Definition of Trochetiopsis. Meaning of Trochetiopsis. Synonyms of Trochetiopsis

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Meaning of Trochetiopsis from wikipedia

- hybrid: Trochetiopsis erythroxylon. Extinct in the wild Trochetiopsis ebenus. The St Helena ebony (critically endangered in the wild). Trochetiopsis melanoxylon...
- Helena redwood (Trochetiopsis erythroxylon) and a hybrid between them (Trochetiopsis × benjamini) is also now often planted. Trochetiopsis ebenus has staminodes...
- Trochetiopsis melanoxylon, the dwarf ebony or St Helena ebony, of the island of Saint Helena is related to Trochetiopsis ebenus but is now extinct in the...
- in the same genus as the Saint Helena ebony (Trochetiopsis ebenus) and a hybrid between them (Trochetiopsis × benjamini) is now often planted on the island...
- include the closely related St Helena redwood (Trochetiopsis erythroxylon) and St Helena dwarf ebony (Trochetiopsis ebenus). These are unrelated to the redwood...
- Queensland Ebony (Diospyros humilis) Red-fruited Ebony (Diospyros mabacea) Trochetiopsis ebenus or St Helena ebony, dark coloured wood used for local inlay work...
- Senecio leucopeplus Sophora toromiro, Toromiro Terminalia a****inata Trochetiopsis erythroxylon, St Helena redwood Subspecies Clermontia peleana subsp...
- either in doubt or synonyms of other plants. The similar Atlantic genus Trochetiopsis was until 1981 included herein but actually Helmiopsis might be a closer...
- khasiana Streblorrhiza speciosa Trilepidea adamsii, Adams mistletoe Trochetiopsis melanoxylon, St Helena ebony tree Valerianella affinis Vernonia sec****ensis...
- Ascension Island) Thamnea depressa (1900, South Africa: Cape Flora) Trochetiopsis melanoxylon (1771, Saint Helena) Vernonella africana (1900, South Africa)...
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