Angelica - Species


  • Angelica acutilobadang-gui in Chinese
  • Angelica ampla – giant angelica
  • Angelica archangelica – garden angelica, archangel, angelique
  • Angelica arguta – Lyall's angelica
  • Angelica atropurpurea – purplestem angelica, alexanders
  • Angelica breweri – Brewer's angelica
  • Angelica californica – California angelica
  • Angelica callii – Call's angelica
  • Angelica canbyi – Canby's angelica
  • Angelica cartilaginomarginata
  • Angelica dahuricabai zhi in Chinese
  • Angelica dawsonii – Dawson's angelica
  • Angelica dentata – coastalplain angelica
  • Angelica genuflexa – kneeling angelica
  • Angelica gigascham dangwi in Korean
  • Angelica glabra – synonym for Angelica dahurica
  • Angelica grayi – Gray's angelica
  • Angelica hendersonii – Henderson's angelica
  • Angelica japonica
  • Angelica keiskeiashitaba in Japanese
  • Angelica kingii – King's angelica
  • Angelica lineariloba – poison angelica
  • Angelica lucida – seacoast angelica
  • Angelica pachycarpa
  • Angelica palustris
  • Angelica pancicii
  • Angelica pinnata – small-leaf angelica
  • Angelica pubescens
  • Angelica roseana – rose angelica
  • Angelica sinensisdong quai
  • Angelica scabrida – Charleston Mountain angelica
  • Angelica sylvestris – wild angelica
  • Angelica tomentosa – woolly angelica
  • Angelica triquinata – filmy angelica
  • Angelica ubatakensis
  • Angelica venenosa – hairy angelica
  • Angelica wheeleri – Utah angelica

Read more about this topic:  Angelica

Other articles related to "species":

Orthoptera - Life Cycle
... Orthopteroid species have a paurometabolous life cycle or incomplete metamorphosis ... The use of sound is generally crucial in courtship, and most species have distinct songs ... The number of moults varies between species growth is also very variable and may take a few weeks to some months depending on food availability and weather conditions ...
Organic Farming - Externalities - Biodiversity
... Nearly all non-crop, naturally occurring species observed in comparative farm land practice studies show a preference for organic farming both by abundance and diversity ... An average of 30% more species inhabit organic farms ... Many weed species attract beneficial insects that improve soil qualities and forage on weed pests ...
... All species have a proboscis which lies in the rhynchocoel when inactive but everts (turns inside-out) to emerge just above the mouth and capture the animal's prey with venom ... A few species with stubby bodies filter feed and have suckers at the front and back ends, with which they attach to a host ... Most nemerteans have various chemoreceptors, and on their heads some species have a number of pigment-cup ocelli, which can detect light but not form an image ...
Nemertea - Taxonomy
... Comprises 100 marine species ... Comprises about 400 species ... Includes seven species, of which six live as commensals in the mantle of large clams and one in that of a freshwater snail ...
Nemertea - Description - Nervous System and Senses
... Most nemertean species have just one pair of nerve cords, many species have additional paired cords, and some species also have a dorsal cord ... In some species the cords lie within the skin, but in most they are deeper, inside the muscle layers ... Some species have paired cerebral organs, sacs whose only openings are to the outside ...

Famous quotes containing the word species:

    An unjust law is itself a species of violence. Arrest for its breach is more so.
    Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869–1948)

    Both classically- and romantically-minded spirits—inasmuch as these two species always exist—occupy themselves with a vision of the future: but the former do so out of a strength of their age, the latter out of its weakness.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Nature seemed to have adorned herself for our departure with a profusion of fringes and curls, mingled with the bright tints of flowers, reflected in the water. But we missed the white water-lily, which is the queen of river flowers, its reign being over for this season.... Many of this species inhabit our Concord water.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)