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Definition of the noun Argylia
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Argylia is a genus of Bignoniaceae.
- synonym: genus Argylia
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Lamiales
- family: Bignoniaceae
- species Argylia adscendens
- species Argylia bifrons
- species Argylia bustillosii
- species Argylia checoensis
- species Argylia conaiensis
- species Argylia farnesiana
- species Argylia geranioides
- species Argylia glutinosa
- species Argylia huidolbriana
- species Argylia potentillaefolia
- species Argylia potentillifolia
- species Argylia radiata
- species Argylia radiata
- species Argylia reticulatum
- species Argylia robusta
- species Argylia sitens
- species Argylia tomentosa
- species Argylia uspallatensis
Argylia is a kind of Bignoniaceae incertae sedis.
Phrases with Argylia
Phrases starting with the word Argylia:
- Argylia Radiata
- Argylia Robusta
- Argylia Tenella
- Argylia Glutinosa
- Argylia Tomentosa
- Argylia Adscendens
- Argylia Checoensis
- Argylia Conaiensis
- Argylia Farnesiana
- Argylia Bustillosii
- Argylia Geranioides
- Argylia Uspallatensis
- Argylia Potentillifolia
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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (1895)
by Sir William Jackson Hooker
Argylia is a very remarkable genus of Bignoniacese, confined to the Andean ...
Argylia is an herbaceous genus of Bignoniads, with tuberous roots, and leaves cut almost as much as curled Parsley. The flowers grow at the summit of long, erect scapes, and are fine looking when dried. A species, new, but near A. puberula, ...
Argylia is an herbaceous genus of Bignoniads, with tuberous roots, and leaves cut almost as much as curled Parsley. The flowers grow at the summit of long, erect scapes, and are fine looking when dried. A Bpecies, new, but near A. puberula, ...
by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
gnaphalodes — West Indies Argylia D. Don . 1823 ...
The Treasury of Botany: a Popular Dictionary of Vegetable Kingdom with which is Incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms Edited by John Lindley and Thomas Moore (1870)
ARGYLIA. A genus of Bignoniacem, containing eight species, from Chill, of perennial herbs, with fleshy roots, an angled stem, petiolate palmate and alternate leaves, and white or purplish axillary flowers. The genus has a flve- partite calyx; ...
by John Lindley, Thomas Moore
ARGYLIA. A genus of Bignoniacea', containing eight species, from Chili, of perennial herbs, with fleshy ...
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopædia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanist by George Nicholson
ARGYLIA (named in honour of Archibald Campbell, third Duke of Argyll, who introduced many American trees and shrubs into this country) .
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A product of the high Andes, locally called Triaca.
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