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Aizoaceae

n. 1. a natural family of succulent herbs or small shrubs mostly of South Africa but also New Zealand and North America: carpetweeds; fig marigolds.

Aizoaceae is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Aizoaceae books and related discussion.

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AIZOACEAE
AIZOACEAE. 番杏科 fan xing ke. Lu Dequan (鲁德全)1; Heidrun E.
The Aizoaceae
are in the family Aizoaceae, which is the “iceplant” family. They are all related to the “freeway” iceplant that is commonly grown in southern and central California.
AIZOACEAE
AIZOACEAE. P.S.
A new species of Tetragonia (Aizoaceae) from arid Australia
A new species of Tetragonia (Aizoaceae) from arid Australia. Telopea. 7(2):119– 127.
Pollination biology of Bergeranthus multiceps (Aizoaceae) with
Introduction.

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Homenajean al paleontólogo Florentino Ameghino, a 100 años de muerto
En honor se nombraron cerca de 110 especies, entre las que figuran "Amanita ameghinoi", "Tetragonia ameghinoi" (Aizoaceae), "Notopappus ameghinoi" (Asteraceae), "Moschopsis ameghinoi" (Calyceraceae) y "Calamagrostis ameghinoi" (Poaceae), entre otras.

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Aizoaceae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Angiosperm Families - Aizoaceae Rudolphi
Description of Aizoaceae Rudolphi, generated from a DELTA database.
Aizoaceae
Information about culture and species of this succulent family, formerly known as mesembryanthemaceae.
Genera of Aizoaceae
AIZOACEAE.
Aizoaceae
Mar 6, 2011 The Aizoaceae is a very large family, largely endemic to Southern Africa, with at least 120 genera including over 1800 species.

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