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- Vaccinium parvifolium, the red huckleberry, is a species of Vaccinium native to western North America, where it is common in forests from southeastern...
- Myoporum parvifolium, commonly known as creeping boobialla, creeping myoporum, dwarf native myrtle or small leaved myoporum is a plant in the figwort...
- Xanthophyllum parvifolium is a tree in the family Polygalaceae. The specific epithet parvifolium is from the Latin meaning "small leaves". Xanthophyllum...
- Leptospermum parvifolium, commonly known as lemon-scented tea-tree, is a species of shrub that is endemic to eastern Australia. It has thin, rough bark...
- Aspido**** parvifolium is a timber tree native to Brazil, which is typical of Atlantic Forest, Cerrado, Caatinga, and Pantanal vegetation. This plant...
- Prasophyllum parvifolium, commonly known as the autumn l**** orchid, is a species of orchid endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is a common...
- Eriogonum parvifolium is a species in the family Polygonaceae that occurs on dune formations in the coastal area of Central and Southern California. This...
- Solanum muricatum var. papillosistylum Bitter Solanum muricatum var. parvifolium ****h Solanum muricatum var. popayanum Bitter Solanum muricatum var....
- Spyridium parvifolium (Dusty Miller) is a shrub in the family Rhamnaceae, endemic to South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales in Australia...
- Scaphopetalum parvifolium is a species of plant in the family Malvaceae. It is endemic to Nigeria. It is threatened by habitat loss. World Conservation...
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