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- monospermus - mono**** - monospermum monspeliensis L from Montpellier Montpellier cistus, Cistus monspeliensis monspeliensis - monspessul**** - monspessulana...
- Cistus monspeliensis is a species of rockrose known by the common name Montpellier cistus. It is native to southern Europe and northern Africa, in the...
-  laurifolius × C. monspeliensis) Cistus × matritensis Carazo Roman & Jiménez Alb. Cistus × nigricans Pourr. (C. populifolius × C. monspeliensis) Cistus × novus...
- Polypogon monspeliensis, commonly known as annual beard-gr**** or annual rabbitsfoot gr****, is a species of gr****. It is native to southern Europe, but...
- C. monspeliensis may refer to: Cistus monspeliensis, the Montpelier cistus, a plant species native to southern Europe and northern Africa Coris monspeliensis...
- Coris monspeliensis, a plant species in the primrose family, has erect or ascending stems which are woody at the base and densely covered with foliage...
- is a genus of flowering plants with only one species, Aphyllanthes monspeliensis, endemic to the western Mediterranean region. It is the only genus in...
- Hedypnois hedypnois (L.) Linding. Hedypnois mauritanica Willd. Hedypnois monspeliensis Willd. Hedypnois pendula Willd. Hedypnois persica M.Bieb. Hedypnois...
- considered invasive species and noxious weeds, most notably Polypogon monspeliensis, the annual beard gr****. Species Polypogon × adscendens Guss. - Italy...
- Artemisia jussieana J.**** ex Besser, syn of subsp. glutinosa Artemisia monspeliensis Nyman, syn of subsp. glutinosa Artemisia viscosa DC., syn of subsp....
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