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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A division of hymenopterous insects, including all the true bees, wasps, etc. These have the abdomen united to the thorax by a slender petiole or stalk, whence the name, which is opposed to Securifera.
“It is dominated by woody Myosporum obscurum and Coprosma petiolata and the herbaceous species Asplenium obtusatum, Cyperus ustulatus, Disphyma australe, and Scirpus nodosus.”
“There are several plants species endemic to this area, specially Steriphoma colombiana, Amaria petiolata, Pithecellobium bogotense and in the transition forests between dry and moist regions, the national flower of Colombia, the endemic and highly endangered Cattleya trianaei.”
“Sure it would cost more, but what's a better thing to spend the taxpayer's money on: chemicals of undocumented carcinogenic tendency or some person that spent 4 years of college learning the subtle differences between Alliaria petiolata and Equus asinus?”
“Folia subrotunda cordata obtusa opposita brevi petiolata, pellucido-punctata.”
“In my back yard right now is a pernicious invader called Alliaria petiolata, more commonly called garlic mustard.”
“Alliaria petiolata frequently snaps off at or just below the root crown when the flower stalk is pulled, leaving adventitious buds which send up new flower stalks.”
“Pulling can result in substantial soil disturbance, damaging desirable species and bringing up Alliaria petiolata seeds from the seedbank.”
“P. frondibus pinnatis, pinnis sessilibus lanceo - latis acuminatis integerrimis subrepaudis un - dulatis, terminali petiolata basi auriculata, so - ris sparsis immersis.”
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“Frurex ramis oppofitis • Pol. oppofita, petiolata •”
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