Species within a genus

Genus: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
CULLUMIA
Bush Thistle (Wf) Steekhaarbos (Le)
Family: ASTERACEAE
For the Rev. Sir John Cullum (1733 - 1785) and his brother, Sir Thomas Cullum (1741 - 1831).**
(Ch)
Cullumia setosa var. araneosa (La)
Prickly Daisy(Vo) Sprawling Bush Thistle(Wf)
Location: (K)
saeta, seta, = a thick, stiff hair, a bristle; of the spiny leaves of coniferous trees; (a bristle, bristle-like organ, as the fruit-stalk of a (sporophore) moss) -osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development. saetosus, setosus, = full of coase hairs or bristles, bristly, setous. aranea, = a spider; a spider’s web, cobweb; -osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development; araneosus, = full of spiders’ webs, similar to cobwebs.
(ld, BL)
Cullumia setosa var. microcephala (La, G)
Prickly Daisy(Vo) Sprawling Bush Thistle (Wf)
Location: (F)
saeta, seta, = a thick, stiff hair, a bristle; of the spiny leaves of coniferous trees; (a bristle, bristle-like organ, as the fruit-stalk of a (sporophore) moss) -osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development. saetosus, setosus, = full of coase hairs or bristles, bristly, setous. mikros, = little, small; petty, mean, trivial insignificant; cephale, = head; -alis, -aris, = belonging or pertaining to, resembling, provided with.
(ld, BL, LS)
Cullumia setosa var. setosa (La)
Steekhaarbos(PS)
Location: (K)
saeta, seta, = a thick, stiff hair, a bristle; of the spiny leaves of coniferous trees; (a bristle, bristle-like organ, as the fruit-stalk of a (sporophore) moss) -osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development. saetosus, setosus, = full of coase hairs or bristles, bristly, setous.
(ld, BL)
Cullumia squarrosa (La)
Coast Bush Thistle(Wf) Grootsteekhaarbos (PS)
Location: (F, K)
squaleo, = to be stiff or rough from slovenliness or want of care; to be filthy, neglected, squalid; -osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development. squarrosus, = scurfy, scabby, scalled. (squarose, i.e. rough with scales, tips of bracts etc., projecting outwards usually at about 90º)
(ld, BL, Ox)