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  • adjective Margareta (attributive); used in taxonomic names for organisms that often have English names of the form "Margareta's ..."


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Named in a pseudo-Latin manner for any of several naturalists named Margareta.


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  • In Texas, lippia (Lippia nodiflora), raoulia (Raoulia australis), Dymondia margaretae, and creeping lotus (Lotus corniculatus).

    Pamper your pet's paws outdoors 2010

  • The dry forests of New Caledonia contain a unique assemblage of plants with fifty-nine endemic species, including the famous Captaincookia margaretae.

    New Caledonia dry forests 2007

  • Captaincookia (Captaincookia margaretae), New Caledonia, France.

    New Caledonia dry forests 2007

  • Still, the dry forests contain many extremely interesting plants, such as Captaincookia margaretae (Rubiaceae), the only member of its genus.

    New Caledonia dry forests 2007

  • The fruit orchard and flowering trees at the bottom of the yard are separated by a long, winding path edged in round river rock and planted in the center with the low-water ground cover Dymondia margaretae.

    Fore, right! Nan Sterman 2010

  • Genlisea margaretae with 63.4 million base pairs, which if stretched out would measure just 1.6 inches. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph 2010


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