Thesium

Thesium

[′thē·sē·əm]
(botany)
The hymenium of the apothecium in lichens.
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& Kit.) Gren., Ophrys insectifera L., Thesium alpinum L.) types.
(London: Ex Officinia Mosis Pitt, 1678), second pagination sequence, 183-86, in "Examen Thesium Theologicarum Jacobi Capelli ...
See also Thomas Erastus (Lieber), Seventy-five Theses and Confirmatio Thesium (1568), the former being translated into English in 1659.
1818 ("Thesioideae").--Type: Thesium L., 1753.--Validated by a description in German.
He states one in his Examen Thesium Gomari, written in 1604.
montanum 1, Thalictrum minus 1, Veronica orientalis 1, Ajuga orientalis r, Draba cuspidata r, Carex otrubae r, Minuartia setacea r, Ranunculus oreophilus r, Thesium brachyphyllum r, Trinia glauca r.
Typical semiparasites of the Mediterranean maquis, such as Osyris alba, Thesium bergeri, and Viscum cruciatum, occur in the rock crevices, together with typical vines of the maquis.