Definition of Linifolia. Meaning of Linifolia. Synonyms of Linifolia

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- Iberis linifolia is a herbaceous annual flowering plant of the genus Iberis and the family Br****icaceae. Biauricula dunalii Bubani Biauricula intermedia...
- Tulipa linifolia the flax-leaved tulip or Bokhara tulip is a species of flowering plant in the tulip genus Tulipa (Clusiana group), family Liliaceae,...
- subsp. spinescens, plains rice-flower or spiny rice-flower Pimelea linifolia ssp. linifolia, slender rice-flower or flax-leafed riceflower Ozothamnus diosmifolius...
- Baeckea linifolia (swamp baeckea, or weeping baeckea is a heathland shrub found in three Australian mainland states: New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria...
- Omphalodes linifolia, also known as Venus's navelwort, white-flower navelwort and petite bourrache, is an annual species of flowering plant native to...
- Pimelea linifolia, commonly known as slender rice flower is a common, variable shrub widespread throughout eastern Australia. It has narrow leaves arranged...
- Tagetes linifolia is a North American species wild marigolds within the daisy family (Asteraceae). It is native to the States of Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Oaxaca...
- Wahlenbergia linifolia, the large bellflower, is a species of plant in the family Campanulaceae. It is endemic to Saint Helena. Its natural habitat is...
- Oligomeris linifolia is a species of flowering plant in the small family Resedaceae known by the common name lineleaf whitepuff. It is native to parts...
- Coreopsis floridana E.B.Sm. Coreopsis helianthoides Beadle Coreopsis linifolia Nutt. Coreopsis longifolia Small Coreopsis oniscicarpa Fernald Coreopsis...
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