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- Charles Littleleaf, a Native American flute player and flute maker, is a tribal member of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, Oregon. Charles is also...
- Tilia cordata (small-leaved lime, occasionally little-leaf or littleleaf linden or small-leaved linden or traditionally in English, the pry) is a species...
- Washington Rhus michauxii – Michaux's sumac Rhus microphylladesert sumac, littleleaf sumac Rhus ovatasugar sumac †Rhus republicensis Flynn, DeVore, & Pigg-Ypresian...
- Buxus microphylla, the ****anese box or littleleaf box, is a species of flowering plant in the box family found in ****an and Taiwan. It is a dwarf evergreen...
- huckleberry known by the common names grouse whortleberry, grouseberry, and littleleaf huckleberry. It is native to western North America, primarily in the Rockies...
- Philadelphus microphyllus is a species of Philadelphus known by the common name littleleaf mock-orange. It is native to northern Mexico and the southwestern quadrant...
- by several common names, including Pima rhatany, purple heather, and littleleaf rhatany. It is native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico...
- 1016/S0968-0896(01)00321-2. PMID 11814859. "Tilia cordata Small Leaved Lime, Littleleaf linden". PFAF Plant Database. "Tilia americana American B****wood, Carolina...
- Rhus microphylla, the littleleaf sumac, desert sumac, correosa, or agritos, is a species of sumac in the family Anacardiaceae, native to North America...
- death of a number of native tree species, including American chestnut, littleleaf disease of shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata), Christmas tree disease in...
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