Definition of Polybotrya

1. Noun. Tropical American ferns; usually terrestrial when young but scandent later.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polybotrya

Polonizing
Polska
Poltava
Polwarth
Polwarths
Polya's operation
Polya gastrectomy
Polyangiaceae
Polyangium
Polyanna
Polyborus
Polyborus cheriway audubonii
Polyborus plancus
Polybotria
Polybotria cervina
Polybotrya (current term)
Polybotrya cervina
Polycillin
Polycirrus
Polydactylus
Polydactylus virginicus
Polyergus
Polyergus rufescens
Polyfilla
Polygala
Polygala alba
Polygala lutea
Polygala paucifolia
Polygala senega

Literary usage of Polybotrya

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Species Filicum: Being Descriptions of the Known Ferns, Particularly of Such by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1864)
"Polybotrya, HBK Nov. Gen. Am. 1. p. 23. t. 2. Willd. Sp. 'PL vp 99. ... This is, however, the one on which the genus Polybotrya was established. 104. ..."

2. Select Extra-tropical Plants by Ferdinand von Mueller (1895)
"Acacia polybotrya, Bentham. New South Wales and Queensland. Attains a height of 40 feet and yields, according to Mr. ..."

3. Select Extra-tropical Plants, Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1895)
"Acacia polybotrya, Bentham. New South Wales and Queensland. Attains a height of 40 feet and yields, according to Mr. ..."

4. Historia filicum: An Exposition of the Nature, Number and Organography of by John Smith (1875)
"This genus is founded upon a very peculiar Fern, a native of the Philippine Islands, and was originally placed by me under Polybotrya. ..."

5. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1908)
"(Polybotrya J. Sm. Journ. of Bot. 3 (1871) 401). ... This plant is not Polybotrya. ... L. Wilkesiana (Polybotrya Brack., Wilkes Expl. Exped. ..."

6. Ferns: British and Exotic by Edward Joseph Lowe, Alexander Francis Lydon, Benjamin Fawcett (1867)
"Polybotrya—From the Greek, polys—many, and botrys—a raceme. A VERY handsome Fern. An evergreen stove species, with a scandent habit, climbing more than ..."

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