Such are the crowberry (Empetrum nigrum), Trientalis europaea, Rubus saxatilis and the globe-flower (Trollius europaeus).
He discovered (1823) the Pentacrinus europaeus, and showed that it was the larval form of the Feather-Star Antedon (Comatula).
HARE, the name of the well-known English rodent now designated Lepus europaeus (although formerly termed, incorrectly, L.
- The Hare (Lepus europaeus).
europaeus) and certain other allied forms. The jackass-hares of Mexico, &c., such as L.
- Skull of the Common Hare (Lepus europaeus).
The mountain hare (Lepus variabilis or timidus) replaces the common hare (Lepus europaeus) in the higher regions; though absent from the intervening plains it again appears in the north of Europe and in Scotland.
europaeus, 18 in., lemon globular; T.
Euonymus europaeus - Spindle Viburnum - Guelder Rose, &c.
Ldnnrot (1802-1884), for collecting the popular poetry of the Finns, was continued by Castren (1813-1852), Europaeus (1820-1884), and V.
Among the types of vegetation which make their appearance in Europe during the Oligocene period may be mentioned the Conifers Libocedrus salicornioides, several species of Chamaecyparis and Sequoia, Taxodium distichum and Glyptostrobus europaeus.
Ulex Strictus - rish Furze) is an uncommon variety of europaeus.
Globe-flower (Trollius Europaeus) - Grows about 15 inches high, has lemon-yellow flowers, and is an extremely variable plant, so much so that almost every locality has its particular form.
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