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Mutisia decurrens Cav.

decurrens; from L. decurrere (from de, downwards; currere, to run), running downwards, decurrent: mostly applied to leaf blades that partly wrap or have wings around the stem or petiole and extend down along the stem

Ic. 65. t. 497. : (1799)
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    Curtis’s Botanical Magazine, t. 5223-5288, vol. 87 [ser. 3, vol. 17]: t. 5273 (1861) [W.H. Fitch]
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    L’ Illustration horticole, vol. 32: t. Illustration (1885)
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    L. van Houtte, Flore des serres et des jardin de l’Europe, vol. 23: t. 0 (1845)
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    The garden. An illustrated weekly journal of horticulture in all its branches [ed. William Robinson], vol. 24: (1883)
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    A.J. Cavanilles, Icones et descriptiones plantarum, vol. 5: t. 497 (1799) [A.J. Cavanilles]
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    B. Everarrd, Wild flowers of the world, t. 186, fig. C (1970) [B. Everard]
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    Mutisia decurrens Cav.
    J.S. Kerner, Hortus sempervirens, vol. 51: t. 605 (1821) [J.S. Kerner]


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