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The morphological distinction between the Acorus species is made by the number of prominent leaf veins. Acorus calamus has a single prominent midvein and then on both sides slightly raised secondary veins (with a diameter less than half the midvein) and many fine tertiary veins. This makes it clearly distinct from Acorus americanusSweet flag |
Scientific classification |
Kingdom: | Plantae |
(unranked): | Angiosperms |
(unranked): | Monocots |
Order: | Acorales | Genus: | Acorus |
Family: | Acoraceae | Species: | A. calamus |
Genus: | Acorus | Binomial name |
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Alternanthera |
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Alternanthera pungens, known as khakiweed |
Scientific classification |
Kingdom: | Plantae |
(unranked): | Angiosperms |
(unranked): | Eudicots |
(unranked): | Core eudicots |
Order: | Caryophyllales |
Family: | Amaranthaceae |
Subfamily: | Gomphrenoideae |
Genus: | Alternanthera
Forssk. |
Alternanthera is a genus of approximately 80 herbaceous plant species in Amaranthaceae, the amaranth family. It is a widespread genus with a cosmopolitan distribution.
Anubias |
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Anubias barteri var. nana on a bogwood (top view) |
Scientific classification |
Anubias is a genus of aquatic and semi-aquatic flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to tropical central and western Africa. They primarily grow in rivers and streams, but can also be found in marshes. They are characterized by broad, thick, dark leaves that come in many different forms.  Kingdom: | Plantae |
(unranked): | Angiosperms |
(unranked): | Monocots |
Order: | Alismatales |
Family: | Araceae |
Subfamily: | Aroideae |
Tribe: | Anubiadeae |
Genus: | Anubias
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Scientific classification |
Kingdom: | Plantae |
clade: | Angiosperms |
clade: | Eudicots |
Order: | Caryophyllales |
Family: | Cactaceae
Juss. |
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    * Cactoideae   * Maihuenioideae   * Opuntioideae   *...

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