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- Viburnum acerifolium, the mapleleaf viburnum, maple-leaved arrowwood or dockmackie, is a species of Viburnum, native to eastern North America from southwestern...
- Pterospermum acerifolium, the bayur tree or karnikara tree, is a flowering plant indigenous to Southeast Asia, from India to Burma. It is most likely...
- Ribes acerifolium is a North American species of currant known by the common names mapleleaf currant and maple-leaved currant. It is native to the Canadian...
- by W. Macarthur and C. Moore. It is sometimes spelled as Brachychiton acerifolium, under the ****umption that the genus name Brachychiton is (Gr****) neuter...
- Genus: Hydrophyllum Species: H. canadense Binomial name Hydrophyllum canadense L. Synonyms Hydrophyllum acerifolium Salisb. Hydrophyllum lobatum Stokes...
- Verh., (1972) Lindrothia calendulae (McAlpine) Syd., (1922) Peridermium acerifolium (Pers.) Berk. Peridermium pinicola (Pers.) Berk. Peridermium plowrightii...
- Bengali, Kanak Champa, Kaniar, Katha Champa in Hindi) -- Pterospermum acerifolium Alexandrian laurel (Kath Champa, Sultana Champa, Punnaga in Sanskrit...
- Macadamia integrifolia, Prunus persica, Citrus limon, Nephelium lappaceum, Solanum melongena, Brachychiton acerifolium and Elettaria cardamomum. UKmoths...
- many Lepidoptera species. About 150 species are known, including: V. acerifolium – maple-leaf viburnum V. atrocyaneum V. arboreum V. australe – Mexican...
- within the genus have been resolved[1] in The Plant List. Pterospermum acerifolium (L.) Willd. Pterospermum grewiifolium Pierre unresolved in The Plant...
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