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Botanical Synonym results for "Thibaudia":

"Thibaudia acuminata" - Cavendishia bracteata
"Thibaudia bracteata" - Cavendishia bracteata
"Thibaudia coarctata" - Psammisia coarctata
"Thibaudia laurifolia" - Vaccinium laurifolium
"Thibaudia lucida" - Vaccinium lucidum
"Thibaudia martii" - Cavendishia martii
"Thibaudia myrtoides" - Vaccinium myrtoides
"Thibaudia pubescens" - Cavendishia pubescens
"Thibaudia retusa" - Vaccinium retusum
"Thibaudia rupestris" - Macleania rupestris
"Thibaudia varingifolia" - Vaccinium varingifolium
All the "Thibaudia" from our database

including currently available Thibaudia, and Thibaudia for which we do not have a current source.

Inga thibaudiana
Thibaudia acuminata
Thibaudia bracteata
Thibaudia coarctata
Thibaudia floribunda
Thibaudia grantii
Thibaudia laurifolia
Thibaudia lucida
Thibaudia martii
Thibaudia myrtoides
Thibaudia panurensis
Thibaudia pubescens
Thibaudia quereme
Thibaudia retusa
Thibaudia rupestris
Thibaudia tarapotana
Thibaudia varingifolia
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Herbal Medicinal names frequently refer to the part of the plant used and a version of the Latin name, for example "Belladonnae Radix", are the roots of Atropa belladonna ( the botanical name is sometimes written Atropa bella-donna )

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