Dryandra
Dryandra Dry*an"dra, n. [NL. Named after J. Dryander.] (Bot.) A genus of shrubs growing in Australia, having beautiful, hard, dry, evergreen leaves. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • Dryandra — sessilis Systematik Eudikotyledonen Ordnung: Silbe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dryandra — Dryandra …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dryandra — (D. R. B.), Pflanzengattung, benannt nach dem Schweden Ion. Dryander (geb. 1748, starb 1811, Bibliothekar von Joh. Banks in London, gab Catalogus bibliothecae Banksianae, Lond. 1796–1800, 5 Bde., heraus), aus der Familie der Proteaceae Banksieae …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Dryandra — Dryandra …   Wikipédia en Français

  • dryandra — /draɪˈændrə / (say druy andruh) noun any of several species of small trees of the family Proteaceae, common in western Australia, which have large brightly coloured flowers of various hues. {New Latin; named after Jonas Dryander, 1748–1810,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dryandra subg. Dryandra — Dryandra formosa (now Banksia formosa), the type species of Dryandra subg. Dryandra Dryandra subg. Dryandra is an obsolete series within the former genus Dryandra (now Banksia ser. Dryandra). It was first published at sectional rank as Dryandra… …   Wikipedia

  • Dryandra ser. Aphragma — Dryandra nervosa (now Banksia alliacea), the type species of D. ser. Aphragma Dryandra ser. Aphragma is an obsolete series within the former genus Dryandra (now Banksia ser. Dryandra). It was first published at sectional rank by Robert… …   Wikipedia

  • Dryandra subg. Diplophragma — is an obsolete subgenus within the former genus Dryandra (now Banksia ser. Dryandra). It was first published by Robert Brown in 1830, but was discarded by George Bentham in 1870. It was reinstated with a new circumscription by Alex George in 1996 …   Wikipedia

  • Dryandra ser. Plumosae — is an obsolete series within the former genus Dryandra (now Banksia ser. Dryandra). It was published by Alex George in 1996, but discarded in 2007 when Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele sank Dryandra into Banksia. Contents 1 Publication 2 Abandonment …   Wikipedia

  • Dryandra ser. Capitellatae — is an obsolete series within the former genus Dryandra (now Banksia ser. Dryandra). It was published by Alex George in 1996, but discarded in 2007 when Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele sank Dryandra into Banksia. Contents 1 Publication 2 Abandonment …   Wikipedia

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