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red maids:

see purslanepurslane,
common name for some plants of the Portulaceae, a family of herbs and a few small shrubs, chiefly of the Americas. The portulacas or purslanes (genus Portulaca) include many species indigenous to the United States. The pussley, or common purslane (P.
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(A) Puya raimondii, (B) Aristeguietia ballii, (C) Solanum acaule, (D) Bomarea dulcis, (E) Saxifragamagellanica, (F) Misbrookeastrigosissima, (G) Salpichroa glandulosa, (H) Chuquiraga spinosa, (I) Austrocylindropuntia floccosa, (J) Werneria nubigena, (K) Calandrinia acaulis, (L) Nasa magnifica, (M) Nasa cymbopetala, (N) Phyllactis rigida, (O) Poa lilloi, (P) Senecio condimentarius.
Hershkovitz, "Leaf morphology of Calandrinia and Montiopsis (Portulacaceae)," Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, vol.
peruvianum, Paronichya andina, Euphorbia raphanorrhyza, Vicia graminea, Gentiana sedifolia, Phacelia bipinnatifida, Stachys herrerae, Anthericum eccremorrhizum, Nothoscordum andicola, Peperomia verruculosa, Calandrinia acaulis, Galium aparine, Ribes brachybotrys, Verbena sp.
Entonces, son especies caracteristicas de este nuevo orden: Calandrinia alba (Ruiz & Pav.) DC., Cryptantha limensis I.M.
This flowering is most spectacular in the coastal lomas communities, dominated by perennial and annual herbaceous plants belonging to the genera Allionia (Nyctaginaceae), Argylia (Bignoniaceae), Caesalpinia (Leguminosae), Calandrinia and Portu-laca (both Portulacaceae), Cristaria (Malvaceae), Eragrostis (Poaceae), Leptoglossis (Solanaceae), and Nolana (Nolanaceae).
Montiaceae Calandrinia acaulis Kunth h -- Montia fontana L.