- Proceedings of the United States National Museum
- arched (much more so than in T. saxorum) ; second cubital cell long, third cubital, 832 (1136 in T. saxorum) ; T.
- STREPTOCARPUS By Betty Tapping THE GENUS
- Stem Cuttings: Streptocarpus like S.holstii, S saxorum, and S. kirkii are grown as trailing plants with succulent stems.
- THE ASTERACEAE OF NORTHWESTERN PICO ZUNIL, A CLOUD
- Quetzaltenango: Ageratina pichinchensis, A. prunellaefolia, A. saxorum, Koanophyllon coulteri, Stevia triflora, and Telanthophora cobanensis.
- I. Nouns: The Five Declensions II. Adjectives
- saxorum patrum matrum siderum ignium manuum rerum. Dat puellis viris saxis patribus matribus sideribus ignibus manibus rebus.
- Finally, a name to go with the plant
- Some other varieties of the Cape Primrose are S. saxorum. This is known as 'False African Violet.
- Streptocarpus saxorum
- S. saxorum was first described in 1983 from material found on rocks by C. Holst.
- Berberis saxorum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Berberis saxorum is a species of plant in the Berberidaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montanes.
- The German colonists. The Universitas Saxorum
- The "Universitas Saxorum", the Saxon Community, lasted until 1876.
- Saxorum Quartet - "Suite Hellenique" by Pedro Iturralde - YouTube
- Aug 30, 2010 Saxorum Quartet LIVE @ Musica in festa, Staffolo (AN), Italy.
- The Hummingbird Forum: Streptocarpus saxorum
- Some of you may have this plant, Streptocarpus saxorum or False African violet as a houseplant.
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