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0 references. Commons category. Buddleja incana. 0 references. GRIN URL · ?id= 1 reference. Original copperplate engraved for the Flora peruviana et chilensis. Other represented taxa: Buddleja diffusa Ruiz & Pav. [family Scrophulariaceae]. Our database entry for Buddleja incana is currently incomplete, sorry.

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Buddleja incana is a species of shrub or tree in the family Scrophulariaceae. It is native to the Andes.

The yellow to orange paniculate inflorescences have 2 — 3 orders of leafy-bracted branches bearing heads 1 — 1. Buddleja incana is called kiswar in Quechua[3] [4] kiswara in Aymara[5] quishuar in Spanish.

Buddleja, or Buddleia ; also historically given as Buddleacommonly known as the butterfly bush,[3] is a genus comprising over [4] species of flowering plants endemic to Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

The generic name bestowed by Linnaeus posthumously honoured the Reverend Adam Buddle —an English botanist and rector, at the suggestion of Dr. Houstoun sent the first plants to become known to science as buddleja B. Nomenclature The botanic name has been the source of some confusion. By modern practice of botanical Latin, the spelling of a generic name made from ‘Buddle’ would be Buddleia, but Linnaeus in his Species Plantarum of and spelled it Buddleja, with the long i between two vowels, common in early modern orthography.

The International Code of Botanical Nomenclature has gradually changed to incorporate Kiswar Quechua for buddleja incana, also spelled queshuar, quishuar, quesuar, quisoar, quisuar, quisuar may refer to: Kiswarani Aymara kiswara Buddleja incana,[2] -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, “the one with kiswara”, hispanicized spelling Quisuarani is a mountain in the Andes of Peru.

The village of Kiswarani and the Kiswarani River lie at its feet. It was founded in The aim of the project is to protect the polylepis pepei. Quishuar Quechua for Buddleja incana is an archaeological site in Peru. Archived from the original on April 19, Retrieved April 17, Kiswara lies southeast of the mountain Uyarani. Archived from the original on March 3, Retrieved September 21, The upper surfaces of the leaves are dark-green and glabrous, contrasting with the undersides which are covered in a cinnamon-brown indumentum.

The scented inflorescences comprise 3—8 pairs of head-like cymes, 0.

Kiswarniyuq lies between Suparawra in the north and Pumawiri in the south. Norman adjudged the plant to be a probable hybrid between B. The plant was first named and described by John Torrey in Kiswarani lies southeast of Pisti.

Quishuar District is one of sixteen districts of the province Tayacaja in Peru. Ethnic groups The people in the district are mainly indigenous citizens of Quechua descent. Quechua is the language which the majority of the population Retrieved April 11, Quishuarnioj is the dominating peak between the Parina valley and the Sayapata valley. It lies north of Yanajasa and southeast of Ccolcce. Padreyoc lies south-west of the mountain Salcantay and east of the mountain Corihuayrachina. Kishuara from Kiswara, the Aymara name for Buddleja incana ,[1] is one of the nineteen districts of the Andahuaylas Province in Peru.

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Other mountains are listed below: Kiswarani Q’asa Aymara kiswara Buddleja incana,[2] -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, kiswarani “the one with kiswara”, Quechua q’asa mountain pass,[3][4] “Kiswarani mountain pass” or “mountain pass with kiswara”, hispanicized spelling Quisuaraniccasa is a mountain in the Andes of Peru.

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Its summit reaches about 4, Kiswarani Q’asa lies on a long ridge which extents from west to east along the river Kirwamayu Querhuamayo south of it. Kiswarani Quishuarani is the name of a stream which flows from the ridge down to Kirwamayu. Incaja July buddlejw, The leaves are opposite, simple ovate to lanceolate, with an entire or crenate margin; they are often aromatic. The blue or white flowers are pollinated by butterflies and bjddleja.

The fruit huddleja a four-valved capsule containing four seeds. Hatun Jacacocha or Hatunjacacocha possibly from Quechua hatun big, qaqa rock, qucha lake,[1][2] “big rock lake” is a lake in Peru located in the Ancash Region, Huari Province,[3] Huantar District. Close to Hatun Jacacocha there is a smaller lake named Ichic Jacacocha[5] possibly from Quechua Ichik Qaqaqucha, ichik little, “little rock lake”. Both lakes are connected by a stream which flows to the Carhuazcancha valley Qarwakancha in the north.

Plants like kiswar Buddleja incanachampa estrella Plantago rigida and purwa or qaqapa p Ruiz had not yet completed his pharmacology studies when he was named the head botanist of the expedition.

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King Charles III of Spain was very much in favor of this type of scientific research and provided funding for several explorations in the later part of the century. Below is a list of Canadian plants by genus. Due to the vastness of Canada’s biodiversity, this page is divided.

Many of the plants seen in Canada are introduced, either intentionally or accidentally. N indicated native and X indicated exotic.

Those plants whose status is unknown are marked with a?. This list of flora of the Mojave Desert region includes the flora of the Mojave Desert and of the mountains that are encircled by the Mojave Desert. Some of this flora is well above the level of growth of Yucca brevifolia Joshua Treesthe upper reaches of which defines the outline of the Mojave Desert.

The flora buddoeja arranged in several sublists with different organizations for the convenience of encyclopedia users with different purposes – alphabetically by scientific name, alphabetically by plant family then by scientific name, by growth pattern e. Each entry in the alphabetical list by scientific name is followed by the common name s in bold and in parenthesesplant family, growth form Many lack common names.

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Many have more than one common name, but only one is listed. Native and non-native taxa are included. The reserve straddles the Mexican states of Colima and Jalisco. It is located in the transition between the Nearctic and Neotropical realms and encompasses parts of the Sierra Madre del Sur, with a nuddleja range of altitudes, climates and soils.

The effects of tectonic and volcanic activities and erosion are notable within the reserve. Ecological characteristics Forest types in the reserve including mesophytic, cloud, dry deciduous and semi-deciduous tropical forests. Anthropologists know the region as Zona de Occidente, an area notably different to the rest of Mesoamerica. Some ceramic remnants, figurines and graves have been found, but there is little other material evidence of ancient human settlement.

Extinct in the wild EW: Upper estimate additionally includes DD. Chart omits extinct EX species Vulnerable VU species are considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild. Geranium maculatum, an Ohio native, is a relative of the common bedding geranium Pelargonium x hortorum.

This list includes plants native and introduced to the state iincana Ohio, designated N and Irespectively. Varieties and subspecies link to their parent species. A Abies balsamea var. Buddleja incana topic Buddleja incana is a species of shrub or tree in the family Scrophulariaceae. Flora of Argentina Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Buddleja topic Budeleja, or Buddleia ; also historically given as Buddleacommonly known as the butterfly bush,[3] is a genus comprising over [4] species of flowering plants endemic to Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

Member feedback about Buddleja: Butterfly food plants Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Kiswar disambiguation topic Kiswar Quechua for buddleja incana, also spelled queshuar, quishuar, quesuar, quisoar, quisuar, quisuar may refer to: Member feedback about Kiswara: Mountains of Oruro Department Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

Kiswarani Cusco topic Kiswarani Aymara kiswara Buddleja incana,[2] -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, “the one with kiswara”, hispanicized spelling Quisuarani is a mountain in the Incama of Peru. Member feedback about Kiswarani Cusco: Mountains of Peru Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Member feedback about Quisuargaga: Quishuar archaeological site topic Quishuar Quechua for Buddleja incana is an archaeological site in Peru.

Member feedback about Quishuar archaeological site: Peru articles missing geocoordinate data Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Member feedback about Kiswara Bolivia: Buddleja coriacea topic Buddleja coriacea is a variable species endemic to the high Andes from the Cordillera Blanca in Peru to Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. Member feedback about Buddleja coriacea: Flora of South America Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

Member feedback about Kiswar Recuay: Mountains of Ancash Region Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Member feedback about Kiswarniyuq Ayacucho: Member feedback about Buddleja racemosa: Buddleja Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.