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- Rosa laevigata, the Cherokee rose, is a white, fragrant rose native to southern China and Taiwan south to Laos and Vietnam, and invasive in the United...
- Celtis laevigata is a medium-sized tree native to North America. Common names include sugarberry, Southern hackberry, or in the southern U.S. sugar hackberry...
- C. laevigata may refer to: Carex laevigata, a European sedge Celtis laevigata, sugarberry or southern hackberry, a North American tree Cephalaria laevigata...
- Linckia laevigata (sometimes called the "blue Linckia" or blue star) is a species of sea star in the shallow waters of tropical Indo-Pacific. The variation...
- Biscutella laevigata, the buckler-mustard, is a species of flowering plant in the family Br****icaceae. Biscutella laevigata varia Biscutella laevigata lucida...
- Echinacea laevigata, the smooth purple coneflower, is an Endangered Species Act federally listed endangered species of plant found in the piedmont of...
- Plantaginaceae. Digitalis laevigata subsp. graeca (Ivanina) Werner Digitalis laevigata subsp. laevigata Waldst. & Kit. Digitalis laevigata grows to about 70–90...
- Crataegus laevigata, known as the midland hawthorn, English hawthorn, woodland hawthorn or mayflower, is a species of hawthorn native to western and central...
- T. laevigata may refer to: Terebra laevigata, a sea snail species Turbinella laevigata, the Brazilian chank, a very large sea snail species found in Brazil...
- Atta laevigata (Smith, 1858) is one of about a dozen species of leafcutter ants in the genus Atta, found from Venezuela and south to Paraguay. This species...
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