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Genus OPUNTIA

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o. ACICULATA | o. ATROVIRIDIS | o. BRASILIENSIS | o. CAPRI | o. CILINDRICA CRESTATA | o. CLAVARIOIDES | o. CLAVATA | o. CYLINDRICA CRESTATA | o. DACTYLIFERA | o. DIADEMATA | o. DIADEMATA INERMIS | o. ENGELMANNII | o. ERECTOCLADA | o. FULGIDA | o. FULGIDA CRESTATA | o. INAMOENA | o. LEPTOCAULIS | o. LEUCOTRICHA | o. LINGUIFORMIS | o. LONGISPINA | o. MICRODASYS | o. MICRODASYS ALBATA | o. MICRODASYS ALBISPINA | o. MICRODASYS INDIGO | o. MICRODASYS UNDULATA | o. MICRODASYS VELOUR | o. MONACANTHA | o. MONACANTHA VARIEGATA | o. OVATA | o. ROBUSTA | o. RUFIDA | o. RUFIDA MAIOR | o. RUFIDA MINOR | o. OPUNTIA SP | o. SPINOSIOR | o. SUBULATA | o. TUNA | o. TUNA CAERULEA | o. TUNA CRESTATA | o. TUNICATA | o. TUNICATA RUBRA | o. VESTITA | o. VESTITA CRESTATA |


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OPUNTIA's Books

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CURTIS'S BOTANICAL MAGAZINE, OR, FLOWER-GARDEN DISPLAYED
John Sims (1834)
(Botany)

they resemble leaves in appearance and thickness, more than in any other described species of Opuntia ; being only about twice as thick as those of cereus phyllanthus or phyllanthoides, d c, but stiffer. they are armed on both sides with  ...


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FIELD GUIDE TO THE PIEDMONT
Michael A. Godfrey (2012-12-01)
(Travel)
ISBN: 9781469607




jnothoscordum bivalve schoenolirion croceum talinum teretifolium portulaca umbraticola arenaria uniflora diamphora cymosa trifolium carolinianum polygala curtisii crotonopsis elliptica forestiera lingustrina selaginella tortipila Opuntia ...


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A NATURALIST IN WESTERN CHINA WITH VASCULUM, CAMERA AND GUN
Ernest Henry Wilson (2011-07-07)
(Science)
ISBN: 9781108030




4000 and 5000 feet altitude, a " prickly pear " (Opuntia dillenii) has become naturalized. this american colonist has made itself very much at home, covering many miles of barren rocky slopes. it grows 6 to 10 feet tall, and when covered with ...


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LETTERS FROM ITALY, DESCRIBING THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS, ANTIQUITIES, PAINTINGS, &C. OF THAT COUNTRY, IN THE YEARS MDCCLXX AND MDCCLXXI, TO A FRIEND RESIDING IN FRANCE
Lady Anna Riggs Miller (1777)
(Italy)

on the fide of the mountain next the fea, and amongft the rocks, grows the plant Opuntia, or indian fig, on which is found the cochineal. upon the top of this grotto are ftill fome remains of an antique aqueduct, which conveyed water from serino  ...


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STRANGE BLOOMS
Jennifer Potter (2014-07-03)
(Biography & Autobiography)
ISBN: 9781782395




they joined his father's stable of tender plants, which he had skilfully kept alive and perhaps propagated, including the 'lesser indian figge (another cactus, from the Opuntia family); oranges, lemons and the borderline-hardy pomegranate, ...


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"O" LEVEL BIOLOGY EXAMINATION ARMOURY
ISBN: 9812731997




... cuticle of lower epidermis hairs inside the epidermal pit castus (Opuntia) spike-shaped leaves thick succulent stem and branches (a) (i) describe and explain the features of the oleander leaf which allows it to survive in dry conditions.


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JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN CHILE, DURING THE YEAR 1822 AND A VOYAGE FROM CHILE TO BRAZIL IN 1823
Maria Callcott (1824)
(Chile)

... plan previously understood by the officers, and by. ' enclosures, the hedges of which were made of the cactus Opuntia. correspondence between vice- admiral lord cochrane and the viceroy pezuela. 450 appendix.


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MORINGA OLEIFERA

it is planned that the co-author soon also creates a book of recipes in german language, wherein besides menus from or with nopal – the eatable cactus Opuntia streptacantha from the finca helvetia who wildly grows there – also such ...


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LANDSCAPE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE BIBLE
Thomas Hartwell Horne (1836)

... wall of the church pt. 23. samaria. grow masses of the cactus Opuntia, and a single.


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PLANT-ATMOSPHERE RELATIONSHIPS
J. Grace (2012-12-06)
(Science)
ISBN: 9789401180




... lethal temperature is about 50°c. thereare differences in the lethal temperature according to thehabitat in which the plant naturally grows:Opuntia and othersucculents of thedesert tolerate a somewhat higher temperature than most plants.


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