Definition of Genus Darlingtonia

1. Noun. One species: California pitcher plant.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Darlingtonia

genus Dacrymyces
genus Dactylis
genus Dactyloctenium
genus Dactylopius
genus Dactylopterus
genus Dactylorhiza
genus Dahlia
genus Dalbergia
genus Dalea
genus Dama
genus Damaliscus
genus Danaea
genus Danaus
genus Daphne
genus Daphnia
genus Darlingtonia (current term)
genus Darmera
genus Dasyatis
genus Dasyprocta
genus Dasypus
genus Dasyurus
genus Datura
genus Daubentonia
genus Daucus
genus Davallia
genus Daviesia
genus Decapterus
genus Decumaria
genus Deinocheirus
genus Deinonychus

Literary usage of Genus Darlingtonia

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

1. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th Series by California academy of sciences (1876)
"The remaining genus, Darlingtonia, is a native of this State, and the only one of the group found west of the Bocky Mountains. It contains but one species, ..."

2. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1876)
"The remaining genus, Darlingtonia, is a native of this State, and the only one of the group found west of the Bocky Mountains. It contains but one species, ..."

3. The Popular Science Monthly (1893)
"The lure of the allied genus, Darlingtonia, is still more perfect. The singular, orange-red, fleshy, two-lobed organ which hangs over the pitcher's mouth ..."

4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1871)
"... in the Bibliotheque de Geneve some remarks on the genus Darlingtonia, a translation of which appeared in a horticultural journal of Philadelphia. ..."

5. The Botanists of Philadelphia and Their Work by John William Harshberger (1899)
"Professor Torrey, of New York, dedicated to him a new and splendid genus (Darlingtonia) of California plants, of the natural order ..."

6. The Botanical Text-book by Asa Gray (1853)
"A third genus, Darlingtonia, Torr., has recently been discovered in California, with calyx and corolla not very unlike those of Sarracenia, but without the ..."

7. Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York by New York Academy of Sciences (1828)
"On the Canadian i Obs. The genus Darlingtonia was established by De Candolle, in 1825.* It included only the Mimosa glandulosa and * Ann. teien. not. Jan. ..."

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