Index specierum varietatumque ulmorum nomine scientifico digestarum

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Ulmorum vivarum sunt circa triginta et septem species, quarum circa duodeviginti habentur ulmi montanae, duodecim ulmi agrestes, quattuor ulmi albae, et tres ulmi autumno florentes ; praeterea sunt saltem viginti et novem species exstinctae.

Species, varietates, formae[recensere | fontem recensere]


  • Ulmi fossiles
    • Ulmus braunii
    • Ulmus brownellii
    • Ulmus californica
    • Ulmus carpinoides
    • Ulmus chaneyi
    • Ulmus cordifrons
    • Ulmus depranodonta
    • Ulmus eolaciniata
    • Ulmus minima
    • Ulmus minoensis
    • Ulmus miopumila
    • Ulmus montanensis
    • Ulmus moorei
    • Ulmus newberryi
    • Ulmus okanagenensis
    • Ulmus owyheensis
    • Ulmus pancidentata
    • Ulmus paucidentata
    • Ulmus protojaponica
    • Ulmus pseudolongifolia
    • Ulmus pseudosuberosa
    • Ulmus pyramidalis
    • Ulmus pseudopyramidalis
    • Ulmus rhamnifolia
    • Ulmus speciosa
    • Ulmus stuchlikii
    • Ulmus subparvifolia
    • Ulmus tenuiservis
    • Ulmus wardii

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bilbiographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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