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237 Possible Causes for Pilea, Urb, alpina

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  • Scrophulariaceae

    Samuelessonia Urb. & Ekman (1) Hispaniola Sapphoa Urb. (2) Cuba Schaueria Nees (8) Brazil Sebastiano-Schaueria Nees (1) Brazil Spathacanthus Baill. (5) C. Amer.[depts.washington.edu] Plants whose stems consist of sprays of alternating leaves - if they are opposite, then there is often strong anisophylly, as in Pilea (Urticaceae) - are also common in such[mobot.org] […] subsp. alpina Linaria alpina subsp. petraea Linaria arvensis subsp. simplex Linaria elatine Linaria hepaticaefolia Linaria muralis Linaria pelisseriana Linaria repens Linaria[canope.ac-besancon.fr]

  • Ficus Scortechinii

    Ficus broadwayi Urb. Ficus bubu Warb. Ficus bullenei I.M.Johnst. Ficus burtt-davyi Hutch.[exotic.plantarium.by] […] cadierei – Aluminum Plant Pilea depressa – Baby’s Tears Pilea glauca – Silver Sprinkles Pilea involucrata “Friendship” – Friendship Plant Pilea involucrata “Moon Valley”[cactusjungle.com] 4 1 Oxyceros Orchidantha kunstleri 175.57.3 calcarea 229.1.2 pauciflorus 175.57.3 longiflora 229.1.1 Kjxymiirci Oreorhamnas afftnis 48.13.1/11 serrulata 172.3.1b alpina argentea[archive.org]

  • Aristolochia Petersiana

    GRIN #: 410103 COMMON NAME : STANDARD COMMON NAME : FAMILY : Euphorbiaceae LATIN NAME : STANDARD PLANT NAME : Euphorbia gymnonota Urb.[accessdata.fda.gov] […] bracteosa Pilea cadierei Pilea glaberrima Pilea johnstonii Pilea melastomoides Pilea microphylla Pilea mongolica Pilea racemosa Pilea sp.[foodplantsinternational.com] Royle. 0 2 Arnica angustifolia alpina Mountain Tobacco Asteraceae or Compositae A. alpina.[pfaf.org]

  • Polyps

    Griseb. , Piriqueta grandifolia (Urb.) Arbo , Piriqueta morongii Rolfe , Piriqueta suborbicularis (A. St.-Hil. & Naudin) Arbo , Piriqueta taubatensis (Urb.)[floraargentina.edu.ar] Arabis alpina L. Aschersoniodoxa cachensis (Speg.) Al-Shehbaz Barbarea intermedia Boreau Barbarea vulgaris R. Br. Brassica juncea (L.)[coleoptera-neotropical.org] Plagiothecium Plagiotheciaceae Plagiothecium laetum Muscaphis escherichi ssp. irae Planera Ulmaceae Planera aquatica Tetraneura ulmi Plantago Plantaginaceae Plantago alpina[aphidsonworldsplants.info]

  • Lobelia

    . – white lobelia Species Lobelia portoricensis (Vatke) Urb. – tibey tupa Species Lobelia puberula Michx. – downy lobelia Species Lobelia remyi Rock – grayleaf lobelia Species[itis.gov] […] acaulescent acaulescent rosette plants adaptations afro afroalpine belt afroalpine flora Agrostis Alchemilla Alchemilla johnstonii Alchemilla scrub alpine belt altitude Arabis alpina[books.google.co.jp] Lobelia shaferi Urb., Symb. Antill. 7: 419 (1912). Lobelia shaferi var. nipensis (Urb.) E.Wimm., Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien 56: 365 (1948).[wcsp.science.kew.org]

    Missing: Pilea
  • Scutellaria Baicalensis

    Caesalpinia Sappan L 233 Calvatia lilacina Mont et Berk Lloyd 237 Camptotheca acuminata Decne 239 Carpesium abrotanoides L 263 262 Carthamus tinctorius L 267 Centella asiatica L Urb[books.google.de] Eastwood not Brand ( G. salticola was a replacement name for the invalid G. alpina Eastw.) was Ebbet's Pass, so most likely implication of ' saltus ' in this case is "a narrow[calflora.net] David Hollombe forwarded the following to me: "The type locality of Gilia salticola was Carson Pass and the only other location cited in the original publication of Gilia alpina[calflora.net]

    Missing: Pilea
  • Prunella Vulgaris

    Samuelessonia Urb. & Ekman (1) Hispaniola Sapphoa Urb. (2) Cuba Schaueria Nees (8) Brazil Sebastiano-Schaueria Nees (1) Brazil Spathacanthus Baill. (5) C. Amer.[depts.washington.edu] Prunella vulgaris var. alpina Prunella vulgaris Linnaeus, var. alpina Schur, Enum. Pl.[florida.plantatlas.usf.edu] Dasytropis Urb. (1) E. Cuba Dichazothece Lindau (1) E. Brasil Dicladanthera F. Muell. (2) W. Australia Dicliptera Juss. (150) warm & trop.[depts.washington.edu]

    Missing: Pilea
  • Euphorbia

    Species Euphorbia helenae Urb.[itis.gov] Carter species Euphorbia alluaudii Drake species Euphorbia alpina C.A.[biolib.cz] […] to oblong, 1-2.5 cm 3-6 mm; ovary and capsule densely verrucose. 57 E. altaica Leaf blade elliptic, 1-2 0.8-1.2 cm; ovary and capsule sparsely minutely tuberculate. 58 E. alpina[efloras.org]

    Missing: Pilea
  • Asclepias

    Asclepias curassavica f. flaviflora Tawada Asclepias curassavica var. concolor Krug & Urb. Asclepias margaritacea Hoffmannsegg ex Schult. in Roem. & Schult.[cabi.org] […] ageratoides , A. alatas , A. alba , A. albens , A. albicans , A. albida , A. albiflora , A. albo-aurantiaca , A. alexicaca , A. alexifarmacas , A. alexitoxica , A. alpestris , A. alpina[commons.wikimedia.org] Asclepias curassavica var. concolor Krug & Urb. in I.Urban, Symb. Antill. 1: 389 (1899). Asclepias curassavica f. flaviflora Tawada, J. Jap. Bot. 47: 203 (1972).[wcsp.science.kew.org]

    Missing: Pilea
  • Fritillaria

    Caesalpinia Sappan L 233 Calvatia lilacina Mont et Berk Lloyd 237 Camptotheca acuminata Decne 239 Carpesium abrotanoides L 263 262 Carthamus tinctorius L 267 Centella asiatica L Urb[books.google.com] F. acmopetala , F. adamantina , F. affinis , F. agrestis , F. aintabensis , F. albidoflora , F. alburyana , F. alfredae , F. alpina , F. altaica , F. amabilis , F. amana ,[commons.wikimedia.org] Fritillaria camschatcensis var. alpina (H.Matsuura & Toyok.) Hid.Hara, Hokkaido-no Kozan-shokubutsu: 388 (1977).[wcsp.science.kew.org]

    Missing: Pilea