Leucas

Leucas is a genus of plants in the Lamiaceae family, first described by Robert Brown in 1810. It contains over 200 species, widespread over much of Africa, and southern and eastern Asia (Iran, India, China, Japan, Indonesia, etc.) with a few species in Queensland and on various islands in the Indian Ocean. ...
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Leucas

Greek island in the Ionian Sea, forming with the island of Meganísi the nomós (department) of Levkás. The 117-sq-mi (303-sq-km) island is a hilly ... [3 related articles]
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Leucas

Leucas, Greece: see Lefkás.
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