Synonyms for hoffm or Related words with hoffm

dietr              desf              forssk              gmel              macbr              vatke              warb              radlk              welw              oliv              fenzl              poepp              griseb              gaudich              aubl              cambess              humbertii              baill              bonpl              puberula              cuatrec              bornm              glaziovii              bieb              hemsl              dielsii              salisb              schrad              bernh              vestita              lancifolia              schltdl              steud              kraenzl              planch              spruceana              schinz              montevidensis              manettia              presl              delile              schum              sprucei              desv              turcz              laxiflora              markgr              congesta              pilg              hirtella             

Examples of "hoffm"
"Salix triandra" readily forms natural hybrids with "Salix viminalis", the hybrid being named "Salix × mollissima" Hoffm. ex Elwert.
The variety "Salix fragilis" var. "decipiens" (Hoffm.) K. Koch occurs frequently with the type. It is a smaller shrubby tree, rarely exceeding tall, with completely hairless leaves up to 9 cm long and 2–3 cm broad. According to some botanists, it is a distinct species (treated as "Salix decipiens" Hoffm.), with, in this view, "S. fragilis" then being a hybrid between "S. decipiens" and "S. alba". Some other botanists regard "S. decipiens" as itself being a hybrid between "S. fragilis" and "S. triandra". Little evidence supports either of these suggestions.
Angelica archangelica, commonly known as garden angelica, wild celery, and Norwegian angelica, is a biennial plant from the Apiaceae family, a subspecies of which is cultivated for its sweetly scented edible stems and roots. Like several other species in Apiaceae, its appearance is similar to several poisonous species ("Conium", "Heracleum", and others), and should not be consumed unless it has been identified with absolute certainty. Synonyms include "Archangelica officinalis" Hoffm., and "Archangelica officinalis" "var." "himalaica" C.B.Clarke.
Сollection fund of botanic Garden has over 2000 taxa. The collection of trees and shrubs contains 217 species; medicinal - 111 species; fodder plants - 128 species of 29 genders; vegetable - 74 species of 8 genders; flower-ornamental - 220 species of 84 genders,fruit and berry - 66 species, 141 genders. In collection there are 270 species of the natural flora plants, including 11 listed in the Ukrainian Red book: Neottia nidus-avis (L.) Rich, E. purpurata Smith, Cephalanthera damasonium (Mill.) Druce from the family Orchidaceae, Galanthus nivalis L. from family Amary daceae, Lilium martagon L. from family Liliaceae, Allium ursinum L, Epipactis atrorubens (Hoffm. ex Bernb.) Schult., on the lighter areas occurs A. strictum Schrad, the family AIIiaseae, Botrychium lunaria (L.) Sw. family Lycopodiaceae. Common area is for relics: Melittis sarmatica Klok. the family Lamiaceae, Hedera helix L. the family Araliaceae, grows here and Daphne mezereum L. the family Thymelaeaceae.
The wingspan is 42–48 mm.Forewing rufous-brown clouded with darker; the veins black dotted with white; a slight black mark below base of cell, and a short black streak from inner margin near base; inner and outer lines blackish, double, forming black white-tipped teeth on the veins; claviform stigma blackish, acute, lying on a black streak joining the two lines; orbicular and reniform reddish grey edged with black, the reniform with some whitish in outer half; submarginal line white preceded by black wedge-shaped marks; hindwing of male whitish with the termen grey; the cellspot and veins dark; much greyer in female. Of general occurrence throughout Europe and in Asia found in Armenia, Asia Minor, W. and E. Siberia, W. and E. Turkestan and Tibet; - the form "vulturina" Frr., from S. Russia, has the forewing darker and variegated with white; - "duplex" Haw. is also a dark but unicolorous form, occurring in Scotland and the North of England; - "sylvatica" Bell is a grey, obscurely marked, insect without brownish tinge, from Corsica; - "septentrionalis" Hoffm. is a small black form from Finland, the Baltic provinces and the Ural Mts., of which "moesta" Stgr. from Dauria is possibly a synonym; - "vicina" Alph. from Central Asia is paler, more violet brown, with the markings clearly expressed; "anilis" Bsd. is whitish, thickly dusted with black, with no trace of red-brown tinge.