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- Martynia is a monotypic genus in the Martyniaceae family consisting of a single species, Martynia annua L., which is commonly known as cat's claw, tiger's...
- Ibicella lutea (/aɪbɪˈsɛlə ˈljuːtiə/; syn. Martynia lutea, Proboscidea lutea) is a species of flowering plant known by the common name yellow unicorn-plant...
- the original (xls) on 2015-06-26. Retrieved 2014-10-17. Stephens, J. M. MartyniaProboscidea louisianica (Mill.) T****. HS624. Florida Cooperative Extension...
- meant to distinguish it from the annual Martynia annua, as the species was first placed in the genus Martynia. Gloxinia perennis has a raceme-like flowering...
- family Bignoniaceae Grevillea alpina, a shrub species native to Australia Martynia annua, a plant species endemic to Brazil Mimosa nuttallii (formerly Schrankia...
- because of their horned seed capsules. Craniolaria Holoregmia Ibicella Martynia Proboscidea Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2009). "An update of the Angiosperm...
- numerous insects on the glandular hairs covering the stems and leaves of Martynia annua, Proboscidea louisiana, Proboscidea parviflora, and Ibicella lutea...
- org:names:210338-2 Tropicos: 19900007 uBio: 5865505 WFO: wfo-0001078377 Martynia parviflora Wikidata: Q39250448 GBIF: 3172637 GRIN: 401404 IPNI: 153753-2...
- library of Lithuania on Gediminas Avenue in Vilnius Martyn (disambiguation) Martynia This page or section lists people that share the same given name. If an...
- botanical research garden in the Central African Republic Phyllanthaceae Bu Martynia John Martyn (1699–1768) Martyniaceae Ch Mascagnia Paolo Mascagni (1755–1815)...
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