confertus

con·fer·tus

(kon-fer'tŭs),
Arranged closely together; coalescing.
[L. confercio, pp. -fertus, to cram together, fr. farcio, to fill full, cram]
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confertus. And, very unusually, they have managed to obtain seeds of the chocolate cosmos, a plant usually only reproduced through cloning of a single plant as it's extinct in the wild.
Also catching my eye is a yellow Penstemon - P confertus. And, very unusually, they have managed to obtain seeds of the chocolate cosmos, a plant usually only reproduced through cloning of a single plant as it's extinct in the wild.
Species Young RD RF RB IV Acosmium bijugum 0.86 1.28 0.57 0.91 Acritopappus confertus 4.31 6.41 1.49 4.07 Agarista revoluta - - - - Bauhinia acuruana 3.45 3.85 2.89 3.40 Jacaranda obovata 1.72 2.56 0.98 1.76 Bonnetia stricta 0.86 1.28 0.83 0.99 Byrsonima sericea 3.45 3.85 8.11 5.13 Chamaecnsta cytisoides 1.72 1.28 1.44 1.48 Clusia nemorosa - - - - Coccoloba laevis 21.55 14.1 28.34 21.33 Coccoloba rosea 4.31 6.41 2.77 4.50 Davillafleocuosa - - - - Diptychandra epunctata 6.9 5.13 4.17 5.40 Esenbeckia grandiflora 0.86 1.28 0.66 0.93 Guapira opposita - - - - Guettarda platypoda 7.76 11.54 6.11 8.47 Hancornia speciosa 1.72 2.56 4.05 2.78 Humiria balsamifera 1.72 2.56 0.79 1.69 Kielmeyera rugosa 9.48 7.69 4.71 7.29 Lafoensia sp.
confertus, the southern subspecies, introduced into the southwestern United States from Texas (Dill and Cordone 1997).
(1984) recognized the Dimorphograptus confertus graptolite Biozone in East Baltic drill cores at the level from which B.
Frutex dioecius, confertus, spinescens, foliis ellipticis.
In all areas, preferring moist sites, grows Plantago major L.; Plantago media L, Rumex confertus Willd., Galium boreale L.
Exterior appendix grisea, constans e magna basali cellula extra prominenti et 3-4 superpositis cellulis gradatim minoribus, ex quibus confertus caespes elongatorum ac fusciorum antheridiorum gignit.
Pimephales promelas (= Pimephales promelas confertus)--UF 133555 (BU 337) (24).
pellita F.Muell., and Lophostemon confertus (R.Br.) Peter G.Wilson & J.T.Waterh.
(platanito), Cyperus giganteus, Cyperus ligularis y Cyperus confertus (cortaderas), Mimosa pygra, y Mimosa sp.