Hymenobia is a genus of fungi in the Ascomycota phylum. The relationship of this taxon to other taxa within the class is unknown (incertae sedis), and it has not yet been placed with certainty into any class, order, or family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Hymenobia apore...
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Hymenobolus is a genus of fungi in the Helotiales order. The relationship of this taxon to other taxa within the order is unknown (incertae sedis), and it has not yet been placed with certainty into any family. ...
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Hymenocallis, also known as Spider Lily, is a group of tender bulbs that are natives of tropical America, Peru, Africa and the United States. These pretty plants are suitable for growing on the edge of your water garden. H. liriosme (Water Spider Lily) is a native of the southern U.S. from Louis...
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Hymenocallis (s) is a genus of plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, subfamily Amaryllidoideae. It contains more than 60 species native to tropical and subtropical America. Hymenocallis are bulbous perennial herbs. The flowers have their stamens united to a characteristic corona. Hymenocallis means ...
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Pancratium caribaeum Hymenocallis caroliniana is a species of Hymenocallis. It has the common name Carolina Spiderlily. Hymenocallis caroliniana can be found in the following U.S. states. ...
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Hymenocallis coronaria (Cahaba Lily or Shoals spider-lily) is a species of the genus Hymenocallis, native to the Southeastern United States. It is an aquatic, perennial flowering plant found only in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. Within Alabama it is known as the Cahaba Lily, outside of that...
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Hymenocallis speciosa is a species of the genus Hymenocallis. Hymenocallis speciosa is a bulbous perennial herb. It ranges in height from 30-90cm (12-36 inches). It requires sunlight to partial shade for proper growth and blooms from late summer to late autumn with white flowers. It is poisonous if...
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Hymenocardia is a genus of the family Phyllanthaceae. The genus has 7 or 8 species, native mainly to tropical Africa. ...
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Hymenocardieae is a tribe of the plant family Phyllanthaceae. It comprises 2 genera. ...
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Hymenocaris is a genus of Cambrian crustaceans. Some species originally assigned to Hymenocaris were later transferred to Canadaspis, such as Canadaspis perfecta (Hymenocaris perfecta), leaving only Hymenocaris vermicauda. Differences between Hymenocaris and Canadaspis have been used to justify ere...
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Hymenocarpos is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the sub family Faboideae. ...
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Hymenocephalus lethonemus is a species of rattail. It occurs at depths of up to 485 m in the waters off southern Japan, the Philippines and northern Taiwan. This is a small, slender rattail with a total length of up to 14 cm. It has a fairly long, sharp snout, small eyes, a large mouth and no chin ...
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Hymenocephalus is a genus of rattails currently with 24 described species. == Species == ...
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Hymenocera picta, commonly known as the harlequin shrimp, is a species of saltwater shrimp found at coral reefs in the tropical Indian and Pacific oceans. It is usually considered the only species in the genus Hymenocera, but some split it into two species: H. picta from the central and east Pacifi...
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The Hymenochaetaceae are a family of fungi in the order Hymenochaetales. The family contains several species that are implicated in many diseases of broad-leaved and coniferous trees, causing heart rot, canker and root diseases, and also esca disease of grapevines. According to a standard reference...
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Genera incertae sedis : ==Taxonomy== ===History=== The order was proposed in 1977 to recognize the family Hymenochaetaceae at a higher taxonomic rank. As originally conceived, species within the Hymenochaetales had several morphological features in common, notably brown or brownish basidiocarps (fr...
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Hymenochaete is a genus of fungi in the Hymenochaetaceae family. The genus has a widespread distribution, especially in tropical regions, and contains 110 species. The name probably means long-haired membrane from the Greek hymen meaning membrane and chaite meaning long hair. ...
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Hymenocharta is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. ...
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This species is also bred and sold as an aquatic pet. As pets, Dwarf African Frogs can live peacefully among other fish in an aquarium. These frogs can be fed regular fish flakes, although they especially like to eat freeze-dried bloodworms and the elodea plant. However, if you do choose to add thi...
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[moth] Hymenoclea is a genus of moths in the Sesiidae family. ...
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Hymenocrater is a genus of plants from the mint family. Hymenocrater sessilifolius Benth. is one species in the genus that is a perennial aromatic herb with a sturdy thick woody rootstock; tuft up to 30 cm across. Stems many, usually unbranched, c. 20-45 cm, erect or ascending, finely glandular-pil...
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Hymenodictyon is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. It has about 30 species. All are native to the Old World. The wood of Hymenodictyon orixense is soft and has limited use, mostly for boxes. The type species for Hymenodictyon is Hymenodictyon orixense (synonym: Hymenodictyon exce...
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hymenodictyonine An alkaloid obtained from Hymenodictyon excelsum, an East Indian shrub.
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Hymenodora is a genus of shrimp, containing four species, which collectively have a southern circumpolar distribution. ...
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Hymenodora glacialis is a species of pelagic shrimp in the Oplophoridae family. It is the only known species of pelagic shrimp to inhabit the Canada Basin. ...
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