Definition of Liverleaf. Meaning of Liverleaf. Synonyms of Liverleaf

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Definition of Liverleaf

Liverleaf
Liverleaf Liv"er*leaf`, n. (Bot.) Same as Liverwort.

Meaning of Liverleaf from wikipedia

- Hepatica nobilis, liverleaf, is a small herbaceous perennial in the buttercup family. It is native to the eastern United States and to central and eastern...
- Pyrola asarifolia, commonly known as liverleaf wintergreen, bog wintergreen or pink wintergreen, is a plant species of the genus Pyrola native to western...
- Hepatica (hepatica, liverleaf, or liverwort) is a genus of herbaceous perennials in the buttercup family, native to central and northern Europe, Asia...
- acuta Anemone hepatica var. ****onica – Asian liverleaf Anemone hepatica var. transylvanica Asian liverleaf (Anemone hepatica var. ****onica) Like other...
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- cress (Cardamine pratensis), yellow marsh marigold (Caltha palustris), liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) Boreal-Arctic species: bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)...
- butterflies—35% of Romanian butterfly species) and plant species (a rare Liverleaf variety, Transylvanian Windgr****) that are found there. A number of routes...
- (a type of bryophyte). Also, plants that resemble the liverworts; as, liverleaf (Hepatica). Lousewort - Pedicularis canadensis. ****scomb; head betony;...
- forest there are also extensive beech woods and mixed beech forests. The liverleaf and spring vetch grow here, the only place they occur in the Bavarian...
- acutiloba – sharp-lobed hepatica, sharp-lobed liverleaf N Anemone americana – round-lobed hepatica, American liverleaf X Anemone blanda N Anemone canadensis –...
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