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Antidesma and others

The Antidesma is a fruiting plant that is known for its cherry-like fruits that can be made in to jam.

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Antidesma and others Set 2

The Antidesma is a fruiting plant that is known for its cherry-like fruits that can be made in to jam.

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Antidesma and others set 3

As well as Antidesma, we also have a number of other Euphorb species including Bischofia javanica, commonly used by tigers to scratch-mark territory in the jungles of Assam, Indian.

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Bernardia, Alchorneopsis, and others - complete

Bernardia is a flowering plant genus in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae, which can be found throughout the world. Common names include, would you believe, mouse's eye or mouse's ear?

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Brittlewoods and others - complete



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Cleistanthus and closely related Euphorbs

Cleistanthus, a toxic shrub, is used for deliberate self-harm in rural South India. Most of the other plants of this group are benign.

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Croton Aplenty! - complete

Join us in transcribing the Croton, an extensive flowering genus fom the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family. The US Herbarium holds many Croton specimens, and so we will be presenting several sets of these interesting plants. According to Wikipedia, "Croton" comes from the Greek kroton, which means "tick" and refers to the shape of the seeds of certain species. Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Croton Aplenty! Set 2 - complete

Join us in transcribing the Croton, an extensive flowering genus fom the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family. The US Herbarium holds many Croton specimens, and so we will be presenting several sets of these interesting plants. According to Wikipedia, Croton has been used as an herbal medicine both for constipation and as a purgative, and yet also holds much potential as a biofuel. Go figure. Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Croton Extravaganza! - complete

As promised, we have an abundance of Croton in the US Herbarium. It's a Croton party! Join us in transcribing this extensive flowering genus from the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family. Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Crotons a Twitter! - complete

This is a shout out to all of our faithful transcribers who have tweeted about their Croton transcription adventures - thank you! For everyone, join us in transcribing more Croton, an extensive flowering genus fom the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family.

Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @sylviaorli @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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