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In addition to searching through the individual botanical definitions you may now benefit also from browsing the extensive information gleaned through our research. This list has been compiled in alphabetic order according to the genus or species..

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linifolium is derived from the genus name Linum and Latin -folia (leaved) components meaning 'with leaves like those of that (flax) genus'. [See Pycnanthemum linifolium.]

Liquidambar [genus name] is derived from Latin liquidus (fluid, flowing, liquid) and ambar (amber) components with reference to the resin yielded by different species.

Fossilised Liquidambar species found on the European Continent indicate their existence there in pre-glacial times. [See Liquidambar.]

Liriodendron [genus name] is derived from Greek leirion (lily) and dendro- (tree) components. [See Liriodendron.]

Litchi [genus name] is a corruption of a local Chinese name lin chi. [See Litchi.]

Lithospermum [genus name] is derived from Greek litho- (stone) and -sperma (seed, seeded) components with reference to the very hard nutlets that follow the flowers and is the classical name for this genus. [See Lithospermum.]

littorale means 'of the seashore'. [See Psidium littorale var. longipes.]

lobata is derived from Latin lobi- (lobe) component. [See Echinocystis lobata, Pueraria lobata, Quercus lobata.]

Lobularia [genus name] is derived from Latin lobulus (small pod) with reference to the fruit. [See Lobularia.]

locusta means 'grass spikelet'. [See Valerianella locusta.]

Lolium [genus name] is a classical Latin name for one of the species. [See Lolium.]


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