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Versicolor

Versicolor may refer to: Meriania versicolor is a plant species endemic to Colombia. Trametes versicolor, a common polypore fungus. Ipomoea versicolor, an ornamental plant. Brugmansia versicolor, a near-threatened species. Pestalotiopsis versicol ...

                                               

S. indica

S. indica may refer to: Singerina indica, the only species in the monotypic genus Singerina. Sillago indica, the Indian whitefish, is a coastal marine fish species. Saraca indica, the Ashoka tree, a plant species. Salvia indica, a herbaceous spec ...

                                               

Prong

Prong band, a metal band from new York. "Prongs", the nickname of James Potters character. Prong company, a new York-based iPhone accessories company.

                                               

Pika parser

In computer science, a pika parser is a parser that applies PEG rules from right to left, from bottom to top, using dynamic programming that is the reverse of a normal recursive descent or reverse parsing order from top to bottom, from left to right.

                                               

Catenella caespitosa

This small Alga grows up to 20 mm tall from a disk-shaped hardy and dark brown color. Very irregularly branched, creeping and mossy teretes. Branches that are easy to see shrink at certain intervals. Medulla oblongata, internal cells formed by th ...

                                               

Ganoderma sinense

Ganoderma sinense is a black to purplish-black or dark brown laccate species of Ganoderma found in China, Japan and Taiwan, growing on decaying wood of broadleaf trees and pine stumps. It is used in traditional Asian medicine, where it is known a ...

                                               

Auricle

The auricle is an Anglicization of the Latin auricula, from auris "ear" and-cula, a diminutive suffix. The auricle and the auricle may refer to: Auricular style, an ornamental style based on parts of the human anatomy. Ensemble of ear shells, cha ...

                                               

Araneus grossus

Araneus grossus is a species of ball-weaver spiders. This species is one of the largest weaver spiders in Europe. It is found in southern and South-Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

                                               

Krapovickasia

Krapovickasia is a genus of flowering plants in the Malvaceae family, distributed disjunctively in Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. Perennial herbs, they have yellowish-peach or faded pink flowers.

                                               

Bastardiastrum

Bastardiastrum is a genus of flowering plants in the Malvaceae family, native to Mexico. These are shrubs or semi-shrubs with viscous stems.

                                               

Sukagawa Peony Garden

Sukagawa peony garden is a national scenic beauty spot in Sukagawa city, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.

                                               

H. montana

H. Montana may refer to: Hechtia Montana, a plant in the bromeliad family. Hovea Montana, mountain hovea, a shrub of the Fabaceae family. Hybomitra montana, thin-horned horsefly. Hudsonia Montana, mountain Golden Heather, a flowering plant specie ...

                                               

Phebalium verrucosum

Phebalium verrucosum is a species of shrub endemic to New South Wales. It has twigs densely covered with white scales, narrow elliptical, oblong or linear leaves covered with white scales on the underside, and umbels of creamy-white flowers with ...

                                               

Phebalium bifidum

Phebalium bifidum is the form of a small upright shrub, endemic to the valley Capertee in New South Wales. It is more or less covered in glossy scales and has bivalve leaves and cream to bright yellow flowers arranged in umbels at the ends of the ...

                                               

List of Muhaxhir Albanians

This is a list of Muhajir Albanians that includes Albanians and Muslims who have left their homes as refugees or have been transferred from various Balkan States to Albania and Kosovo. The list is sorted by the areas or professions where a notabl ...

                                               

Floral isolation

Flower isolation is a form of reproductive isolation found in angiosperms. Reproductive isolation is the process of developing specific mechanisms that prevent reproduction with other species. In plants, this is achieved by manipulating pollinato ...

                                               

H. nobilis

H. nobilis may refer to: Hippelates nobilis, Loew, 1863, a species of eye Midge in the genus Hippelates. Hypophthalmichthys nobilis, a large-headed carp, a freshwater fish species.

                                               

Montoso Gardens

Montoso Gardens is a farm and plant nursery dedicated to growing plants for local consumption and export. It includes a private Botanical garden and a nature reserve with an area of about 36 hectares. It is located in the Maricao district, in Pue ...

                                               

C. chinensis

C. chinensis may refer to: Cryptocarya chinensis, the Chinese cryptocarya, is a medium-sized evergreen tree species native to subtropical forests of Taiwan, southern China and Japan. Chinese Kanna, a garden plant. Corylus chinensis, the Chinese h ...

                                               

C. laevigata

S. laevigata may refer to: Cephalaria laevigata, a species of the genus Cephalaria. Crataegus laevigata is often incorrectly spelled C. levigata, Middle hawthorn or forest hawthorn, a woody species. Chaenotheca laevigata, a species of lichen in t ...

                                               

Canary wood

Canary tree or Canary white tree is a name used for a number of species: Wood from the genus Persea indica and Apollonias barbujana Syn.: Persea canariensis. Wood from the genus Centrolobium. From the liriodendron commonly known as Tulip trees. I ...

                                               

M. salicifolia

M. salicifolia may refer to: Mida salicifolia, the willow Maire or maire taike, is a plant species of the genus Mida and the family Santalaceae. Manihot salicifolia, view plants of the genus Manihot. Myrcia salicifolia, synonym of Myrcia sphaeroc ...

                                               

C. costaricense

C. costaricense can refer to several different plant species. The specific epithet costaricense refers to the country of Costa Rica, where many of these species can be found. Cirsium costaricense, a synonym of Cirsium mexicanum and known as the M ...

                                               

Goniothalamus undulatus

Goniothalamus undulatus is a species of plant in the Annonaceae family. It is native to Thailand and Vietnam. Henry Nicholas Ridley, the English botanist who first formally described this species, named it after the wavy edges of the leaves.

                                               

Wallichii

Sorbus wallichii, a species of plant in the Rosaceae family. Schima wallichii, an Asian species of evergreen trees belonging to the tea family, Theaceae. Apostasia wallichii, a species of Orchid. Memecylon wallichii, a species of plant in the Mel ...

                                               

Epithet (disambiguation)

An epithet is a name. In taxonomic nomenclature, this is a word or phrase in the name of an organism. It could be: The epithet can also refer to: In botany, the second part of the Botanical name. A specific epithet of Zoology, also called a speci ...

                                               

Tristyly

Tristyly is a rare floral polymorphism that consists of three flower Morphs that differ in stamen length and style within the flower. This type of flower mechanism is thought to stimulate pollen transfer from crossing and is usually associated wi ...

                                               

Cryptic self-incompatibility

Cryptic self-consistency is a Botanical expression that is used to describe a weakened system of self-consistency. CSI is one of the manifestations of the mixed mating system in flowering plants. Both SI and CSI are traits that increase the frequ ...

                                               

Distyly

Distyly is a type of heterostyly in which the plant demonstrates the reciprocal herkogamy. This breeding system is characterized by two separate flower morphs, where individual plants produce flowers that either have long styles and short stamens ...

                                               

Splachnum

Splachnum, also known as dung moss or petticoat moss, is a genus of mosses that is well known for its entomophilicity. It usually grows on scraps of manure or decaying animal matter.

                                               

Pleocnemia

Pleoknemia is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the classification of the phylogenetic group of Pteridophytes in 2016.

                                               

Parapolystichum

Parapolytichum is a genus of ferns in the Dryopteridaceae family, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the classification of the phylogenetic group of Pteridophytes in 2016. The genus mainly grows in the tropics, although its range extends to South-Ea ...

                                               

Archigrammitis friderici-et-pauli

Archigrammitis friderici-et-pauli is a species of fern in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Grammitidoideae, according to the 2016 classification of the phylogenetic group of Pteridophytes. It is native to Borneo and Sulawesi.

                                               

Neolepisorus

Neolepisorus is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, according to the 2016 classification of the pteridophyte phylogenetic group.

                                               

Lepidomicrosorium

Lepidomicrosorium is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, with one species, Lepidomicrosorium subhastatum, according to the 2016 classification of The pteridophyte phylogenetic group. Other sources do not accept ...

                                               

Paraselliguea

Paraselliguea is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Drynarioideae of the family Polypodiaceae according to the classification of the phylogeny group of Pteridophytes in 2016, with one species, Paraselliguea leucophora.

                                               

Draconopteris

Draconopteris is a genus of ferns in the family Tectariaceae, with one species, Draconopteris draconoptera, according to the 2016 phylogeny classification of the Pteridophyte group.

                                               

Pteridrys

As of February 2020, the following species are recognized in the list of ferns and Lycophytes of the world: Pteridrys acutissima Ching ex C. Chr. & Ching. Pteridrys dongshiyongii Li Bing Zhang & X. M. Zhou. Pteridrys cnemidaria Christ C. Chr. et. ...

                                               

T. palustris

T. palustris may refer to: Triglochin palustris, the Swamp arrow grass, is a species of arrow grass found in wet meadows. Terebralia palustris, a mangrove limpet, is a species of brackish-water snail in the family Potamididae. Tetraodon palustris ...

                                               

A. arenarius

A. arenarius may refer to: Abbreviation of the type name. In binomial nomenclature, the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the name of the species, also called the species epithet. In A. ar ...

                                               

C. bakeri

C. bakeri may refer to: Colletotrichum bakeri, a synonym for Colletotrichum dematium, a plant pathogen that causes Anthracnose. Ctenosaura bakeri, Utila iguana, Bakers spinytail iguana, swamper or wishiwilly del Suampo, a dorsal-tailed iguana end ...

                                               

Sacred groves of Biodiversity Park, Visakhapatnam

The sacred groves are an area of the Visakhapatnam biodiversity Park located on the grounds of the Rani Chandramani Devi government hospital. It has more than 100 sacred plant species, which are medicinal herbs of religious significance. Many sac ...

                                               

T. occidentalis

T. occidentalis can refer to several different species. The specific epithet occidentalis means Western. Thuja occidentalis, a tree known as the Northern white cedar or Eastern thuja. Tradescantia occidentalis, Forbes called Western arachnid or P ...

                                               

Balsam tree

Balsam tree is a common name given to several genera or species of trees that are a source of resinous products, often known as balsam or balsam. Balsam tree may refer to: The Populus Sect. Tacamahaca, balsam poplars, the source of an ointment so ...

                                               

Elytrophorus spicatus

Elytrophorus spicatus is a small plant in the Poaceae family, native to Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Australia.

                                               

Niggerhead (disambiguation)

Rudbeckia hirta, a flowering plant in the Asteraceae family. Carex secta, a new Zealand sedge. Enneapogon nigricana, an Australian herb. Echinocactus polycephalus, a North American cactus.

                                               

Lake Chad flooded savanna

The flooded savanna of lake Chad is a flooded grassland and savanna Ecoregion in Africa. It includes seasonally and permanently flooded grasslands and savannas in the lake Chad basin in Central Africa and covers parts of Cameroon, Chad, Niger and ...

                                               

Cenchrus (disambiguation)

Cenchrus is a genus of about 25 species of herbs. Cenchrus may also refer to: A taxonomic synonym of Candoia, also known as the slant-nosed boa, is a genus of harmless boa constrictors found in Melanesia and New Guinea. It is a taxonomic synonym ...

                                               

Eulophia obtusa

Eulophia obtusa, a spectacular and distinctive species of Orchid popularly known as the ground Orchid, has been recorded in Bangladesh, Northern India and Nepal. This Orchid grows seasonally in meadows. This is a grass associated with an Orchid s ...

                                               

A. agrestis

A. agrestis may refer to: Antiblemma agrestis, a species of moth. Astragalus agrestis, a flowering plant species. Anthoceros agrestis, a type of bryophyte. Austrodrillia agrestis, a species of sea snail. Auximobasis agrestis, a species of moth. A ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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