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- Aa matthewsii is a species of orchid in the genus Aa. Grobler, Lourens (2005). "The Colombian Aa". Orchid Species. IOSPE. Retrieved 14 March 2014.[permanent...
- Mantura matthewsii is a species of Chrysomelidae family, that is common in Slovakia, Turkey. "Mantura matthewsii (Curtis, 1833)". NBN Gateway....
- Thelymitra matthewsii, commonly called the spiral sun orchid or spiral leaved sun orchid, is a species of orchid in the family Orchidaceae and native to...
- Macrohydnobius matthewsii is a species of round fungus beetle in the family Leiodidae. It is found in North America. "Macrohydnobius matthewsii Report". Integrated...
- The chestnut-breasted coronet (Boissonneaua matthewsii) is a species of hummingbird in the family Trochilidae. It is found in humid Andean montane forest...
- peduncularis trisecta Parritana jardinensis parritae Tasconia amazonica matthewsii mixta schlimiana Rathea andina harlingii colombiana Tasconiopsis bracteosa...
- Pinus matthewsii is an extinct species of conifer in the Pine family. The species is solely known from the Pliocene sediments exposed at Ch’ijee’s Bluff...
- this tundra, mammoths flourished instead. The extinct pine species Pinus matthewsii has been described from Pliocene sediments in the Yukon areas of the refugium...
- Loeseliastrum matthewsii is an annual herbaceous plant of the Polemoniaceae family known by the common name desert calico. It is native to the Mojave and...
- Dorcasina matthewsii is sometimes spelled "Dorcasina matthewsi". "Dorcasina matthewsii". GBIF. Retrieved 2018-05-06. "Dorcasina matthewsii species details"...
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