Plant Family Holiday Recipe Brassicaceae, Solanaceae, Capparidaceae, Rutaceae, Oleaceae, Apiaceae, Piperaceae. 1 head cauliflower 1 pint cherry tomatoes 1 tablespoon drained capers 4 teaspoons fresh lemon juice 2 teaspoons olive oil 1/4 cup fresh parsley leaves 1/4 teaspoon salt
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Things to Remember About Botanical Nomenclature
Sic enim potiusloquamur:melius est reprehendant nos grammatici quam non intelligant populi.
“Let us rather then declare: it is better that the grammarians censure us than that the public does not understand us.”
St. Augustine of Hippo (A.D. 354-430)
I 1900 Paris
II 1905 Vienna
III 1910 Brussels
IV 1926 Ithaca, NY
V 1930 Cambridge, UK
VI 1935 Amsterdam
VII 1950 Stockholm
VIII 1954 Paris
IX 1959 Montreal
X 1964 Edinburgh, UK
XI 1969 Seattle, WA
XII 1975 Leningrad, USSR
XIII 1981 Sydney
XIV 1987 Berlin
XV 1993 Tokyo
XVI 1999 St. Louis, MO
XVII 2005 Vienna
XVIII 2011 Melbourne
Ole goes out one day to use the outhouse, and he finds Sven there. Sven has his wallet out, and he's throwing money down into the hole of the outhouse. Ole asks, “Uff da! Sven, watcha doin' dere, fella? You're throwing da five dollar bill and da ten dollar bill down into the hole of da outhouse! Vatcha doin' dat for?" Sven answers, “Vell, Ole, ven I pulled up my trousers, I dropped a nickel down dere—and I'm not going down into dat mess for yust a nickel!" Ole is on his deathbed. The doctor has told him he has only a few hours to live. He catches the scent of his favorite bars wafting through the air. With all the strength he can muster, he drags himself into the kitchen and sees a fresh pan cooling on the rack. He cuts one out and bites into the scrumptious cookie. Lena comes in, smacks his hand, and says, "Shame on you, Ole! Deese are for after da funeral!"
A particular specimen designated as the permanent reference point for the name.
Duplicate specimens of the holotype collected at the same time and the same place.
Several specimens listed as reference points for the name.
All of the specimens seen and cited by the author of the name.
A type specimen later chosen from the paratypes.
A new specimen chosen if none of the original specimens or types exist.