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- (Typhlops) incon****uus Jan, 1863 T[yphlops]. (Typhlops) accedens Jan, 1863 T[yphlops]. accedens — Jan & Sordelli, 1864 Typhlops (Typhlops) euproctus Boettger...
- wandoo and E. accedens have a very similar appearance, but can be distinguished by the orangey coloured powdery coating on the bark of E. accedens that appears...
- Peschiera solanifolia var. fallax (Müll.Arg.) L.Allorge Tabernaemontana accedens Müll.Arg. Tabernaemontana affinis var. campestris Rizzini Tabernaemontana...
- Hook. f. & Thomson 1861 Synonyms Synonymy Turritis hirsuta L. 1753 Arabis accedens Jord. Arabis brownii Jord. Arabis collisparsa Jord. Arabis conferta Willd...
-  divergens Binomial name Erigeron divergens Torr. & A.Gray Synonyms Erigeron accedens Greene Erigeron divaricatus Nutt. 1840, illegitimate homonym not Michx...
- Melicope accedens is a plant in the family Rutaceae. Melicope accedens grows up as a shrub or tree to 40 metres (130 ft) tall. The fruits are roundish...
- Edwards and Cowley proposed that the species be renamed Melaleuca accedens. Calothamnus accedens grows to a height of about 1.8 metres (6 ft) and has a single...
- cygnorum; and excludes Frankenia conferta (Silky Frankenia) and Calothamnus accedens. Flora of Australia List of threatened flora of Australia Extinct Australian...
- Chlaenius is a large and diverse genus of ground beetle. It is native to the Palearctic (including Europe), the Near East, North Africa, Afrotropical region...
- left a widow, Alice, and five daughters. Legh's only work, entitled The Accedens of Armory, London, 1562 (later editions 1568, 1572, 1576, 1591, 1597, and...
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