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
CASSINE
Cape Saffron (Le)
Family: CELASTRACEAE
cassis, = a helmet, commonly of metal. From Timucua tribe of Florida Indians applied to some species of Ilex, which the local Cassine resembles. (also ILEX, especially Ilex vomitaria)
(ld, K3)
Cassine barbara

Location: (K)
Now C. peragua subsp. barbara
(PS)
Cassine peragua subsp. barbara (G, La)
Dune Saffron(PS) Duine-saffraan Dune Spoonwood Lepelhout
Location: (F, K)
per, = much, very; adding force to the word to which it is attached; (through, very, completely, exceedingly) ager, agros, = territory, district, domain, the whole of the soil belonging to a community; improved or productive land, a field. (traversing the habitat) barbarus, = foreign, strange, barbarous; a foreigner, barbarian.
(LS, BL, K3, ld)
Cassine peragua subsp. paragua (G)
Bos-lepelhout(PS) Cape Saffron Forest Spoonwood Umbovane
Location: (F, K)
per, = much, very; adding force to the word to which it is attached; (through, very, completely, exceedingly) ager, agros, = territory, district, domain, the whole of the soil belonging to a community; improved or productive land, a field. (traversing the habitat)
(BL, ld, K3)
Cassine schinoides (G)
Lepelhout(PS) Spoonwood
Location: (F, K)
For Hans Schinz (1858 – 1941).** -oides, = like, resembling, having the form or nature of.
(Ch, BL)