Definition of Muilla. Meaning of Muilla. Synonyms of Muilla

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- Calflora: Muilla coronata (Crowned muilla) Calflora: Muilla maritima (Sea muilla, Common muilla) Calflora: Muilla transmontana (Great basin muilla, Inland...
- Muilla maritima is a species of flowering plant known by the common names sea muilla and common muilla. It is native to California and Baja California...
- Muilla coronata is a species of flowering plant known by the common name crowned muilla. It is native to the deserts of eastern California and southern...
- Muilla transmontana is a species of flowering plant known by the common name Inland muilla. It is native to sections of the Great Basin in Nevada and in...
- Virginia stock, a po****r annual garden plant species Muilla maritima, the sea muilla and common muilla, a flowering plant species native to California Matricaria...
- species, which was named Muilla clevelandii for several decades, is not very closely related to the other members of Muilla and is moved back to Bloomeria...
- anagrams or other re-orderings of existing names. Thus the name of the genus Muilla is derived by reversing the name Allium. Names may also be derived from...
- Merwilla Speta Brodiaeoideae Milla Cav. (including Diphalangium) Brodiaeoideae Muilla S.Watson ex Benth. Lomandroideae Murchisonia Brittan Scilloideae Muscari...
- Brevoortia, Dipterostemon, Stropholirion) Milla Cav. (including Diphalangium) Muilla S.Watson ex Benth. Petronymphe H.E.Moore Triteleia Douglas ex Lindl. (including...
- Diego button celery (Eryngium aristulatum parishii), San Diego golden star (Muilla clevelandii), spreading navarretia (Navarretia fossalis), prostrate navarretia...
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