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pileum

(pī′lē-əm)
n. pl. pi·lea (-lē-ə)
The top of a bird's head, extending from the base of the bill to the nape.
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Picea spruce Picea glauca (Moench) Voss white spruce Picea mariana (Miller) BSP black spruce Pilea pumila (L.) A.
the subject of the contract is the execution of geological and geotechnical surveys and studies in order to investigate the subsoil in the area of the extension of the thessaloniki metro to macedonia airport and the extension of the pilea depot according to the following forecasts: extension to "macedonia" airport.
PILEA PEPEROMIOIDES: CHINESE MONEY PLANT This is very 'in' at the moment with its striking circular lotus-like leaves.
Los generos con mayor riqueza de especies pertenecen a las familias Urticaceae (Pilea), Solanaceae (Solanum), Rosaceae (Rubus) y Melastomatacea (Miconia).
Wang Gonostegia hirta (Blume ex 5 Hasskarl) Miquel Nanocnide lobata Weddell 14 Oreocnide frutescens (Thunberg) Miquel 7 Pilea angulata (Blume)Blumc 2 P.
Dominant herbaceous species included Cinna arundinacea, Geum vernum, Pilea pumila, and Symphyotrichum lateriflorum.
Para Monteadentro, en el estrato uno se hallaron las 60 especies registradas en esta localidad, pertenecientes a los generos Hymenophyllum, Melpomene, Elaphoglossom, Campyloneuron, Grammitis, Pteris, Terpsichore, Epidendrum, Lepanthes, Nertera, Anthurium, Bomarea, Munnozia, Dioscorea, Disterigma, Macleania, Miconia, Mikania, Oxalis, Passiflora, Pentacalia, Peperomia, Pilea, Rubus, Smilax, Solanum, Valeriana, Vallea y Viburnum.
rivinoides, Pilea pubescens, Ponthieva racemosa, Piper umbellatum y Tibouchina galeottiana.
d) Vegetacion secundaria, en donde las especies representativas son el corcho colorado (Belotia mexicana (DC.) Schum.), la yerba buena de monte (Pilea pubescens Liebm.), el guarumbo (Cecropia peltata L.) y el macus (Calathea allouia Aubl.).
The runners up were Fergie the Fresh Air Fern, submitted by a first grade class at Southgate Elementary, and a group submission from the Digital Imaging Club at Sunrise Park Elementary School named Radicchio, Pilea, Philodendron, Fittonia, and Hypoestes.
La zona estudiada alberga a su vez cinco endemismos, cuatro de ellos localizados en los Andes peruanos (Tarasa cerratei, Carex hebetata, Caiophora cirsiifolia y Senecio macrorrhizus) y un endemismo registrado en los Andes de Huanuco (Pilea dombeyana).