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- Fe. Leaves and fruits Sauropus androgynus Sauropus androgynus Under its currently accepted name of Sauropus androgynus (from its basionym Clutia androgyna)...
- common name star gooseberry actually refers to two distinct species of plant: Phyllanthus acidus, the Otaheite gooseberry Sauropus androgynus, the katuk...
- and Saxifraga species. Gnophos obfuscata obfuscata Gnophos obfuscata androgynus Reisser, 1936 Gnophos obfuscata marsicaria Dannehl, 1933 Gnophos obfuscata...
- paradoxical aggravation of cerebral vasospasm. Papaverine in the plant Sauropus androgynus is linked to bronchiolitis obliterans. Papaverine is available as a conjugate...
- Sweetleaf may refer to: Sauropus androgynus, a plant of the family Phyllanthaceae whose leaves may be used as a potherb Stevia, a genus of plants in the...
- The ingestion of large doses of papaverine in the vegetable Sauropus androgynus has caused it. Additionally, the disorder may be idiopathic (without known...
- Hepialus brunnescens Lempke, 1938 Hepialus pauper Lempke, 1938 Hepialus androgynus Agenjo, 1942 Hepialus pardoi Agenjo, 1942 Hepialus alfaroi Agenjo, 1942...
- rhubarb Rumex acetosa, sorrel Rumex scutatus, shield-leaf sorrel Sauropus androgynus, katuk Scorzonera hispanica, black salsify Sium sisarum, skirret Smallanthus...
- 295. Livy 27.11 (using the term androgynus); Rosenberger, "Republican nobiles," p. 297. Julius Obsequens 27a (androgynus); Rosenberger, "Republican nobiles...
- black scales. The hindwings are pale grey. The larvae feed on Sauropus androgynus. Young larvae feed in a tunnel made under the epidermis of a young stem...
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