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Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico

Louis Otho Williams

Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico

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Published by Field Museum of Natural History in [Chicago] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Eplingia.,
    • Eplingia saxicola.,
    • Botany -- Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      Caption title.

      Statement[by] Louis O. Williams.
      SeriesFieldiana: botany,, v. 36, no. 3, [Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago] Publication, 1159, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ;, 1159.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK1 .F4 vol. 36, no. 3, QK495.L15 .F4 vol. 36, no. 3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination17-20 p.
      Number of Pages20
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5312874M
      LC Control Number72097566

      TWO NEW SPECIES OF CENTROLENELLA, WITH A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE GENUS IN PERU AND BOLIVIA DAVID C. CANNATELLA AND WILLiAM E. DUELLMAN ABSTRACT: Ten species of centrolenid frogs of the genus Centrolenella are recorded from Per6 and Bolivia. Two species are named as new-C. pluvialis and C. phenax, both from cloud. A new epigean species of the genus Anelpistina (Insecta: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) from Sierra de El Abra, Taninul, Mexico Luis ESPINASA 1*, Nicole D. BARTOLO 2 & Solomon SLOAT 3 1, 2, 3 School of Science, Marist College, North Road, Poughkeepsie, NY , U.S.A. * Corresponding author: [email protected] Elsholtzia Willd., a genus with ca. 40 species in the family Lamiaceae, is mainly distributed in China (Xi-wen and Hedge, ). There have been only two studies of the genus in Thailand. In the first, Craib () describes E. winitiana from Doi Sutep, Chiang Mai as a new species. In the second, The Forest Herbarium () lists. SHIRLEY A. GRAHAM, CURATOR. MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN. Shaw Boulevard. SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI () x email: @ June, FIELD OF STUDY Systematics and evolution of the flowering plants, specializing in the plant family Lythraceae, the.


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Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico by Louis Otho Williams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico. [Chicago] Field Museum of Natural History, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Louis O Williams.

book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Williams, Louis Otho, Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico. [Chicago] Field Museum of Natural History, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Louis O Williams.

Title. Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico. Related Titles. Series: Fieldiana. Botany ; v. 36, no. 3 Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural. The Lamiaceae (/ ˌ l eɪ m i ˈ eɪ s i aɪ,-iː / LAY-mee-AY-see-e(y)e) or Labiatae are a family of flowering plants commonly known as the mint or deadnettle or sage family.

Many of the plants are aromatic in all parts and include widely used culinary herbs like basil, mentha, rosemary, sage, savory, marjoram, oregano, hyssop, thyme, lavender, and species are shrubs, Clade: Angiosperms.

Salvia guaneorum (Labiatae), a new species from the Chicamocha Canyon, Colombia. according to the most recent inventory of the vascular plants in Mexico, Salvia is the most speciose genus of.

A list of all accepted names in Lamiaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Lamiaceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera. The Plant List inclu scientific plant names of species rank for the family Lamiaceae.

Of these 7, are accepted species names. Trichostema (Lamiaceae) is a North American genus comprising five sections and 18 species. Phylogenetic relationships were inferred using DNA sequences (ITS. A New Eplingia ofSalvia (Lamiaceae) from the Sierra de Los Tuxtlas, Mexico T. Ramamoorthy 1 Plant Systematics and Evolution volumepages – ( Cited by:   "Medicinal uses of Tulsi, Holy Basil" (Ocimum tenuiflorum or sanctum) for Digestion and more - Duration: Medicinal plants Recommended for you.

Family Lamiaceae (LABIATAE) - characters,economic importance, pattern in species and reproduction through Floral formula and floral diagram in mint family.

Abstract. Trees, shrubs, subshrubs or perennial or annual herbs, rarely climbers, aromatic or not. Roots rarely tuberous. Stems often quadrangular, erect to prostrate, somtimes forming usually present, of glandular, rarely scale-like, usually multicellular-uniseriate, simple, branched, dendroid or stellate, sometimes gland-tipped, large-headed subsessile glands rarely absent.

New Phytol. () 69, — A TAXONOMIC STUDY OF LABIATAE AND RELATED GENERA BY A. EL-GAZZAR* AND L. WATSONt Botany Department, Southampton A new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico book (Received 25 July ) CONTENTS SUMMARY INTRODUCTION MATERIALS AND METHODS.

OBSERVATIONS Habit The leaves. Foliar hairs Stomata Stem anatomy The Cited by: A new species of Bouvardia (Rubiaceae) from Baja California, Mexico [Carter, Annetta] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A new species of Bouvardia (Rubiaceae) from Baja California, MexicoAuthor: Annetta Carter.

Agastache scrophularifolia (Willd.) Kuntze Show image: small large DSC Date Collected: 7/25/ Collector(s): S. Leonard Collector number: Where Collected: NORTH CAROLINA: Cabarrus Co.: mile west of intersection of Hwy.

49 and Cold Springs Road on Hwy. Habitat: Weedy lake margin. Agustache foeniculum (Pursh) Kuntze Show image:. These perennial members of the Mint Family are found in the northern parts of the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico. Both do best with morning sun and afternoon shade, as well as good drainage.

Their terminal whorls of blooms in mid- to late-spring attract butterflies and hummingbirds. The oregano-scented leaves have culinary applications.

A new conifer, Austrohamia minuta, gen. et sp. nov., from the Jurassic of Chubut province, Argentina, is described and proposed as the type species of a new genus of the Cupressaceae s.l. The material consists of impressions represented by well-preserved leafy twigs and branches as well as ovulate and pollen by: A Review of the Genus Monarda (Labiaetae) [Elizabeth McClintock and Carl Epling] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Elizabeth McClintock and Carl Epling.

INTRODUCTION. Lamiaceae or Labiatae, also called as the mint family, is a family of flowering plants.

It had traditionally been considered closely related to Verbenaceae (Harley et al., ), but in the s, phylogenetic studies showed that many genera classified in Verbenaceae belong instead in Lamiaceae (Cantino et al., ; Wagstaff et al., ). Labiatae A family of herbs or low shrubs, comprising a natural group, whose members have quadrangular stems and simple leaves without stipules in opposite pairs.

Commonly there are apparently whorled spikes of flowers; actually branched cymes are borne in the axils of opposite pairs of bracts but are usually very condensed. The flowers are strongly irregular, with a 5. Full text of "Genus Labordia. Hawaiian Euphorbiaceae, Labiatae and Compositae" See other formats.

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The Asteridae Family Overview - Lamiales Lamiaceae (Labiatae) - the Mint Family. Diversity: Herbs and shrubs that, like the Apiaceae, shows a center of diversity in the Mediterranean basin and a tendency to produce volatileof the ca.

genera and ca. 3, species, many are used as herbs and spices for cooking. Clethra (Clethraceae) Section Cuellaria in Mexico: Taxonomy, Ecology and Biogeography, Volume 2 Luz Maria Gonzalez-Villarreal University of Wisconsin--Madison, - pages.

Description of a new leech species of Helobdella (Clitellata: Glossiphoniidae) from Mexico with a review of Mexican congeners and a taxonomic key.

Salas-Montiel R(1), Phillips AJ(2), De Leon GP(3), Oceguera-Figueroa A(4). Author information: (1)Laboratorio de Helmintología "Eduardo Caballero y Caballero". Instituto de Biología, Universidad Cited by: 8.

Lamiaceae (Labiatae) The Lamiaceae are mostly herbs or shrubs comprising about genera and 3, species, commonly with aromatic, herbage, quadrangular stems, and verticillate inflorescences. The leaves are opposite or whorled, and are simple or occasionally pinnately compound; stipules are absent.

The flowers are bisexual and zygomorphic. Statistics. The Plant List includes 23 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 1 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further 20 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.

These are primarily included because names of species rank are. Medicinally Potential Plants of Labiatae (Lamiaceae) Family: An Overview Author: R. Ramasubramania Raja Subject: Research Journal of Medicinal Plant Keywords: Labiatae, tulsi, coleus, spearmint, aromatic Created Date: 1/10/ AM. A new genus of wolf spiders from Mexico and Southern United States, with description of a new species from Texas (Araneae: Lycosidae) Género nuevo de arañas lobo de México y sur de Estados Unidos, y descripción de una especie nueva de Texas (Araneae: Lycosidae) Charles D.

Dondale¹, Maria-Luisa Jiménez²* y Gisela Nieto². Mexicans regain their traditional taste for eating insects as chefs put bugs back on the menu. Laelia, genus of orchids (family Orchidaceae), containing about 25 species of plants with attractively coloured flowers.

The plants are found in semitropical and temperate areas of Central America and Mexico. Many species have been crossed with Cattleya and other genera to produce hybrid orchids for the commercial flower trade. Hippia packardii (Morrison) and Hippia insularis (Grote) are moved to the genus Elasmia Möschler as comb.

Elasmia cave Metzler, sp. is described from New Mexico and Texas, and Elasmia mandela santaana Metzler & Knudson, ssp. is described from Texas and Oklahoma. A key to the species of Elasmia of southwestern U.S. is provided.

Adult male and female moths of Cited by: 2. RECENSION OF THE MEXICAN SPECIES OF SECTION. ULIGINOSAE. SALVIA (LAMIACEAE) B.

Turner. Plant Resources Center. The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, Texas [email protected] ABSTRACT. Salvia sect. Uliginosae of Mexico is treated as having 28 species, five of these described as new: Salvia chazaroana B.L.

The goal of this project is to produce a working infraordinal classification of the Lamiales to genus with information on distribution and species richness.

All recognized taxa will be clades; adherence to Linnaean ranks is optional. This article is from ctAbstractHippia packardii (Morrison) and Hippia insularis (Grote) are moved to the genus Elasmia Möschler as comb.

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