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Ficinia

Ficinia is a genus of tufted or rhizomatous sedges. There are around 70 recognised species in Africa, three species that occur in New Zealand and a single species Ficinia nodosa that occurs in Australia.

                                               

Hypolytrum

Hypolytrum is a genus of plant in the family Cyperaceae. It contains approximately 60-70 species, native to tropical Africa, Asia, Australia, Latin America and various oceanic islands. Types include: Hypolytrum nemorum. Hypolytrum bahiense. (Bahi ...

                                               

Kobresia

Kobresia is a genus of plants in the sedge family. They are sometimes called bog sedges. These perennial sedges are quite similar to Carex species in appearance. The genus is widespread across much of Europe, Asia and North America, with many spe ...

                                               

Lipocarpha

Lipocarpha is a genus of sedges known as halfchaff sedges. There are approximately 35 species and representatives can be found throughout the tropical and warmer temperate areas of Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, South America and various ...

                                               

Lipocarpha occidentalis

Lipocarpha occidentalis, the Western halfchaff sedge, or Pacific halfchaff sedge, is a plant species native to western part of the United States but cultivated as an ornamental in other regions. It is widespread in California, with populations al ...

                                               

Mapania

Mapania is a genus of plants in the family Cyperaceae. It contains around 60-70 species, distributed in tropical regions of Africa, India, southern China, Southeast Asia, New Guinea, Australia, Central America, northern South America, and various ...

                                               

Schoenus arenicola

Key diagnostic characters of this sand-loving species include reddish-brown leaf sheaths and relatively narrow flowering heads inflorescences with generally three to six spikelets. The leaves of this species are usually less than half the length ...

                                               

Schoenus compar

Similar to other sedges, plants in this group are very difficult to identify. It appears that part of this problem is caused by the tendency of the southern African Schoenus to form hybrids with each other. However, hybridization is yet to be obs ...

                                               

Schoenus megacarpus

Key diagnostic characters of S. megacarpus are its primary inflorescence bracts that are expanded proximally with membranaceous extensions. In addition, the bases of the flowering stems are often reddish. This species tends to have longer spikele ...

                                               

Schoenus pictus

Key diagnostic characters of S. pictus are its relatively firm and thick bracts that surrounding the flower clusters spikes. These bracts are often yellow-brown in colour in young plants and they envelop the spikes. In addition, the leaf sheaths ...

                                               

Schoenus pseudoloreus

Schoenus pseudoloreus is a species of sedge endemic to the Western Cape and Northern Cape provinces of South Africa. Its range also reaches the western border of the Eastern Cape Province.

                                               

Schoenus quartziticus

Key diagnostic characters of this species include spikelets that are mostly less than 4.0 mm in length, with thin and membranaceous glumes. The plants resemble Schoenus exilis, however, the nutlets of S. quartziticus are broad elliptic, while tho ...

                                               

Scirpoides

Species include: Scirpoides varia Browning. (Вариа Scirpoides Браунинг) Scirpoides mexicana C.B.Clarke ex Britton Goetgh. ex C.S.Reid & J.R.Carter. Scirpoides holoschoenus L. Sojak. Scirpoides burkei C.B.Clarke Goetgh., Muasya & D.A.Simpson.

                                               

Juncaceae

Juncaceae is a family of flowering plants, commonly known as the rush family. It consists of 8 genera and about 464 known species of slow-growing, rhizomatous, herbaceous monocotyledonous plants that may superficially resemble grasses and sedges. ...

                                               

Marsippospermum

Marsippospermum is a genus of plant in family Juncaceae described as a genus in 1809. The genus is native to New Zealand, South America and the Falkland Islands. Species Marsippospermum grandiflorum L.f. Hook. - central + southern Chile, southern ...

                                               

Rostkovia

Rostkovia is a genus of plant in family Juncaceae described as a genus in 1809. The genus is native to Ecuador, South America, New Zealand and various Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Islands. Species Rostkovia tristanensis Christoph. - Tristan da Cun ...

                                               

Triangle Rush Exhibition Hall

The gallery spans over an area of 330 m 2 and made from red bricks. It consists of the hat and mat culture area, exhibition area, rural ancient cultural relics display area, rice culture area and the folk culture area. It also features the hat an ...

                                               

Leptaspis

Leptaspis is a genus of Paleotropical plants in the grass family, native to Africa, southern Asia, northern Australia, and a few islands of the western Pacific. Species Leptaspis angustifolia Summerh. & C.E.Hubb. - New Guinea, Fiji. Leptaspis zey ...

                                               

Pharoideae

Pharoideae is a subfamily of the true grass family Poaceae, containing the single tribe Phareae with the two genera Leptaspis and Pharus. Its members grow on the shaded floors of tropical to warm temperate forests. This subfamily is one of the ea ...

                                               

Scrotochloa

Scrotochloa is a genus of Asian, Australian, and Papuasian plants in the grass family. The genus is closely connected with Leptaspis and within this group some authors. Species Scrotochloa tararaensis Jansen Judz. - New Guinea, Queensland. Scroto ...

                                               

Cotylelobium

Cotylelobium is a genus of plants in the family Dipterocarpaceae. The name Cotylelobium is derived from Greek and describes the receptacle. It contains five species distributed in Sri Lanka, Peninsular Thailand, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and B ...

                                               

Dipterocarpus

Dipterocarpus is a genus of flowering plants and the type genus of family Dipterocarpaceae. Shorea species are the third largest and most diverse genus among the Dipterocarpaceae. They are well known in the wood, but is less known for its use in ...

                                               

Dipterocarpus acutangulus

Dipterocarpus acutangulus is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae. The species name acutangulus is derived from Latin and refers to the ribs of the fruit calyx tube. It is found in peninsular Malaysia and Borneo, where it is locally k ...

                                               

Dipterocarpus conformis

Dipterocarpus conformis is a species of plant in the family Dipterocarpaceae. The species is named derived from Latin and alludes to the great similarity in vegetative characters with two other large-leaved Dipterocarpus species. There are two su ...

                                               

Dipterocarpus sarawakensis

Dipterocarpus sarawakensis, locally called the Sarawak keruing, is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae, found in peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. It is locally common on leached sandy soils on low coastal hills. The view was as though ...

                                               

Hopea

Hopea is a genus of plants in the family Dipterocarpaceae. The genus was named after John Hope, 1725-1786, the first Regius Keeper of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. It contains about 104 species, distributed from Sri Lanka and southern Indi ...

                                               

Marquesia

Marquesia is a genus of plant in family Dipterocarpaceae. It contains the following species: Marquesia acuminata Gilg R.E.Fr. Marquesia macroura Gilg. Marquesia excelsa R.E.Fr. (Marquesia эксцельса R.E.Fr) This list is based on the Dipterocarpace ...

                                               

Monotes

Monotes is a genus of flowering plants in the family Dipterocarpaceae. Its name, meaning "unity" or "uniqueness" was chosen because it was the only genus of dipterocarp then known to occur in Africa. The Zambezian region is the centre of diversit ...

                                               

Parashorea

Parashorea is a genus of plant in family Dipterocarpaceae. The name Parashorea is derived from Greek and refers to the genus similarity to Shorea. It contains about 15 species distributed from South Myanmar, Thailand, Indo-China and the southernm ...

                                               

Shorea laeviforia

Shorea laeviforia is a plant species in the genus Shorea. Valoneic acid dilactone, flavogallonic acid dilactone, gallagyldilactone, ellagic acid and Gallic acid hydrolysis of tannins, which can be isolated from the nucleus of S. laeviforia and tw ...

                                               

Stemonoporus

It contains the following species: Stemonoporus cordifolius Thwaites P.S.Ashton. Stemonoporus bullatus Kosterm. Stemonoporus gardneri Thwaites. (Твейтс gardneri Stemonoporus) Stemonoporus marginalis Kosterm. (Marginalis Stemonoporus Kosterm) Stem ...

                                               

Vateria

It contains the following species but this list may be incomplete: Vateria indica, Linn. (Vateria indica и Линн) Vateria macrocarpa, B.L. Gupta. Vateria copallifera, Retz. Alston. Vateria acuminata, Hayne. (Vateria кондиломы, Хаине)

                                               

Anadenanthera peregrina var. peregrina

Anadenanthera peregrina var. peregrina is a tree in the family Fabaceae. It is native to Guyana, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia and it is also found in the Caribbean.

                                               

Gleditsia aquatica

Gleditsia aquatica, commonly called water locust or swamp locust after its habitat of river swamps and slough margins, is a tree native to the Southeastern United States and adjacent regions.

                                               

Hydrochorea

Hydrochorea is a legume genus in the subfamily Mimosoideae. It contains a mere 3 species at present: Hydrochorea gonggrijpii Kleinhoonte Barneby & J.W.Grimes. Hydrochorea marginata Benth. Barneby & J.W.Grimes. Hydrochorea corymbosa Rich. Barneby ...

                                               

Newtonia (plant)

Newtonia is a genus of legumes in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae and the Mimosoid clade: or tribe. Types: Newtonia leucocarpa Harms G.C.C.Gilbert & Boutique. Newtonia griffoniana Baill. Baker f. Newtonia erlangeri. (Программа newtonia erlangeri) ...

                                               

Zygia

Albizia petersiana Bolle Oliv. as Z. petersiana Bolle. Ebenopsis ebano Berland. Barneby & J.W.Grimes as Z. flexicaulis Benth. Sudw). Pithecellobium unguis-cati L. Benth. as Z. unguis-cati L. Sudw). Albizia zygia DC. J. F. Macbr. as Z. brownei Wal ...

                                               

Bursaria

Bursaria is a genus of large shrubs and small trees which are native to Australia. The genus was first described by Antonio Cavanilles in 1797, with his description of the type species B. spinosa. The name is derived from the Latin word bursa whi ...

                                               

Delarbrea

Species include: Delarbrea collina Vieill. (Delarbrea Коллина Vieill) Delarbrea harmsii R.Vig. (Р. harmsii Delarbrea Виг) Delarbrea paradoxa Vieill. (Delarbrea парадоксальный Vieill) Delarbrea balansae Baill. Lowry & G.M.Plunkett. Delarbrea monta ...

                                               

Marianthus

Marianthus is a genus of flowering plants within the family Pittosporaceae. The family was founded in 1837, Endlicher. He was resurrected from synonymy in 2004, Lindy Cayzer and Mike crisp. Species that are endemic to Australia, include: Marianth ...

                                               

Myodocarpaceae

The Myodocarpaceae are a family of plants including two genera, Delarbrea, Myodocarpus. The family is accepted under the APG II system and APG III systems. In earlier systems the two genera were included among the Araliaceae. Its center of divers ...

                                               

Pennantia

Pennantia is the sole genus in the plant family Pennantiaceae. In older classifications, it was placed in the family Icacinaceae. Most authorities have recognised three or four species, depending on whether they recognised Pennantia baylisiana as ...

                                               

Rhytidosporum

Rhytidosporum species are generally small herbs, or low shrubs, with alternate leaves which are often toothed at the apex. The flowers are small, generally solitary, and occur both in the axils and terminally. The five equal petals are white ofte ...

                                               

Torricelliaceae

The Torricelliaceae are a family of trees native to Madagascar and southwest Asia. It contains three genera, Aralidium, Melanophylla and Torricellia. Under the APG II system, each of these genera was placed in its own family, but with the proviso ...

                                               

Alseuosmia

Alseuosmia is a genus of five species in the family Alseuosmiacea, growing in New Zealands North Island. Species members are characteristically small evergreen shrubs. An example occurrence of species representative Alseuosmia macrophylla is in t ...

                                               

Alseuosmia macrophylla

Alseuosmia macrophylla, the toropapa or karapapa, is a plant species in the family Alseuosmiaceae. This is a small evergreen shrub which is endemic to New Zealand, along with two closely related species. An example occurrence of A. macrophylla is ...

                                               

Argophyllaceae

Argophyllaceae is a family of shrubs or small trees belonging to the order Asterales. The family includes two genera Argophyllum and Corokia. Members of the family are native to eastern Australia, New Zealand, Lord Howe Island, New Caledonia, and ...

                                               

Burmeistera

Burmeistera is a genus of flowering plants in the bellflower family, Campanulaceae. There are 102 species distributed in Central and South America. Grasses, shrubs, or vines. Most have green or yellow flowers with purple markings and inflated fru ...

                                               

Calycera

Calycera is a genus of flowering plants in family Calyceraceae endemic to South America. It has been considered to contain 14 species, or more recently nine.

                                               

Campanula lanata

This plant has erect racemes 30–60 centimetres 12–24 in tall, simple, alternate, serrated leaves and white or yellow bell-shaped flowers 2.5 cm long with five petals. It is very hairy hence the common name.

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