Definition of Amorpha. Meaning of Amorpha. Synonyms of Amorpha

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Definition of Amorpha

Amorpha
Amorpha A*mor"pha, n.; pl. Amorphas. [Gr. ? shapeless.] (Bot.) A genus of leguminous shrubs, having long clusters of purple flowers; false or bastard indigo. --Longfellow.

Meaning of Amorpha from wikipedia

- Amorpha is a monotypic moth genus in the family Sphingidae erected by Jacob Hübner in 1809. Its only species, Amorpha juglandis, the walnut sphinx, was...
- Amorpha perforata Schkuhr Amorpha rabiae Lex. Amorpha retusa Raf. Amorpha sensitiva Voss Amorpha tenesseensis Schult. Amorpha tomentosa Raf. Amorpha verrucosa...
- Amorpha canescens, known as leadplant, downy indigo bush, prairie shoestring, or buffalo bellows, is a small, perennial semi-shrub in the pea family (Fabaceae)...
- Amorpha fruticosa is a species of flowering plant in the legume family (Fabaceae) known by several common names, including desert false indigo, false...
- Amorpha may refer to: Amorpha, a plant genus in the family Fabaceae Amorpha (moth), a moth genus in the family Sphingidae...
- Amorpha nana (dwarf indigo, dwarf indigobush, dwarf false indigo, fragrant indigo-bush, fragrant false indigo, dwarf wild indigo) is a 1–3-foot (30–91 cm)...
- Amorpha californica is a species of flowering plant in the legume family known by the common name California false indigo. It is native to California...
- False indigo is a common name for several plants related to indigo; it may refer to: Amorpha, particularly Amorpha fruticosa Baptisia Indigo bush...
- Dichelopa amorpha is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found on the Marquesas Archipelago in French Polynesia. tortricidae.com...
- Dichomeris amorpha is a moth in the family Gelechiidae. It was described by Meyrick in 1937. It is found in South Africa. Beccaloni, G.; Scoble, M.; Kitching...
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