Moraea


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Moraea

poisonous plants in the family Iridaceae; contain a bufadienolide which causes cardiac irregularity, diarrhea, abdominal pain and sudden death; includes M. bellendini, M. bipartitia, M. graminicola, M. juncea, M. lilacina, M. polyanthos, M. polystachya, M. venenata.
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Abdul Rahman l Moraea, a citizen, claimed that there have been many similar disruptions of STC's communication networks recently, forcing many of its clients to turn to other providers.
This is of particular importance due to the environmental sensitivity of the site which hosts the world's only natural population of the near extinct Moraea aristata and the northernmost population of the endangered Western Leopard Toad.
Among the most common local endemics are a diverse array of distinctive perennials including Artemisia sieberi, Astragalus fasciculifolius, Centaurea wendelboi, Dianthus crinitus, Gladiolus italicus, Ixiolirion tataricum, Jurenia berardioides, Lactuca orientalis, Leopoldia longipes, Moraea sisyrinchium and Prunus arabica, along with a few annuals such as Helianthemum salicifolium and Hippocrepis unisiliquosa.
These include bird of paradise, clivia, daylily, gazanias, Kahili ginger, moraea iris, and Shasta daisies.
In 1739 Linnaeus commenced medical practice in Stockholm and the same year he married Sara Lisa Moraea, who was the daughter of a Swedish doctor.