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- Tetragonia tetragonoides, commonly called New Zealand spinach and other local names, is a flowering plant in the fig-marigold family (Aizoaceae). It is...
- Tetragonia is a genus of about 85 species of flowering plants in the family Aizoaceae, native to temperate and subtropical regions mostly of the Southern...
- referencing the square shape of the Tetragonias skull when viewed dorsally. Not to be confused with Tetragonia, Tetragonias were dicynodont anomodonts discovered...
- Tetragonia moorei is a member of the genus Tetragonia and is endemic to Australia. The annual herb has a prostrate to erect habit that typically grows...
- Tetragonia implexicoma, commonly known as bower spinach, is a species of plant in the Aizoaceae, or ice-plant family. A similar species is Tetragonia...
- Tetragonia de****bens (dune spinach or sea spinach) is a coastal shrub, native to southern Africa. It grows as a trailing undershrub with thick, pale, furry...
- Cercopimorpha tetragonia is a moth of the subfamily Arctiinae. It was described by George Hampson in 1898. It is found in Venezuela. Savela, Markku. "Cercopimorpha...
- Tetragonia cristata is a member of the genus Tetragonia endemic to Australia. The annual herb has a prostrate habit and typically grows to a height of...
- Tetragonia nigrescens is a plant native to southern Africa. The prostrate herb blooms in September producing yellow flowers and grows well in sandy soils...
- Tetragonia coronata is a member of the genus Tetragonia and is endemic to Australia. The annual herb has a de****bent habit. It blooms in July producing...