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
HERMAS
Tinderleaf (Wf) Tontelblaar (Le)
Family: APIACEAE
W.P.U. Jackson proposed that it might commemorate Hermas, the 1st or 2nd century author of the work called The Good Shepherd, a work treated with great authority in ancient times and ranked with the Holy Bible, but there is no evidence for this. This genus Hermas in the Apiaceae was published in 1771 by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.
(Ch)
Hermas capitata (La)
Dwarf Tinder-leaf(PS)
Location: (F, K)
caput, = of things; the head, top, summit, point, end, extremity; -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. capitatus, = having a head. (capitate, with a knob-like head or tip)
(ld, BL)
Hermas capitata var. minima [Now H. capitata)] (La)
Dwarf Tinder-leaf(PS)
Location: (F)
caput, = of things; the head, top, summit, point, end, extremity; -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. capitatus, = having a head. (capitate, with a knob-like head or tip) parvus, = little, small, petty, puny, inconsiderable. minor, = less, lesser, smaller, inferior. minimus, =, very small, very little; least, smallest. (head like inflorescence; smallest plant in Genus)
(ld, BL, An)
Hermas ciliata (La)
Doily Tinder-leaf(PS) Tonteldoekblom
Location: (F, K)
cilium, = an eyelid; cilium, = delicate hairs resembling eyelashes, especially such as form a fringe to the margins of leaves; -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. (fringed or surrounded with hairs or fine bristles) (has leaves with finely serrulate-ciliate margins)
(ld, Ox, BL, An)
Hermas quercifolia (La)
Oak-leaved Tinder-leaf(PS)
Location: (K)
quercus, = an oak, oak-tree; folium, = a leaf.
(ld)
Hermas quinquedentata (La)
Spiny Tinder-leaf(PS)
Location: (F, K)
quinque, = five; dens, dentis, = a tooth; -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. dentatus, = having teeth; toothed. dentated, spiked, pointed. (with five teeth or notches)
(ld, BL)
Hermas villosa (La)
True Tinderleaf(Wf) Common Tinder-leaf(PS)
Location: (F, K)
villus, = shaggy hair, a tuft of hair; (long weak hairs) -osus, = indicates abundance or full or marked development. villosus, = hairy, shaggy, rough. (villous, i.e. shaggy with fairly long soft straight not interwoven ascending hairs) (leaves are hairy, shaggy)
(ld, BL, An)