Erythrina: Wiliwili, Erythrina Crista-Galli, Coral Bean, Erythrina Fusca, Erythrina ×bidwillii, Erythrina Variegata, Erythrina Lysistemon

 
9781155181509: Erythrina: Wiliwili, Erythrina Crista-Galli, Coral Bean, Erythrina Fusca, Erythrina ×bidwillii, Erythrina Variegata, Erythrina Lysistemon
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Chapters: Wiliwili, Erythrina Crista-Galli, Coral Bean, Erythrina Fusca, Erythrina ×bidwillii, Erythrina Variegata, Erythrina Lysistemon, Erythrina Mulungu, Erythrina Coralloides, Erythrina Vespertilio, Erythrina Caffra, Erythrina Speciosa, Erythrina Falcata, Erythrina Humeana, Erythrina Eggersii, Erythrina Megistophylla, Erythrina Sacleuxii, Erythrina Schimpffii, Erythrina Polychaeta, Erythrina Euodiphylla, Erythrina Madagascariensis, Erythrina Burana, Erythrina Ankaranensis, Erythrina Schliebenii, Erythrina Tahitensis, Erythrina Elenae, Erythrina Tuxtlana, Erythrina Perrieri, Erythrina Hazomboay, Erythrina Haerdii, Erythrina Edulis, Erythrina Sandwicensis. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 100. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: About 130, see text Erythrina (pronounced ) is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae. It contains about 130 species, which are distributed in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. They are trees, growing up to 30 m (98 ft) in height. The generic name is derived from the Greek word ó (erythros), meaning "red," referring to the flower color of certain species. Particularly in horticulture, the name coral tree is used as a collective term for these plants. "Flame trees" is another vernacular name, but may refer to a number of unrelated plants as well. Many species of Erythrina have bright red flowers, and this may be the origin of the common name. However, the growth of the branches can resemble the shape of sea coral rather than the color of Corallium rubrum specifically, and this is an alternative source for the name. Other popular names, usually local and particular to distinct species, liken the flowers' red hues to those of a male chicken's wattles, and/or the flower shape to its leg spurs. Commonly-seen Spanish names for any local ...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=434366

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