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Alisma nanum

Alisma nanum is a species of plant in the Alismataceae. It is endemic to Xinjiang in western China, where it grows in marshes at elevations of about 600 m.

Althenia bilocularis

Althenia bilocularis is a plant found in both Australia and New Zealand, in fresh to brackish waters. In Australia it is found in all mainland states with the exception of the Northern Territory. In New Zealand it is found on the North, South and Chatham Islands.


Amphibolis is a genus in the family Cymodoceaceae. It includes two species of sea grass endemic to the western and southern coast of Australia, Amphibolis antarctica and Amphibolis griffithii, commonly known as sea nymph or wire weed. The seeds produce an anchoring comb of bristles while they mature on the female plant, giving the seedling a purchase when it arrives at a new site. A type of seagrass, the plants of this genus forms meadows on calcareous sands. These meadows, and their consequent detritus, become an important source of food and shelter for a number of marine species. The int ...


Baxteria is a genus of flowering plant in the Dasypogonaceae described as a genus in 1843. There is only one known species, Baxteria australis, found only in the southwestern part of Western Australia.

Burmannia grandiflora

Burmannia grandiflora is a flowering plant in the family Burmanniaceae found in Colombia, central Brazil, and Bolivia. It grows mostly on wet savannas, sandy soil, from sea level to a height of 1230 meters.


ⓘ Monocot stubs

  • Maianthemum paniculatum is a species of monocot found from Mexico to Panama. It is often associated with montane environments. Maianthemum paniculatum
  • Alismatid monocots alismatids, basal monocots is an informal name for a group of early branching hence basal monocots consisting of two orders, the
  • habitat such as streambanks and meadows. It is a rhizomatous perennial monocot producing an erect stem up to about 60 centimeters tall. The base of the
  • org. Retrieved 2017 - 01 - 20. Dioscorea bernoulliana Prain Burkill e - monocot org. Archived from the original on 2017 - 02 - 02. Retrieved 2017 - 01 - 20. Dioscorea
  • Amongst the late branching clades, the lilioid monocots are nearly all secretory while the commelinid monocots are diverse with respect to tapetal pattern
  • subfamily Amaryllidoideae family Amaryllidaceae They are herbaceous monocot perennial flowering plants endemic to Australasia. The tribe consists of
  • rise to primary tissue. Secondary growth occurs in most seed plants, but monocots usually lack secondary growth. If they do have secondary growth, it differs
  • Asparagoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales, according to the APG III system of 2009. The subfamily
  • teretifolium or Inirida flower from the Spanish: Flor de Inirida is a monocot which is an endemic plant in the area between the Colombian rivers of Guainia
  • Carex lurida is a monocot species of the family Cyperaceae, also known as the sedge family. The common name for Carex lurida is shallow sedge. Carex lurida
  • It was described by Cribb and Perez - Vera. The Bulbophyllum - Checklist e - Monocot Retrieved November 8, 2015 EPPO Global Database Retrieved November 9, 2015

Dioscorea abysmophila

Dioscorea abysmophila is a herbaceous vine in the genus Dioscorea. It is native to Venezuela, with the type locality listed as "Estado do Amazonas, São Gabriel, Rio Negro." A note included with the type specimen, collected in 1945, indicates that the specimen was collected from rocky terrain on a high mountain range. Another specimen, collected in 2000, is listed as being collected from the forested northern slope of a coastal mountain range near the headwaters of the Temerla river.


Dioscorea acanthogene

Dioscorea acanthogene is a herbaceous vine in the genus Dioscorea, it is native to Bolivia, west-central Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, and Peru. A specimen collected in Bolivia in 2002 was obtained from a scrubby roadside in a dry, sparsely forested area.