Definition of Genus Haastia

1. Noun. Genus of New Zealand mat-forming herbs or subshrubs: vegetable sheep.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Haastia

genus Gymnadeniopsis
genus Gymnelis
genus Gymnocalycium
genus Gymnocarpium
genus Gymnocladus
genus Gymnogyps
genus Gymnopilus
genus Gymnorhina
genus Gymnosporangium
genus Gymnura
genus Gynura
genus Gypaetus
genus Gyps
genus Gypsophila
genus Gyromitra
genus Haastia (current term)
genus Habenaria
genus Hackelia
genus Haemanthus
genus Haematobia
genus Haematopus
genus Haematoxylon
genus Haematoxylum
genus Haemodorum
genus Haemopis
genus Haemoproteus
genus Haemulon
genus Hakea
genus Halcyon
genus Haldea

Literary usage of Genus Haastia

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

1. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"... instances of this is afforded by the species of the genus Haastia, which are shown on p. 188. In the genus Echinops a large number of one-flowered ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish academy (1883)
"Hooker, and one of these being a new species of the genus Haastia, he has paid me the compliment of calling by my name. Speaking of it, he says : " This ..."

3. The Intellectual Observer (1867)
"Nearly allied to Raoulia is the genus Haastia, named by Dr. Hooker in honour of Dr. Julius Haast. The plants have a very similar habit to Raoulia, ..."

4. The High Alps of New Zealand, Or, A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes by William Spotswood Green (1883)
"Some unfamiliar forms were also present;2 one, which turned out to be a species of the genus Haastia,3 new to science, we discovered at an elevation ..."

5. Aorangi: Or, The Heart of the Southern Alps, New Zealand by Malcolm Ross (1892)
"... such as the mountain-daisy and an alpine buttercup, were collected, and one plant of the genus Haastia, new to science, was met with as high as 6500ft. ..."

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