Stackhousia

noun Stack·hou·sia \stakˈhau̇zēə\

Definition of Stackhousia

  1. :  a genus of xerophytic mostly Australasian herbs (family Stackhousiaceae) having yellow or white and often gamopetalous flowers

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Origin and Etymology of stackhousia

New Latin, from John Stackhouse †1819 English botanist + New Latin -ia


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