Definition of Gentiana detonsa

1. Noun. Medium-tall fringed gentian with pale-blue to blue-purple flowers; circumboreal in distribution.

Exact synonyms: Gentianopsis Detonsa
Generic synonyms: Fringed Gentian

Lexicographical Neighbors of Gentiana Detonsa

Gennari's stria
Gentiana acaulis
Gentiana andrewsii
Gentiana calycosa
Gentiana clausa
Gentiana crinita
Gentiana detonsa (current term)
Gentiana holopetala
Gentiana lutea
Gentiana pneumonanthe
Gentiana procera
Gentiana quinquefolia
Gentiana saponaria
Gentiana thermalis
Gentiana villosa
Gentianella quinquefolia
Gentianopsid procera
Gentianopsis crinita

Literary usage of Gentiana detonsa

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bulletin by North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (Fargo) (1899)
"Gentiana detonsa Rottb. Smaller Fringed Gentian. Found in moist soils. AC Herb.: Towner 481, Jamestown. GENTIANA AMARELLA L. Gentiana acuta Michx. ..."

2. Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club by Torrey Botanical Club (1894)
"Gentiana detonsa Rottb. Act. Hafn. io: 254, /. / (1770). 3072. Gentiana ventricosa Griseb. in Hook. Fl. Bor. Am. 2 : 65, /. 752(1834). 3073. ..."

3. Memoirs by Gray Herbarium, Harvard University Gray Herbarium (1917)
"The comparative antiquity of these chiefly Siberian- American arctic-alpine types (with a few others like Gentiana detonsa, Antennaria alpina, ..."

4. Icones Plantarum: Or Figures, with Brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks William Jackson Hooker by William Jackson Hooker (1852)
"Gentiana detonsa, Fries.—Griseb. in De Cand. Prodr. v. 9. p. 101. (cum synon.) ß. barbata, Fries.—Griseb. l . c. (cum synon. ..."

5. List of Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta Growing Without Cultivation in by Botanical Club (1894)
"Gentiana detonsa Rottb. Aet. Hafn. 1 0 : 254, t. 1 (1770). 3072. Gentiana ventricosa Griseb. in Hook. Fl. Bor. Am. 2: 65, /. 152 (1834). 3073. ..."

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