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- Data related to Fridericia (plant) at Wikispecies Media related to Fridericia at Wikimedia Commons Arrabidaea at The Plant List Arrabidaea at Tropicos...
- portoricensis A. Stahl Arrabidaea acutifolia DC. Arrabidaea chica (Bonpl.) Verl. Arrabidaea chica var. acutifolia (DC.) Bureau Arrabidaea chica var. angustifolia...
- Chica may refer to: Arrabidaea chica, a plant Chica (dye), an orange-red dye Boca Chica, a beach Boca Chica Key, an island Javier Chica, a football player...
- Bignonia exserta DC. Adenocalymma elegans (Vell.) Mart. ex K. Schum. Arrabidaea elegans (Vell.) A.H. Gentry Phaedranthus extatus Miers Pseudocalymma elegans...
- Thunb., Pl. Bras. 3: 35. 1821. Synonyms Adenocalymma ocositense Donn.Sm. Arrabidaea schumanniana Huber Bignonia eximia Morong Bignonia noterophila DC. Bignonia...
- Paragonia, Periarrabidaea, Spathicalyx, and Ceratophytum into Tanaecium; Arrabidaea and Piriadacus into Fridericia; Clytostoma, Cydista, Macranthisiphon,...
- Aristolochia Aristotelia Armeria Armoracia Arnebia Arnica Aronia (chokeberry) Arrabidaea (See Saritaea) Arrhenatherum (oat gr****) Artanema Artabotrys Artemisia...
- Binomial name Bignonia sciuripabula (Bureau & K.Schum.) L.G.Lohmann Synonyms Arrabidaea sciuripabula K.Schum. Clytostoma itatiaiense J.C.Gomes Clytostoma sciuripabulum...
- rats and gerbils. It is found in plants including Grindelia argentina, Arrabidaea chica, Saussurea involucrate, Crossostephium chinense, Artemisia, and...
- siceraria); or to make dyes. (like "achiote" Bixa orellana and "carayurú" Arrabidaea chica, in order to paint the body); and a cane (Gynerium sagittatum),...
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