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Floræ Austriacæ, sive, Plantarum selectarum in Austriæ archiducatu : sponte crescentium icones, ad vivum coloratæ, et descriptionibus, ac synonymis illustratæ / opera et sumptibus Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  Volume 2 of 5

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  Name as PrintedCurrent NameCommon Name  
  1. Agaricus OstreatusView illustration 
  2. Allium flavum Allium tauricumView illustrationPlant info
  3. Althæa cannabina Althaea cannabinaView illustrationPlant info
  4. Althæa hirsuta Althaea hirsutahairy marshmallowView illustrationPlant info
  5. Anemone narcissiflora Anemonastrum narcissiflorumView illustrationPlant info
  6. Anthericum ramosum Anthericum ramosumView illustrationPlant info
  7. Arenaria FasciculataView illustration 
  8. Astragalus austriacus Jacq.View illustration 
  9. Astragalus MontanusView illustration 
  10. Boletus RamosissimusView illustration 
  11. Boletus RugosusView illustration 
  12. Bupleurum falcatum Bupleurum rossicumView illustrationPlant info
  13. Byronica DioicaView illustration 
  14. Campanula alpina Jacq.View illustration 
  15. Campanula sibirica L. Campanula sibiricaView illustrationPlant info
  16. Carduus EriophorusView illustration 
  17. Carduus serratuloides Cirsium serratuloidesView illustrationPlant info
  18. Caucalis daucoides L.View illustration 
  19. Cerinthe minor L.View illustration 
  20. Chærophyllum aromaticum L.View illustration 
  21. Chærophyllum hirsutum Chaerophyllum cicutariaView illustrationPlant info
  22. Chærophyllum sylvestre L.View illustration 
  23. Cineraria CordifoliaView illustration 
  24. Cineraria Cordifolia auriculataView illustration 
  25. Cineraria CrispaView illustration 
  26. Cineraria Integrafolia alpinaView illustration 
  27. Cineraria Integrafolia pratensisView illustration 
  28. Cineraria LongifoliaView illustration 
  29. Conium maculatum L. Conium maculatumpoison hemlock, cigue maculee, cigue tachetee, deadly hemlock, poison parsley, poison-hemlockView illustrationPlant info
  30. Daphne laureola L.View illustration 
  31. Doronicum austriacum Jacq.View illustration 
  32. Draba aizoides L.View illustration 
  33. Eryngium campestre Eryngium campestrefield eryngoView illustrationPlant info
  34. Euphorbia falcata Euphorbia falcatasickle spurgeView illustrationPlant info
  35. Gentiana acaulis L.View illustration 
  36. Gentiana ciliata Gentianopsis ciliataView illustrationPlant info
  37. Gentiana pannonica Scop.View illustration 
  38. Hedysarum ObscurumView illustration 
  39. Helleborus viridis Helleborus viridisgreen helleboreView illustrationPlant info
  40. Heracleum AngustifoliumView illustration 
  41. Heracleum ElegansView illustration 
  42. Heracleum LongifoliumView illustration 
  43. Hesperis tristis L.View illustration 
  44. Hieracium AlpestreView illustration 
  45. Hieracium MolleView illustration 
  46. Hieracium montanum Na|2geli & PeterView illustration 
  47. Hieracium PumilumView illustration 
  48. Hyacinthus comosus L.View illustration 
  49. Hyacinthus racemosus L.View illustration 
  50. Inula ensifolia L.View illustration 
  51. Inula germanica L.View illustration 
  52. Isopyrum thalictroides L.View illustration 
  53. Laserpitium AquilegiæfoliumView illustration 
  54. Laserpitium prutenicum L.View illustration 
  55. Laserpitium siler L.View illustration 
  56. Laserpitum latifolium L.View illustration 
  57. Leontodon hastilus Leontodon hastilisView illustrationPlant info
  58. Lepidium alpinum SieversView illustration 
  59. Lepidium PetræumView illustration 
  60. Ligusticum AustriacumView illustration 
  61. Lycopodium helveticum L. Lycopodium helveticumView illustrationPlant info
  62. Lycopsis PullaView illustration 
  63. Lythrum hyssopifolia Lythrum hyssopifoliahyssop loosestrifeView illustrationPlant info
  64. Marrubium peregrinum Marrubium civiceView illustrationPlant info
  65. Myagrum austriacum (Crantz) Jacq.View illustration 
  66. Myagrum saxatile (L.) L.View illustration 
  67. Nepeta pannonica Nepeta nudaView illustrationPlant info
  68. Orchis abortiva L.View illustration 
  69. Orchis coriophora L.View illustration 
  70. Orchis ornithis Jacq.View illustration 
  71. Orchis sambucina Dactylorhiza sambucinaView illustrationPlant info
  72. Ornithogalum pyrenaicum L.View illustration 
  73. Pedicularis incarnata L.View illustration 
  74. Pedicularis spica FoliosaView illustration 
  75. Peltaria alliacea Jacq.View illustration 
  76. Peziza CoccineaView illustration 
  77. Phaca frigida Astragalus frigidusView illustrationPlant info
  78. Potentilla alba L.View illustration 
  79. Potentilla clusiana Jacq.View illustration 
  80. Potentilla rupestris L.View illustration 
  81. Pyrus nivalis Pyrus nivalisView illustrationPlant info
  82. Ranunculus alpestris L.View illustration 
  83. Reseda phyteuma L.View illustration 
  84. Rosa CollinaView illustration 
  85. Rosa PumilaView illustration 
  86. Salvia austriaca Jacq.View illustration 
  87. Scandix anthriscus L.View illustration 
  88. Scilla bifolia Scilla nivalisView illustrationPlant info
  89. Selinum sylvestre L.View illustration 
  90. Senecio nemorensis L. Senecio nemorensisView illustrationPlant info
  91. Senecio sarracenicus L. Senecio sarracenicusView illustrationPlant info
  92. Seseli GlaucumView illustration 
  93. Seseli hippomarathrum Jacq.View illustration 
  94. Silene quadrifida Ixoca quadrifidaView illustrationPlant info
  95. Sisymbrium strictissimum L.View illustration 
  96. Tordylium maximum L.View illustration 
  97. Tozzia alpina L.View illustration 
  98. Verbascum phoeniceum Verbascum phoeniceumpurple mulleinView illustrationPlant info
  99. Veronica montana Veronica montanaView illustrationPlant info
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