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  • ...lorataxon.aspx?flora_id=1&taxon_id=102484 | title = Arctium | work = Flora of North America | accessdate =January 4, 2008}}</ref> [[File:Burdock Hooks.jpg|thumb|right|Hooked [[bur|burrs]] of the burdock plant]]
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  • ...]], bearing the [[pome|pomaceous]] fruit of the same name. Several species of pear are valued for their edible fruit and juices while others are cultivat ...to Greek ''apios'' (from Mycenaean ''ápisos''),<ref>{{OEtymD|pear}}</ref> of Semitic origin (''pirâ''), meaning "fruit". The adjective ''[[wikt:pyrifor
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  • ...tion=1885 illustration<ref>illustration from Prof. Dr. Otto Wilhelm Thomé Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz 1885, Gera, Germany</ref> ...115. 1893. ]</ref><ref>[http://bie.ala.org.au/species/Berula+erecta Atlas of Living Australia]</ref>
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  • ...]</ref><ref>[http://bonap.net/MapGallery/County/Cyperus%20fuscus.png Biota of North America Program, 2013 county distribution map]</ref> ...n [[achene]] about a millimeter long. In the UK, ''Cyperus fuscus'' is one of 101 species named as a priority for conservation by the conservation charit
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  • [[File:Elodea nuttallii-female flower.jpg|thumb|Female flower of Elodea nuttallii]] ...name=BSBI07>{{cite web |title=BSBI List 2007 |publisher=Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland |url=http://www.bsbi.org.uk/BSBIList2007.xls |format=xl
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  • ...org/flora/taxa/index1.php?scientific-name=cirsium+heterophyllum Altervista Flora Italiana, Cardo con foglie variabili, Melancholy Thistle, ''Cirsium heterop ...lowers of Britain and Ireland: The Complete Guide to the British and Irish Flora.|publisher=A & C Black|location=London|isbn=978-1408179505|page=290}}</ref>
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  • '''''Blidingia minima''''' is a species of [[seaweed]] in the [[Kornmanniaceae]] family. It was described by [[Johann ...ture of the Zoospores and Thallus of Blidingia minima|journal=Transactions of the American Microscopical Society|volume=97 | issue = 4|date=October 1978|
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  • ...wers develop distinctive white bristle-like seed-heads that resemble tufts of [[cotton]]; combined with its ecological suitability to [[bog]], these char ...e County Flower of [[Greater Manchester]], as part of its [[county flowers of the United Kingdom|British County Flowers campaign]].
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  • ...ce's Flower' after Prince Charles Edward Stuart who sowed it on the Island of Eriskay,Scotland, when he landed there in 1745 to lead the Jacobite rising. ...cotland]] and [[Northern Ireland]]. It is also widespread around the coast of [[Ireland]]<ref>{{cite web
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  • | image_alt = Photograph of elongated red flowers ...nthaceae of Australia. Part i. From the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 1922, Vol. xlvii., Part 1, 29 March 1922.</ref>
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  • ...2017}}</ref><ref name=blamey>Blamey, M. & Grey-Wilson, C. (1989). ''Flora of Britain and Northern Europe''. {{ISBN|0-340-40170-2}}</ref><ref name=bean>B ...ean/><ref name=fnwe>Flora of Northwest Europe: [http://ip30.eti.uva.nl/BIS/flora.php?selected=beschrijving&menuentry=soorten&id=3568 ''Ligustrum vulgare'']{
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  • ...naka | first2=Nguyen | last2=Van Ke | date=2007 | title=Edible Wild Plants of Vietnam: The Bountiful Garden | publisher=Thailand: Orchid Press | isbn=974 ...en as a [[boiled greens|boiled green]] or as a [[vegetable]] in many parts of the world.
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  • ...monograph of the genus Nymphaea|year=1991|publisher=Lark|location=Suffolk, England|isbn=0948697172|edition=[Faks.-Ausg. d. Erstausg. von 1905]}}</ref> ...and substropical species that establishes [[tuber]]s in the muddy bottoms of still waters; its leaves are round, and grow up to 75&nbsp;cm in diameter,
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  • ...5 | ''Prasophyllum transversum''}}</ref> are used by the [[World Checklist of Selected Plant Families]]. ...irst1=Jeff|title=''Corunastylis nuda''|url=https://vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au/flora/taxon/5e43eca6-9b33-4e90-9ee5-f45bcbe8d7dc|publisher=Roya Botanic Gardens V
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  • ...used with [[silverweed]], often grows in crushed masonry in the [[South of England]]. The [[grizzled skipper]] butterfly favors the plant. ...sed in Anglo-Saxon medicine for wound healing formulations in 10th century England |journal=J Ethnopharmacol |volume=144 |issue=2 |pages=408–15 |date=Novemb
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  • ...blisher=Natural England|accessdate= 18 February 2018}}</ref> is a plant of the family [[Polygalaceae]]. A European native it grows on chalky grass lan ...09 it featured on a first class [[Royal Mail]] stamp in the series "[[List of British postage stamps#2009|Endangered Plants]]".<ref>[http://www.royalmail
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  • ...lished in ''A Manual of the botany of the Northern United States: from New England to Wisconsin and south to Ohio and Pennsylvania inclusive, (the mosses and ...at Lakes region]], and eastern [[Canada]]. The [[Botanical name#Components of plant names|specific epithet]] ''kalmii'' refers to its discoverer [[Pehr K
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  • |image_caption = Flowers of ''Myrrhis odorata'' at the [[Giardino Botanico Alpino Chanousia]] ...elonging to the celery [[family (biology)|family]] [[Apiaceae]]. It is one of two accepted [[species]] in the genus '''''Myrrhis'''''.<ref name=PlantList
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  • ...name=BSBI07>{{cite web |title=BSBI List 2007 |publisher=Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland |url=http://www.bsbi.org.uk/BSBIList2007.xls |format=xl ...wer]]s are small and green, produced in a branched [[panicle]] at the apex of the stem.
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  • ...thor2=Brian Anthony Whittle|author3=Philip Robson|title=The Medicinal Uses of Cannabis and Cannabinoids|year=2004|publisher=Pharmaceutical Press|isbn=978 ...ist.aspx?category=species&type=genus&value=Cannabis&id=2034 |title=Species of ''Cannabis'' |website=GRIN Taxonomy |accessdate=13 February 2017}}</ref> Th
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  • '''''Thymus herba-barona''''' is a [[species]] of [[thyme]] native to [[Corsica]], [[Sardinia]], and [[Majorca]]. It is also ...g, lanceolate, dark glossy green and hairy. The foliage has a strong aroma of caraway. The [[flower]]s are pink with four petals and a prominent lower li
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  • ...or '''garden parsley''' ('''''[[Petroselinum]] crispum''''') is a species of [[flowering plant]] in the family [[Apiaceae]], native to the central [[Med ...ant|biennial]], in the first year, it forms a [[Rosette (botany)|rosette]] of [[tripinnate]] leaves {{convert|10|–|25|cm|abbr=on}} long with numerous {
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  • ...me=Huxley>{{cite book|editor=Huxley, A.|year=1992|title=New RHS Dictionary of Gardening|publisher=Macmillan}}</ref> Further DNA analysis has shown that a ...ses|Old Rose]], and also important for its prominent place in the pedigree of many other types.
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  • ...s of [[flowering plant]] in the family [[Papaveraceae]]. It is the species of plant from which [[opium]] and [[poppy seed]]s are derived and is a valuabl ...24033330 |accessdate=7 January 2018 }}</ref> A comparatively small amount of ''Papaver somniferum'' is also produced commercially for ornamental purpose
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  • {{short description|species of plant}} ...theplantlist.org/tpl/record/gcc-95372|title=The Plant List: A Working List of all Plant Species}}</ref>
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  • {{short description|type of wood}} ...lene|last2=Page|first2=Tony|date=2018-03-20|title=History of Use and Trade of Agarwood|url=https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12231-018-9408-4|jo
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  • ...heplantlist.org/tpl/record/gcc-123521|title=The Plant List: A Working List of all Plant Species}}</ref> ...http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=1&taxon_id=242304354 Flora of North America Vol. 19, 20 and 21 Page 522 Southernwood, lad’s love, old m
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  • |image_caption = Flowers and leaves of ''E. globulus''. ...nia|King Island]] and [[Flinders Island]] in Bass Strait and on the summit of the [[You Yangs]] near [[Geelong]].
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