Spectabilis

Some articles on spectabilis:

Amsinckia Spectabilis
... Amsinckia spectabilis is a species of fiddleneck known by the common names seaside fiddleneck and woolly breeches ... Amsinckia spectabilis is a bristly annual herb similar in appearance to other fiddlenecks ...
Chrysolopus Spectabilis - Taxonomy
... Chrysolopus spectabilis was first described in 1775 by the Danish entomologist Johan Christian Fabricius, in his work Systema Entomologiae, making it the first insect to be described from Australia ... Fabricius named the species Curculio spectabilis, where the specific epithet spectabilis translates as "remarkable" or "admirable" ...
Abies Densa
... spectabilis) as a variety ... Sometimes lumped with Abies spectabilis, a species of more westerly distribution, Abies densa differs from the former in several traits, e.g ... below Abies densa also has smaller cones with bracts relatively longer than in Abies spectabilis ...
Cyathea - Misassigned Taxa
... roraimensis (Domin) Domin, 1929 = Cnemidaria roraimensis Cyathea spectabilis (Kunze) Domin, 1929 = Cnemidaria spectabilis Cyathea spectabilis var ... colombiensis Stolze, 1974 = Cnemidaria spectabilis var ... colombiensis Cyathea spectabilis var ...
Lamprocapnos Spectabilis
... Lamprocapnos spectabilis (formerly Dicentra spectabilis) also known as old-fashioned bleeding-heart, Venus's car, Lady in a bath, Dutchman's trousers, or Lyre-flower is a rhizomatous perennial plant native to ...