Pedata


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Pe`da´ta

    (pė`dā´tå)
n. pl.1.(Zool.) An order of holothurians, including those that have ambulacral suckers, or feet, and an internal gill.
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Nayarit, to Central USA Puebla and to Argentina Guatemala Flaveria Florestina Plant Trait ramosissima pedata Plant length (cm) (1,2,9) Up to 100 10-60 Flower color (1,2) Yellow White with purple Flowering period (1,2,3,4,5,7,8,9) Jun-Oct Jun-Nov Distribution (2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10) Endemic to Widely the xeric distributed environment at in grasslands the Tehuacan and xeric -Cuicatlan shrublands Reserve; throughout Oaxaca-Puebla, Mexico and Mexico; Guatemala; 800-1700 up to 2600 masl masl Gomphrena Kallstroemia Plant Trait decumbens rosei Plant length (cm) (1,2,9) 10-50 Up to 100 Flower color (1,2) White or pink White-light orange Flowering period (1,2,3,4,5,7,8,9) Jul-Nov Jun-Oct Distribution (2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10) Xeric shrublands Ruderal on and xeric shrublands grasslands.
The Mediterranean cuisine, prepared by Cracco protege Luca Pedata, is less out-there than at the exec chef's mothership restaurant near the Duomo, and is ably abetted by delightfully ludic cocktails (one, Alex Come Here, features milk and cornflakes).
donatellae Pedata & Evans controlo con exito a la escama de la palma Comstockiella sabalis (Comstock) en Sabal mexicana en Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas (Gaona-Garcia et al.
Viola pedata Bird's-foot Violet flowers March-June, deeply cut leaves, dry forests and clearings
stevenii 20, Poa sterilis 5, Teucrium chamaedrys 5, Bromopsis taurica 3, Fumana procumbens 3, Melica taurica 2, Teucrium capitatum 2, Potentilla pedata 1, Anthyllis vulneraria subsp.
1) Sappinia pedata, a recently identified free-living ameba that lives in soil and domestic animal feces, has caused a single, non-fatal case of non-granulomatous amebic encephalitis in an immunocompetent Texas farmer.
Hojas simples, alternas; estipulas ausentes; pecioladas; peciolo terete, de 2,5-6,5 cm de largo; lamina palmeada, de 3-6,7 (-16) x 3,7-6,7 (-14,5) cm, 4-5 lobulada, membranacea, margen aserrado, apice acuminado, base cordada, venacion pedata.