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   Den Virtuella Floran
The Virtual Flower. Though the interface is in Swedish, you can also enter the name of a flower in English, German, Danish, Finnish, or the botanical name.
URL: http://linnaeus.nrm.se/flora/welcome.html
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   Flowerbase
A search engine with botanical names, as well as in English, French, German, Swedish, Danish, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch.
URL: http://gbni.glasshouse.nl/prg/gbni?firm=flowerbase
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   Noble Foundation Plant Image Gallery
Provided by the Noble Foundation, a charitable foundation located in Ardmore, Oklahoma that focuses on agriculture and plant biology, this site contains images of over 600 vascular plants native primarily to the Oklahoma-Texas region.
URL: http://www.noble.org/imagegallery
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   Plant Image Gallery
Created and maintained by Thomas Schoepke of the Institute of Pharmacy at Greifswald University, this site may prove useful to both botanists and biology students. Behind the straightforward interface is a database of some 2,000 high-quality images of plants, mainly from Europe, Costa Rica, Japan, and the Galapagos Islands.
URL: http://www.plant-pictures.com
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   The Language of Flowers
An index of flowers by names and by their meanings based on nineteenth century books.
URL: http://www.cybercom.net/~klb/flowers.html
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   PlantCare.com
Database of plant care information for over 1,300 species of house and greenhouse plants.
URL: http://www.plantcare.com/
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   Plant Invaders
Database of exotic plant names and weed distribution records for five states in the northwestern United States.
URL: http://invader.dbs.umt.edu/
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   Siberian Iris of the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden [Ken Walker]
Siberian iris are, for the most part, native to asia. They are divided into two groups: those with 28 chromosomes, including the familar garden siberians, and those with 40 chromosomes. That later are sometimes called sino-siberians because they are mostly native to China. Most of the siberian iris in the UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens are sino-siberians.
URL: http://home.pacbell.net/kenww/bbg_iris/bbg_siberian/bbg_siberian.html
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   Carl Axel Magnus Lindman: Bilder ur Nordens Flora
(1901-1905) This is a mirror of the 581 images from C.A.M. Lindman's Flora with kind permission from Project Runeberg (Sweden). All images have been processed by Dr. Gerhard Keuck to remove background and improve contrast. of all processed images by Dr. Gerhard Keuck, 1999.
URL: http://caliban.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de/~stueber/lindman/

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