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flabellata is derived from Latin flabellum (small fan) meaning 'open fan-shaped'. [See Poa flabellata.]

flabellifer is derived from Latin flabellum (small fan) and -fer (bearing, carrying) components meaning 'fan-bearing' usually with reference to leaf shape. [See Borassus flabellifer.]

flagelliformis is derived from Latin flagellum (whip) and formis (shape) components meaning 'whip-like'. [See Disocactus flagelliformis.]

flavicarpa is derived from Latin flavus (golden-yellow, gold-coloured, yellow) and Greek carpo- (fruit). [See Passiflora edulis var. flavicarpa.]

flavum is Latin flavus (golden-yellow, gold-coloured, yellow) meaning 'yellowish, pale or pure yellow'. [See Glaucium flavum.]

flavus is Latin flavus (golden-yellow, gold-coloured, yellow) meaning 'yellowish, pale or pure yellow'. [See Crocus flavus.]

flexilis is Latin (bent, flexible, pliant, supple) meaning 'pliant, flexible or limber'. [See Najas flexilis, Pinus flexilis.]

flexuosa is Latin (crooked, windings, turnings) meaning 'tortuous, zigzag or bending alternately in each direction'. [See Poa flexuosa.]

flexuosus is Latin (crooked, windings, turnings) meaning 'tortuous, zigzag or bending alternately in each direction'. [See Cucumis melo var. flexuosus, Rumex flexuosus.]

florentina means 'of or from Florence' (Italy). [See Iris florentina.]


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