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
Finger Millet(Le)
From Eleusis, a Greek city where the goddess of grain, Demeter (Ceres in Latin), was worshipped. Triptolemus, to whom Ceres had imparted for all mankind valuable grains and the knowledge of agriculture, built a magnificent temple to Ceres at Eleusis, and established the worship of the goddess, under the name of the Eusinian mysteries, which, in their spendour and solemnity of their observance, surpassed all other religious celebrations among the Greeks.
(Le, Bu)
Eleusine coracana subsp. africana (G, La)
African Finger Millet(PS)
Location: (K, P)
corax, = a raven or crow; anything hooked like a raven’s beak; -anus, = indicates position, connexion or possession by. africa, = Africa; -anus, = belonging to, connected with, pertaining to, used to form adjectives from nouns, particularly from geographical and personal names. africanus, = pertaining to Africa, African. (from Africa)
(LS, BL, ld)