Synonyms for lehmannii or Related words with lehmannii

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Examples of "lehmannii"
"Calothamnus lehmannii" was first formally described by Johannes Schauer in 1843 in "Dissertatio phytographica de Regelia, Beaufortia et Calothamno". The specific epithet ("lehmannii") honours the German botanist, Johann Lehmann. (In 2014 Craven, Edwards and Cowley proposed that the species be renamed "Melaleuca johannis-lehmannii".)
Fuchsia lehmannii is a species of plant in the Onagraceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
The specific epithet ("lehmannii") honours Johann Georg Christian Lehmann, the editor of Plantae Preissianae.
Zygia lehmannii is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
Pitcairnia lehmannii is a species in the genus "Pitcairnia". This species is native to Ecuador.
Peperomia lehmannii is a species of plant in the Piperaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Mutisia lehmannii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Pappobolus lehmannii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Dasyphyllum lehmannii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
"Calothamnus lehmannii" grows to a height of about . Its leaves are long and circular in cross section.
"Calothamnus lehmannii" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian government department of parks and wildlife.
Aiouea lehmannii is a species of plant in the Lauraceae family. It is found in Brazil and Colombia.
The species was originally in 1844 named by Schauer in "Plantae Preissianae" as "Symphyomyrtus lehmannii". In 1867, George Bentham in Flora Australiensis placed it in the "Eucalyptus" genus as "Eucalyptus lehmannii" after Johann Georg Christian Lehmann who was Professor of Botany and Director of the Botanic Gardens in Hamburg and editor of "Plantae Preissianae". There is some confusion between the species "E. lehmannii" and "E. conferruminata" - some authors place this tree in "E. conferruminata". Others discriminate between these two species on characters such as operculum length - "E. conferruminata" is said to have a relatively short operculum.
In Newlands Forest, there are also 2 types of commercial plantation, Pines ("Pinus radiata", "Pinus pinaster") from Europe and America, and Gums ("Eucalyptus lehmannii") from Australia.
Gastrolobium lehmannii or Cranbrook Pea is a vulnerable shrub in the family Fabaceae which is endemic to an area of Western Australia.
The type species for this section is "Verticordia insignis" and the other six species are "V. roei", "V. inclusa", "V. apecta", "V. habrantha", "V. lehmannii" and "V. pritzelii".
George placed this species in Subgenus "Verticordia", Section "Catocalypta" along with "V. roei", "V. inclusa", "V. insignis", "V. habrantha", "V. lehmannii" and "V. pritzelii".
"Eucalyptus lehmannii" is a sometimes multi-trunked mallee with smooth bark which is whitish grey to grey-brown and orange-brown and which sheds in strips.
"Eucalyptus lehmannii", as well as some others of the genus including "Eucalyptus cladocalyx", "Eucalyptus globulus" and "Eucalyptus grandis" have been described as invasive in southern Africa.
There is only one species of "Thorea" in the British Isles: "Thorea hispida" (Thore) Desvaux (Synonyms: "Thorea anadina" Lagerheim et K.Mobius, "T. lehmannii" Horneman and "T. ramosissima" Bory).