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Broader term:Narrower term:Used for:
  • Acanthales
  • Bignoniales
  • Byblidales
  • Carlemanniales
  • Gesneriales
  • Globulariales
  • Hippuridales
  • Jasminales
  • Lentibulariales
  • Ligustrales
  • Oleales
  • Pinguiculales
  • Plantaginales
  • Rhinanthales
  • Scrophulariales
  • Stilbales
  • Verbenales
Filed under: Lamiaceae -- IdentificationFiled under: Phyllostegia

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Filed under: Dicotyledons Filed under: Dicotyledons -- Polynesia Filed under: Cactus -- FranceFiled under: Cactus -- Periodicals Filed under: Cactus -- Seeds -- Catalogs Filed under: Compositae Filed under: Compositae -- Hawaii -- IdentificationFiled under: ArtemisiaFiled under: CrepisFiled under: DubautiaFiled under: Tetramolopium Filed under: Scaevola Filed under: Sugar beet Filed under: Sugar beet -- Periodicals Filed under: Quinoa Filed under: Cooking (Quinoa)Filed under: Portulacaceae Filed under: Rhododendrons -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Vaccinium Filed under: Blueberries Filed under: Blueberries -- Nova ScotiaFiled under: Cranberries Filed under: American chestnut -- Periodicals Filed under: Chestnut -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Oak
  • [Info] Journal Kept by David Douglas During His Travels in North America, 1823-1827, Together With a Particular Description of Thirty-Three Species of American Oaks and Eighteen Species of Pinus; With Appendices Containing a List of the Plants Introduced by Douglas and an Account of His Death in 1834 (London: W. Wesley and Son, 1914), by David Douglas, ed. by W. Wilks and H. R. Hutchinson
Filed under: Oak -- Breeding -- Periodicals Filed under: Oak -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Oak -- Periodicals Filed under: Furniture, Mission -- Design and construction Filed under: CinchonaFiled under: Coffee Filed under: Coffee -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Coffee -- Moral and ethical aspectsFiled under: Coprosma

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