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Glyphaea

Glyphaea is a genus of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae, subfamily Grewioideae, it was previously placed in the Tiliaceae or Sparrmanniaceae. It contains the following species: Glyphaea brevis. (Glyphaea Бревис) Glyphaea tomentosa. (Glypha ...

Grielum

Grielum is a genus of four accepted species of plants in the family Neuradaceae. They are low-growing annual herbs endemic to dry regions, mainly in Western South Africa and Namibia.

Guichenotia ledifolia

Guichenotia ledifolia is a small shrub species in the family Malvaceae. It is endemic to Western Australia. Plants grow to between 0.4 and 1.5 metres high, and produce blue-purple or pink flowers from July to October in the species native range. ...

Guichenotia macrantha

Guichenotia macrantha, commonly known as large-flowered guichenotia, is a shrub in the family Malvaceae. It is endemic to Western Australia. Plants grow to between 0.2 and 1.5 metres high, and produce blue-purple or pink flowers from May to Septe ...

Gyranthera

Gyranthera is a genus of tropical trees of South America and Central America in the family Malvaceae. There are 3 types. Gyranthera caribensis is a tall up to 60 meters, straightened tree, which grows in the Cordillera De La Costa montane forests ...

Halimium

Halimium is a genus of 12 species of evergreen or semi-evergreen subshrubs in the family Cistaceae, closely related to Cistus. They are native to Europe, North Africa and Asia Minor, with the centre of diversity in the western Mediterranean regio ...

Helianthemum apenninum

Helianthemum apenninum, the white rock-rose, is a white-flowering rock rose found in dry grassy and rocky places across large parts of Europe. Helianthemum apenninum flowers from March to July and can grow up to 50 cm tall. The flowers are pentam ...

Helianthemum canadense

Helianthemum canadense or Crocanthemum canadense is a species of rock-rose, native to eastern North America.

Helianthemum oelandicum

The plant typically has a central stock from which numerous branches radiate horizontally or ascending. Stipules are absent and the small leaves about 10mm long are simple and green above but densely hairy and grey below which is a distinguishing ...

Helianthemum squamatum

Helianthemum squamatum is the only known species able to extract water of crystallization from rock and is able to derive up to 90% of its fluid requirements from gypsum using this process. Comparison of the isotopic composition of plant juice wi ...

Herrania mariae

Herrania mariae is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae. It is native to South America - Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Brazil. The fruits are locally used as food.

Hibiscus lasiocarpos

Hibiscus lasiocarpos is a species of hibiscus known by the common name hairy-fruited hibiscus. It is also one of several hibiscus called rosemallow. It is native to much of the southeastern United States, as well as parts of California and northe ...

Hibiscus radiatus

Hibiscus radiatus is native to southern and southeast Asia. It has 15 cm mauve flowers that have a purple center and yellow anthers. Leaves are dentate, with upper leaves lobed into three, five, or seven parts. Leaves are mistaken as marijuana, b ...

Huberodendron

Huberodendron is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bombacaceae. It contains the following species: Huberodendron patinoi. (Patinoi Huberodendron) Huberodendron swietenioides. (Swietenioides Huberodendron) Huberodendron ingens. (Ingens Hub ...

Lasiopetalum floribundum

Lasiopetalum floribundum, commonly known as the free flowering lasiopetalum, is a species of shrub which is endemic to Western Australia. The plant was first described by George Bentham in 1863. It grows as a spreading shrub 0.3-3 m 0.98 to 9.84 ...

Lasiopetalum maxwellii

Lasiopetalum maxwellii is a species of shrub which is endemic to the Esperance Plains of Western Australia. The flowers appear spring and late summer, these are cream or white. It has a sprawling habit, reaching heights between 0.25 – 0.6 metres, ...

Luehea

Luehea cymulosa Spruce ex Benth. Luehea steinbachii Burret. (Luehea Буррет steinbachii) Luehea divaricata Mart. (Luehea divaricata март) Luehea herzogiana R.E.Fr. Luehea ochrophylla Mart. (Luehea ochrophylla март) Luehea candicans Mart. (Luehea c ...

Muntingiaceae

The Muntingiaceae are a family of flowering plants, belonging to the rosid order Malvales. The family consists of three genera: Dicraspidia, Muntingia, and Neotessmannia, each with a single species. They are woody plants of the tropical regions o ...

Neuradaceae

The Neuradaceae are a family of flowering plant, comprising three genera - Grielum, Neurada and Neuradopsis - totalling ten known species. These genera were previously placed in the order Rosales, and in one case even in the family Rosaceae, but ...

Pakaraimaea

Pakaraimaea is a genus of trees in the family Cistaceae. The genus contains a single species, Pakaraimaea dipterocarpacea, from South America. The species occurs in the Western mountain area of Guyana, and in the neighboring state of Bolivar in V ...

Patinoa

Currently recognized species in Patinoa are: Patinoa almirajo Cuatrec. (Almirajo Patinoa Cuatrec) Patinoa paraensis Huber Cuatrec. Patinoa ichthyotoxica R.E. Schult. & Cuatrec. Patinoa sphaerocarpa Cuatrec. (Sphaerocarpa Patinoa Cuatrec)

Pentace

There are approximately 34 species in this genus, including: Pentace strychnoidea. Pentace grandiflora. (Крупноцветковая Pentace) Pentace microlepidota. Pentace exima. (Pentace Эксима) Pentace acuta. (Pentace острая) Pentace curtisii. (Curtisii P ...

Pentaplaris

Pentaplaris is a genus of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae. It contains the following species: Pentaplaris doroteae. Pentaplaris huaoranica. Pentaplaris davidsmithii.

Pimelea brachyphylla

Pimelea brachyphylla is a species of small shrub that belongs to the family Thymelaeaceae. It is endemic to Western Australia. It is not considered to be threatened at this time.

Pimelea calcicola

Pimelea calcicola is a species of shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae, endemic to Western Australia. It is erect or spreading in habit, growing to between 0.2 and 1 metre high. Pink flowers are produced between September and November in its native ...

Pimelea glauca

Pimelea glauca, commonly known as smooth riceflower, is a species of small shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae and is endemic to Australia. It is not considered to be threatened.

Pimelea pauciflora

Pimelea pauciflora, commonly known as poison rice-flower, is a species of shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae. It has small yellow-lime flowers, green, smooth fleshy leaves and is endemic to Eastern Australia.

Pimelea rosea

Pimelea rosea is a species of small shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to Australia, and is found mostly along the southwestern coast. It is not considered threatened.

Pimelea sericea

The shrub has spirally arranged leaves. The lower half of its leaves are hairy. It grows from 0.3 to 0.6 m tall, with dense white flowers that flower from late spring to mid-summer.

Pimelea spectabilis

Pimelea spectabilis, or Bunjong, is a species of shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae, endemic to Western Australia. It is erect in habit, growing to between 0.5 and 2 metres high. The pink and white flowers are produced between August and December ...

Pimelea sylvestris

The shrub grows erect. It grows from 0.3 to 2.0 m tall, with white and pink flowers that flower from August to December. It can be found on coastal limestone, lateritic ridges, granite rocks, and swampy areas.

Pseudobombax

Pseudobombax argentinum R.E.Fr. A.Robyns – Soroche. Pseudobombax tomentosum Mart. & Zucc. A.Robyns. Pseudobombax millei Standl. A.Robyns – Beldaco Ecuador. Pseudobombax ellipticum Kunth Dugand – Shaving brush tree. Pseudobombax guayasense A.Robyn ...

Quararibea

Quararibea is a genus of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae. Types include: Quararibea aurantiocalyx. Quararibea turbinata – swizzlestick tree. Quararibea asterolepis. Quararibea platyphylla. Quararibea yunckeri. Quararibea cordata. (Quarar ...

Rhopalocarpus

Rhopalocarpus is a genus of plants in the family Sphaerosepalaceae. Most species are trees and all are endemic to Madagascar. The generic name is from the Greek meaning "club fruit", referring to the fruit shape.

Spirotheca

Currently recognized species in Spirotheca are: Spirotheca rivieri. Spirotheca awadendron. Spirotheca mahechae. Spirotheca michaeli. (Spirotheca Михаэли) Spirotheca rosea. (Spirotheca розовая) Spirotheca elegans. (Элеганс Spirotheca)

Thomasia tenuivestita

Thomasia tenuivestita is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It grows to between 0.6 metres and 2.5 metres in height and produces purple or pink flowers from mid-winter to mid-spring.

Trichospermum

Trichospermum is a genus of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae sensu lato or Tiliaceae or Sparrmanniaceae. Species are distributed in Malesia to the tropical Americas.

Waltheria tomentosa

Waltheria tomentosa is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae which is endemic to the Marquesas Islands. The species was described by Johann Reinhold Forster and Georg Forster.

Wikstroemia angustifolia

Wikstroemia angustifolia is a shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically western Hubei, eastern Sichuan, and southern Shanxi.

Wikstroemia australis

The shrub is erect and broomlike and grows to at least 4.0 m tall. Its branches are black and have tough bark. Its flowers are tubular and greenish yellow. It is often found in forests, ridges, and canopy gaps.

Wikstroemia elliptica

The shrub has smooth reddish bark and small light green leaves. Its flowers bloom yellowish green and bear bright red fruit. It is often found on volcanic and limestone soils and savannah terrain.

Wikstroemia liangii

The shrub grows up to 2.0 m tall. Its branches are reddish-brown and glabrous and it flowers between June and September. It is often found in forest and stream banks.

Wikstroemia ligustrina

The shrub grows up to 0.5 to 1.5 m tall. Its branches are erect, broom-like and it flowers in autumn. It is often found in forest margins and shrubby slopes at altitudes of 1900 to 2700 m.

Wikstroemia linearifolia

The shrub grows from 0.6 to 0.8 m tall. Its branches grow densely and are grey or pale yellow in color. Its flowers and berries are yellow. It can be found on rocky slopes at altitudes of 2800 to 3300 m.

Wikstroemia linoides

The shrub grows from 0.3 to 0.9 m tall. Its branches are slender. Its flowers and berries are yellow. It can be found on hillsides at altitudes of 680 to 1600 m.

Wikstroemia micrantha

Wikstroemia micrantha is a shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Gansu, Guangdong, Guanxi, Guizhou, Hubei, Hunan, Shanxi, Sichuan, and Yunnan.

Wikstroemia monnula

Wikstroemia monnula is a shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to southern Anhui, Jiangxi, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hunan, and Zhejiang.

Wikstroemia nutans

Wikstroemia nutans is a shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to Taiwan and China, specifically Fujian, Guangxi, Hainan, Hunan, Jiangxi, and Guangdong.

Wikstroemia parviflora

The shrub grows up to 0.2 to 0.5 m tall. Its branches are gray and densely crowded. It is often found on dry shrubby slopes and roadsides at altitudes of 1000 to 2000 m.

Wikstroemia stenophylla

The shrub generally grows to a height of 0.2 to 0.8 meters, but can reach a height of up to 1.3 meters. It flowers during summer and autumn, and grows at altitudes from 1600 to 2500 meters.