ONE;11/18/2015, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p1
Ten species of Copestylum (Diptera: Syrphidae) were reared from fruits and flowers in Costa Rica, Ecuador and Trinidad. Seven were new and in this paper, we describe them, their development sites and the third stage larva and/or the puparium of all ten species. One new synonym is proposed,...