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
For Johan Heinrich Julius Staberoh (1785 1857).**
Staberoha aemula (La)
Location: (K)
aemulus, = striving after another earnestly, emulating, rivalling, emulous. (rivalling, more or less equalling)
(ld, BL)
Staberoha banksii

Location: (K)
For Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1829).**
Staberoha cernua (La)

Location: (F, K, P)
cernuus, = with the face turned towards the earth, inclined forwards, stooping or bowing forwards. (slightly drooping, nodding; said of a flower – inclining a little from the perpendicular, so that the apex is directed towards the horizon)
(ld, BL)
Staberoha distachyos (G)

Location: (F)
dis, = twice, double; stachys, = ear of corn. (in modern botany, ‘spike’) (when things are arranged in two rows, the one opposite the other)
(LS, BL)
Staberoha vaginata (La)

Location: (P)
vagina, = a scabbard, sheath; the covering, sheath, holder of any thing; the sheath of an ear of grai, the hull, husk; (in botany occasionally the petiole embraces the branch from which it springs, and in such cases is said to be sheathing; and is even called a sheath or vagina as in grasses) -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. (sheathed)
(ld, Ox, BL)