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Diplacus

Definition of the noun Diplacus

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Diplacus is a genus of Phrymaceae.

Diplacus is a genus of Hemiptera, described by Stål in 1858.

Diplacus is a genus of Phrymaceae.

Diplacus is a genus of Phrymaceae.

Diplacus is a genus of Urochordata (awaiting allocation), described by Rafinesque in 1815.

Phrases with Diplacus

  1. Diplacus Nanus
  2. Diplacus aridus
  3. Diplacus Ovatus
  4. Diplacus Parryi
  5. Diplacus Pictus
  6. Diplacus Bicolor
  7. Diplacus Layneae
  8. Diplacus rutilus
  9. Diplacus Torreyi
  10. Diplacus Brevipes
  11. Diplacus Cusickii
  12. Diplacus Jepsonii
  13. Diplacus linearis
  14. Diplacus puniceus
  15. Diplacus Pygmaeus
  16. Diplacus Rattanii
  17. Diplacus Rupicola
  18. Diplacus Traskiae
  19. Diplacus Tricolor
  20. genus Diplacus

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Google previewMediterranean-Type Ecosystems (2012)

The Role of Nutrients by F.J. Kruger, D.T. Mitchell, J.U.M. Jarvis

Diplacus is a successional, semi-drought-deciduous shrub common in chaparral vegetation throughout central California. New leaf production starts with the onset of autumn rains and ceases in mid spring. Reproduction occurs from early ...

Google previewThe Hothouse and Greenhouse Manual, Or Botanical Cultivator (1839)

Giving Full Instructions for the Management and Propagation of the Plants Cultivated in the Hot-houses, Greenhouses, Conservatories ... : Alphabetically Arranged by Robert Sweet

DIPLACUS is a shrubby genus belonging to Scrophularinese, separated from Mimulus by Professor Nuttall : the M. glutinosus of the gardens belongs to it. The best soil is an equal mixture of loam and sandy peat ; ripened cuttings will strike ...

Google previewGardening Illustrated (1891)

so as to ripen its growth, and a fair amount of root-room can be given it, this Diplacus is a capital subject to plant, as it flowers abundantly in the spring, and continues, more or less to do so, all the year through. Mealy-bug is rather partial to ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2016)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

(Diplacus cardinalis (Douglas ex Benth.) Groenl.; Diplacus cardinalis Douglas; Erythranthe cardinalis (Douglas ex Benth.) Spach; Erythranthe cardinalis Spach) North America.

Google previewThe Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening (1889)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson

Diplacus , Nnttal].

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

ka-gashira Diplacus Nutt. Scrophulariaceae Origins: From the Greek diplax, diplakos "in double folds, twofold, double." Dipladenia A. DC. Apocynaceae Origins: From the Greek ...

Google previewJohnson's Gardener's Dictionary (1894)

by George William Johnson, Charles Henry Wright

Diplacus.) Common soil, provided it be moist; divisions, ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Gardening (2012)

by Walter P. Wright

785, Diplacus (dipdacus. 0rd. Scrophularineae).-—One species is grown a good deal, and that is glutinosus, which botanists now call Mimulus glutinosus. It is a greenhouse shrub. with small orange flowers and sticky foliage. Loam, with a.

Google previewA Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns: The classes, cohorts, orders, and chief genera of phanerogams and ferns (1897)

by John Christopher Willis

Diplacus Nutt. = Mimulus Linn. Dipladenia A. DC. Apocynaceae (i1. 4). 20 sp. S. Am. Most are lianes climbing by hooks — "a circle of blunt spines at the ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture (1914)

A Reference System of Commercial Horticulture, Covering the Practical and Scientific Phases of Horticulture, with Special Reference to Fruits and Vegetables by Granville Lowther, William Worthington

Diplacus Ceroputo Ceroputo yuccae Coq. General Appearance This insect is continually mistaken for the regular mealy bugs belonging to the genus Pseudococcus. It differs in having a tooth on the inner Surface of the claw, ...

Google previewA Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns (1908)

by John Christopher Willis

Diplacus Nutt. = Miinulus Linn. Dipladenla A. DC. Apocynaceae (n. 4). 20 sp. S. Am. Most are lianes climbing by hooks — "a circle of blunt spines at the bases of the leaves." Diplarrhena Labill.

Google previewThe Cottage Gardeners Dictionary; describing the plants, fruits & vegetables desirable for the garden, etc (1857)

by George William Johnson

glutinosus, Diplacus. Mitella reniformis, M. nuda. M. pentnndra, Drummandia mild/aides. Modiola Curolininna, decumbcns, and prostmm, Sphmralcca. Molina parviflorn, Bnccharis. M. canescens, C'upaniu. Monarda cim-iodora, M'. nrixmtu.

Google previewIconographic encyclopaedia of science, literature, and art (1851)

Examples : Diplacus, Conobaca, Gratiola, Ilysanthus, Hemianthus, Herpestis. Sub-order 3. Rhinanthidece.

Google previewThe New York Botanical Garden Illustrated Encyclopedia of Horticulture (1981)

by Thomas H. Everett

DIPLACUS.

Google previewThe Treasury of Botany; a Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom (1870)

by John Lindley, Thomas Moore

DIPLACUS. A genus of Scrophularz' acem, ...

Google previewThe Rural Cyclopedia, Or A General Dictionary of Agriculture, and of the Arts, Sciences, Instruments, and Practice, Necessary to the Farmer, Stockfarmer, Gardener, Forester, Landsteward, Farrier, & C (1857)

by John Marius Wilson

DIPLACUS. A genus of ornamental plants, of the figwort tribe. The scarlet- flowered sper cia, D. pum'cnu, was introduced to Britain from California in the autumn of 1837, and has proved . a most imposing accession to the ornaments of ' our ...

Google previewA pocket botanical dictionary, by J. Paxton assisted by prof. Lindley (1868)

by Samuel Hereman

DiPLACUS, Nuttall. From dis, two, and plakos, a placenta ; alluding to the splitting of the capsule, to each valve of which ...

Google previewAmerican Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers (2011)

by Christopher Brickell

Diplacus glutinosus.

Google previewFirst Additional Supplement to Loudon's Encyclopaedia of Plants (1841)

Comprising the Specific Character, Description, Culture, History, Application in the Arts, and Every Other Desirable Particular Respecting All the Plants Originated In, Or Introduced Into Britain, Between the First Publication of the Work in 1829, and January, 1840 by John Claudius Loudon

Diplacus. See Mimulus for propagation and culture, 2679. Toonia. The species require a moist soil. They are readily increased by division. 2680...Qollinsia. All the species are very desirable showy annual plants, and have a good appearance ...

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