Ami yarn plants. Crocheted Accessories

Ami yarn crops. Crocheted components КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: коллектив издательства Название: Ami yarn crops. Crocheted add-ons Серия: opt for BOOKS Издательство: Housewife pal CompanyГод: 2008 Формат: DjVu (RAR+3%) Размер: 7,58 МбКнига посвящена вязанию крючком цветов и листьев, которые могут быть как отдельными украшениями, так и элементами декора одежды - той изюминкой, которая придаст неповторимое очарование вашим любимым вещам. СКАЧАТЬ: RapidshareDepositfiles eighty five

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Cr. deltoidea Harv. et auct. )," which being interpreted means that Crassula arta is a new name given by Schonland for a plant which Harvey and other writers called Crassula deltoidea in ignorance of the fact that this name had already been used for another plant at an earlier date by Thunberg. Sometimes a second authority is added in brackets, as I' Thlaspi rotundifolium (Hook. "; this means that the specific name rotundijolium was originally given by Sir Joseph Hooker (Hooker filius) but the plant was put by him in another genus (Iberidella); when transferred by Gaudichaud-Beaupre to the genus Thlaspi, the specific name was retained.

But if he may not see it himself in its maturity he will nevertheless give it his best care and attention, pruning and training it as it may require during its adolescence, hoping that generations to come may reap the benefit and admire its adult perfections.

The specific epithet should, z'n general, give some indicatt'on of the appearance, the characters, the origin, the history or the properties of the species. If taken from the name of a person, it usually recalls the name oj the one who discovered or described it, or was in some way concerned 'lvith it. "XIV. Names oj men and women arid also of countries and localities used as specific epithets, may be substantives in the genitive (Glusii, saharae) or adjectives (Clusianus, dahuricus). It will be well, in the future, to avoid the use of the genitive and the adjectival form oj the same epithet to designate two different species of the same genus : for examj)le Lysimachia Hemsleyana M~axim.

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