Definition of Genus stanleya

1. Noun. Prince's plume.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Stanleya

genus Spirochaeta
genus Spirodela
genus Spirogyra
genus Spirula
genus Spizella
genus Spodoptera
genus Spondias
genus Sporobolus
genus Spraguea
genus Spyeria
genus Squalus
genus Squatina
genus Squilla
genus Stachys
genus Stanhopea
genus Stanleya
genus Stapelia
genus Staphylea
genus Staphylococcus
genus Staurikosaurus
genus Steatornis
genus Steganopus
genus Stegosaurus
genus Stelis
genus Stellaria
genus Stenocarpus
genus Stenochlaena
genus Stenopelmatus
genus Stenopterygius
genus Stenotaphrum

Literary usage of Genus stanleya

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1. The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art by Canadian Institute (1849-1914) (1860)
"... so that the fruit seems elevated on a stalk within the flower, a circumstance not unknown in Brassicaceae, as is seen in the remarkable genus Stanleya. ..."

2. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1844)
"... by the existence of a genus Stanleya, from naming one of the new genera discovered during the expeditions in the interior of Guiana, under authority of ..."

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