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- Yucca aloifolia is the type species for the genus Yucca. Common names include aloe yucca, dagger plant, and Spanish bayonet. It grows in sandy soils,...
- Yucca elephantipes Regel Yucca lacandonica Gomez-Pompa & Valdes Yucca aloifolia L. Yucca yucatana Engelm. Section Clistocarpa Engelm. Yucca brevifolia...
- Sound side with areas of pine and Spanish moss-covered live oaks. Yucca aloifolia and Yucca gloriosa can be found growing wild here in the northern parts...
- Pleurothallidinae Genus: Octomeria Species: O. aloefolia Binomial name Octomeria aloefolia Barb.Rodr. Synonyms orthographic variant: Octomeria aloifolia Barb.Rodr....
- islands of the subtropical southeastern USA, often together with Yucca aloifolia and a variety formerly called Yucca recurvifolia or Y. gloriosa var. recurvifolia...
- Navia aloifolia is a species of plant in the genus Navia. This species is endemic to Venezuela. Checklist of Venezuelan Bromeliaceae with Notes on Species...
- Anoplophytum flexuosum (Sw.) Beer Tillandsia aloifolia Hook. Tillandsia patens Willd. ex Schult. & Schult.f. Vriesea aloifolia (Hook.) Beer Vriesea tenuifolia Beer...
- Southern California, United States and Baja California, Mexico. Yucca aloifoliaSoutheastern U.S, Mexico, Caribbean. Yucca faxonianaChihuahuan Desert...
- Cyclanthaceae. Yucca brevifolia (Joshua tree, or palm tree yukka), and Yucca aloifolia, of genus Yucca in family Asparagaceae. Coconut Fan palm—genera with palmate...
- species include: manila gr**** (Zoysia matrella), Spanish bayonet ( Yucca aloifolia), Singapore almond (Terminalia catappa), true aloe (Aloe vera). Some of...
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