Species within a genus

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PENAEA
Noughts-and Crosses (Le)
Family: PENAEACEAE
For Pierre Pena (1535-1605).**
(Ch)
Penaea cneorum subsp. cneorum (G, La)
Stream Penaea(Vo)
Location: (K)
cnekos, = a plant of the thistle kind. cnekos, = pale yellow, whitish yellow. cneoron, = a plant also called thymelaea mezereon. cnida, = a sea-nettle. -orum, = of. (genitive plural.)
(LS, ld, BL)
Penaea cneorum subsp. ruscifolia (G, La)
Stream Penaea (Vo)
Location: (F)
cnekos, = a plant of the thistle kind. cnekos, = pale yellow, whitish yellow. cneoron, = a plant also called thymelaea mezereon. cnida, = a sea-nettle. -orum, = of. (genitive plural.) ruscum, rustum, = a butcher’s broom; folium, = a leaf. (the leaves are like those of the genus RUSCUS)
(LS, Ox, BL, ld, K3)
Penaea mucronata (La)
Mountain Penaea (Vo) Noughts-and-crosses (Wf)
Location: (F, K)
mucro, = a sharp point or edge; -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. mucronatus, = pointed. (mucronate; abruptly terminated by a hard sharp point)
(ld, BL, Ox)