Definition of Genus moehringia

1. Noun. Low-growing herbs widely distributed in temperate and Arctic northern hemisphere: sandworts; distinguished from members of the genus Arenaria mainly by having four-petaled rather than five-petaled flowers.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Moehringia

genus Microtus
genus Micruroides
genus Micrurus
genus Mikania
genus Millettia
genus Miltonia
genus Mimosa
genus Mimus
genus Minuartia
genus Mirabilis
genus Mirounga
genus Mitchella
genus Mitella
genus Mnium
genus Mobula
genus Moehringia
genus Mohria
genus Mola
genus Mollienesia
genus Molluga
genus Moloch
genus Molothrus
genus Molucella
genus Molva
genus Momordica
genus Momotus
genus Monarda
genus Monardella
genus Moneses
genus Monilia

Literary usage of Genus moehringia

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1. The Flora of Berkshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of the by George Claridge Druce (1897)
"Nyman and other authorities place it in the genus Moehringia. A. serpyllifolia, Linn. Sp. PI. 423 (1753). Thyme-leaved Sandwort, Least Chickweed. ..."

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