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incarnata means 'flesh pink-coloured'. [See Asclepias incarnata, Dactylorhiza incarnata, Passiflora incarnata.]

incanum is Latin (hoary or greyish-white). [See Pycnanthemum incanum.]

incisa means 'deeply and irregularly cut'. [See Prostanthera incisa, Prunus incisa.]

incomparabilis is Latin (incomparable). [See Narcissus x incomparabilis.]

incurva is Latin (bent, curved, crooked) meaning 'incurved, inflexed or bent inward'. [See Parapholis incurva.]

indicus means 'of or from India or the East Indies or the Far East'. [See Hemidesmus indicus, Melilotus indicus.]

inermis is Latin (unarmed) meaning 'spineless, unarmed or without prickles or stings'. [See Andira inermis, Bromus inermis, Flacourtia inermis, Lawsonia inermis.]

infectoria is derived from Latin inficio (tinge, dye stain, colour) meaning 'dyed or coloured'. [See Quercus infectoria.]

infirma is Latin (weak, feeble). [See Poa infirma.]

infundibuliformis is derived from Latin infundibuli- (funnel) and -formis (shape) components meaning 'funnel- or trumpet-shaped'. [See Crossandra infundibuliformis.]


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