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Brachyscome multifida "Brachyscome multifida" occurs on dry, shallow or rocky soils in sclerophyll forest or grassland in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
Lavandula multifida Lavandula multifida (fernleaf lavender, Egyptian lavender) is a small plant, sometimes a shrub, native to the southern regions of the Mediterranean, including Iberia, Sicily and the Canary Islands.
Polyhymno multifida The wingspan is about 9 mm. The forewings are dark fuscous with the markings ochreous-white. There is a fine streak along the costa from the base to the middle, then running very obliquely to near the middle of the termen, posteriorly receiving at acute angles two oblique streaks (the first postmedian) from above the fold. There are streaks from the base just above and below the fold, the upper posteriorly finely bifid, its lower branch finely connected with the postmedian streak, the lower shorter. A slender subdorsal streak is found from the base to an oblique thick streak which almost touches the base of the postmedian streak, then running along the fold to the termen. There is also a slender dorsal streak throughout, as well as a fine acute oblique streak from two-thirds of the costa to just by the apex of the preceding costal streak. The apical prominence is suffused with ochreous. The hindwings are grey.
Manilkara multifida The plant is endemic to the Atlantic Forest ecoregion in southeastern Brazil.
Polyhymno multifida Polyhymno multifida is a moth of the Gelechiidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1917. It is found in South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal).
Brachyscome multifida This species has an erect, matting growth habit growing to 45 cm in height. The foliage is fine and deeply divided, The flowerheads arise above the foliage on 4 to 40 cm long peduncles. The ray florets are mauve, pink or white and are 7 to 10 mm long. The main flowerering season is early autumn to mid winter, but the daisy-like flowerheads may appear throughout the year.
Brachyscome multifida The species was first formally described by Swiss botanist Augustin Pyramus de Candolle, his description published in the 5th volume of "Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis" in 1836. A collection was made by Allan Cunningham from Peel's Range (now Cocoparra Range) in New South Wales.
Ipomoea × multifida Ipomea" × "multifida is a hybridogenic species. Its ancestors are the "scarlet creeper" ("I. hederifolia") and the "cypress vine" ("I. quamoclit").
Manilkara multifida Manilkara multifida is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family.
Lavandula multifida The stems are grey and wooly. Leaves are double pinnate. Dark blue or blue violet flowers are borne on long stems held above the foliage.