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- Ammobium is genus of perennial Asteraceae species described as a genus in 1824 by Robert Brown, with the type species being Ammobium alatum. Ammobium...
- Ammobium alatum, commonly known as the winged everlasting, is a species of perennial herb in the daisy family Asteraceae and is both a native and an introduced...
- genus) Amaryllis Amberboa Amelanchier Amesiella Amherstia Amicia Ammi Ammobium Amorpha Amorphophallus Ampelopsis Amsonia Anacampseros Anacardium Anacyclus...
- monkeyflower, Mimulus alatus; winged elm, Ulmus alata; winged everlasting, Ammobium alatum; winged loosestrife, Lythrum alatum; winged seahorse, Hippocampus...
- but are now considered to belong to other genera: Achyrocline, Aliella, Ammobium, Anaphalioides, Anaphalis, Anaxeton, Antennaria, Argyrotegium, Belloa,...
- Amboroa Cabrera Ambrosia L. - bursage, ragweed Ameghinoa Speg. Amellus L. Ammobium R.Br. ex Sims Amolinia R.M.King & H.Rob. Ampelaster - climbing aster Amphiachyris...
- Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. It was recl****ified as Raco**** ammobium by Leslie Pedley in 1986 then transferred back to the genus Acacia in 2001...
- Alatoseta Ammobium Amphiglossa Anaphalioides Anaphalis Anaxeton Anderbergia Anisochaeta Anisothrix Antennaria Antithrixia Argyrotegium Arrowsmithia Artemisiopsis...
- blue pupil spots on its dorsal hindwing. Caterpillars are found mainly on Ammobium alatum. The American painted lady (V. virginiensis) is most easily distinguishable...
- limestone brittle-moss (Orthotrichum cu****tum) are rare. The Y**** daisy (Ammobium craspedioides) is listed as vulnerable under the Threatened Species Conservation...
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