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Margareta(attributive); used in taxonomic names for organisms that often have English names of the form "Margareta's ..."
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In Texas, lippia (Lippia nodiflora), raoulia (Raoulia australis), Dymondia margaretae, and creeping lotus (Lotus corniculatus).
The dry forests of New Caledonia contain a unique assemblage of plants with fifty-nine endemic species, including the famous Captaincookia margaretae.
Captaincookia (Captaincookia margaretae), New Caledonia, France.
Still, the dry forests contain many extremely interesting plants, such as Captaincookia margaretae (Rubiaceae), the only member of its genus.
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.
Genlisea margaretae with 63.4 million base pairs, which if stretched out would measure just 1.6 inches.