Liparia calycina (G) Fleeting Silver Pea (Vo) Location: (F, K)
calyx, = the cup or calyx of a flower, a flower bud;
(covering of a flower or fruit);
-inus, = indicateing material or colour, hence possession or resemblance.
(belonging to the calyx, with a well developed calyx) (LS, BL)
Liparia hirsuta (La) Common Hard-leaved Pea(PS) Gewone Hardeblaar-ertjie Location: (F)
hirsutus, = rough, shaggy, bristly, prickly, hirsute.
(hirsute, covered with fairly coarse and stiff long erect or ascending straight hairs) (ld, BL)
splendeo, splendens, = to shine, be bright; to gleam, glitter; brilliant;
(shining, gleaming, brilliant)
come, = the hair; the foliage, leaves of trees.
coma, = the hair of the head.
anthos, = a flower, the bloom of a flower.
(tuft of hair) (ld, BL, LS)
Liparia umbellifera (La) Rare Pea (Vo) Location: (F)
umbra, = a shade, shadow; the dark part of a painting, shade, shadow;
umbella, = (metonymically, a little shadow), a sunshade, parasol, umbrella.
fero, ferre, = to bear, carry, bring.
(bearing umbels of flowers) (ld, BL)
Liparia vestita (La) Silver Pea (Vo) Location: (F, K, P)