Definition of Lopseed. Meaning of Lopseed. Synonyms of Lopseed

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Definition of Lopseed

Lopseed
Lopseed Lop"seed`, n. (Bot.) A perennial herb (Phryma Leptostachya), having slender seedlike fruits.

Meaning of Lopseed from wikipedia

- Phryma leptostachya, or lopseed, is a perennial herb. of the genus Phryma, native to eastern North America (roughly, everywhere east of the Rocky Mountains)...
- southwestern Oregon south through most of California. It is a member of the lopseed family, Phrymaceae. It was formerly known as Mimulus aurantiacus. Diplacus...
- Glossostigma is a genus of flowering plants in the lopseed family, Phrymaceae. There are six accepted species: Glossostigma cleistanthum W.R.Barker Glossostigma...
- This page covers a group of dicotyledon families of the clade Superrosids. For the background to this list see parent article List of the vascular plants...
- Phrymaceae, also known as the lopseed family, is a small family of flowering plants in the order Lamiales. It has a nearly cosmopolitan distribution,...
- yellow and white monkeyflower, is a species of flowering plant in the lopseed family (Phrymaceae). It is endemic to California, United States. It was...
- recently described Mazaceae. It had formerly been tentatively included in the lopseed family, Phrymaceae as well as the Scrophulariaceae. Lancea species include:...
- Erythranthe primuloides is a Western United States perennial plant in the lopseed family (Phrymaceae), known by the common name primrose monkeyflower. It...
- campion, tall bellflower, spiderworts, white avens, white tick trefoil, lopseed, pale-spiked lobelia, Ruellia (wild petunia), pale Indian plantain and...
- miniature monkeyflower, is an annual flowering plant in the family Phrymaceae (Lopseed). It was formerly known as Mimulus suksdorfii. A specimen collected in...
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