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- Macroptilium atropurpureum, commonly referred to as purple bush-bean, or siratro is a perennial legume recognized by its climbing, dense, green vines...
- pseudoplat**** L. Distribution map Synonyms Acer abchasi**** Rupr. (1869) Acer atropurpureum Dippel (1892) Acer bohemi**** C.Presl ex Opiz. (1852) (invalid name)...
- Colchi**** atropurpureum is a small flowered Colchi**** which has blooms that open pink and then turn to a darker shade of red-purple. This plant is often...
- Solanum atropurpureum, commonly known as malevolence, purple devil and the five-minute plant, is a perennial herbaceous plant native to Brazil. S. atropurpureum...
- are T. purpureum Kinn ex Elliott and T. atropurpureum Raf.. The specific epithets purpureum and atropurpureum translate to "reddish-purple" and "dark-purple...
- Allium atropurpureum is a plant species native to Hungary, the Balkans, and Turkey. It is widely grown as an ornamental for its rich, deep purple flowers...
- Mucuna pruriens is a tropical legume native to Africa and tropical Asia and widely naturalized and cultivated. Its English common names include monkey...
- with bronze-green summer foliage 'Atropurpureum' ; wine-red, including new branches (see 'Dissectum Atropurpureum'); original cultivar lost and diluted...
- Geoglossum atropurpureum is a species of earthtongue fungus. It was originally described by August Batsch as Clavaria atropurpurea in 1783. Christian...
- Dipodium atropurpureum, commonly known as the purple hyacinth orchid, is a mostly leafless mycoheterotrophic orchid that is endemic to New South Wales...