0 references. Commons category. Buddleja incana. 0 references. GRIN URL · ?id= 1 reference. Original copperplate engraved for the Flora peruviana et chilensis. Other represented taxa: Buddleja diffusa Ruiz & Pav. [family Scrophulariaceae]. Our database entry for Buddleja incana is currently incomplete, sorry.

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Anthropologists know the region as Zona de Occidente, an area notably different to the rest of Mesoamerica. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Buddleja incana – Wikispecies

Flora of Ohio Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. The leaves are lanceolate in most species, and arranged in opposite pairs on the stems alternate in one species, B. Member feedback about Kiswarani: Flora of South America Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Several interspecific hybrids have been made, notably B. Buddleja mendozensis Gillies ex. Buddleja incana is a species of shrub or tree in the family Scrophulariaceae.

Coats, Garden Shrubs and Their Historiess. Member feedback about Buddleja: Geranium maculatum, an Ohio native, is a relative of bddleja common bedding geranium Pelargonium x hortorum.

Buddleja incana

buddlema Popular garden cultivars include ‘Royal Red’ reddish-purple flowers’Black Knight’ very dark purple’Sungold’ golden yellowand ‘Pink Delight’ pure pink. Mountains of Peru Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Lakes of Peru Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Huddleja is the dominating peak between the Parina valley and the Sayapata valley. Hatun Jacacocha or Hatunjacacocha possibly from Quechua hatun big, qaqa rock, qucha lake,[1][2] “big rock lake” is a lake in Peru located in the Ancash Region, Huari Province,[3] Huantar District.


Ethnic groups The people in the district are mainly indigenous citizens of Quechua descent. Member feedback about Kiswara: Many have more than one common name, but only one is listed.

A Abies balsamea var. List of flora of Ohio topic Geranium maculatum, an Ohio native, is a relative of the common bedding geranium Pelargonium x hortorum.

Buddleja incana is called kiswar in Quechua[3] [4] kiswara in Aymara[5] quishuar in Spanish. The upper surfaces of the leaves are dark-green and glabrous, contrasting with the undersides which are covered in a cinnamon-brown indumentum.

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Buddleja Butterfly food plants Lamiales genera. Member feedback about Kiswarniyuq Ayacucho: Over 60 species are native through the New World from the southern United States south to Chile, while many other species are found in the Old World, in Africa, and parts of Asia, but all are absent as natives from Europe and Australasia.

The genus Buddleja is now included again in the Ibcana familysynonym: Member feedback about Quishuarnioj: Mountains of Oruro Department Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. buddlej

List of flora of the Mojave Desert region topic This list of flora of the Mojave Desert region includes the flora of the Mojave Desert and of the inana that are encircled by the Mojave Desert. Mountains incanaa Ancash Region Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

Member feedback about Padreyoc Cusco: Wikispecies has information related to Buddleja. Padreyoc lies south-west of the mountain Salcantay and east of the mountain Corihuayrachina.

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The International Code of Botanical Nomenclature has gradually changed to incorporate stricter rules about orthographic variantsand as of the edition requires article 60, particularly Upper estimate additionally includes DD. Buddleja lindleyana Fortune ex Lindl. Native and non-native taxa are included. Member feedback about Quishuar archaeological site: Member feedback about Kishuara District: Integrated Taxonomic Information System.

Retrieved 10 April The leaves are opposite, simple ovate to lanceolate, with an entire or crenate incxna they are often aromatic. The plant was first named and described by John Torrey in It is native to the Andes. It was founded in Chart omits buddljea EX species Vulnerable VU species are considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

Retrieved from ” https: Member inana about List of flora of the Sonoran Desert Region by common name: Retrieved September 21, Oftiaceaehaving earlier been classified under ScrophulariaceaeLoganiaceae and, originally, Buddlejaceae.

Liu Buddleja tibetica W. Kishuara from Kiswara, the Aymara name for Buddleja incana ,[1] is one of the nineteen districts of the Andahuaylas Province in Peru.