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  1. Hackelia, genus Hackelia, Lappula, genus Lappula(noun)

    stickweed; beggar's lice

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  1. Hackelia

    Hackelia is a genus of plants in the Borage Family, Boraginaceae. They are found in North America and southeast Asia. Of the approximately 40 species described, 10 are endemic to California. The genus was named after Eduard Hackel, an Austrian botanist. Selected species: ⁕Hackelia amethystina - amethyst stickseed ⁕Hackelia bella - greater showy stickseed ⁕Hackelia brevicula - Poison Canyon stickseed ⁕Hackelia californica - California stickseed ⁕Hackelia cinerea - gray stickseed ⁕Hackelia cronquistii - Cronquist's stickseed ⁕Hackelia cusickii - Cusick's stickseed ⁕Hackelia diffusa - Spreading stickseed ⁕Hackelia floribunda - manyflower stickseed ⁕Hackelia hispida - showy stickseed ⁕Hackelia micrantha - Jessica sticktight ⁕Hackelia mundula - pink stickseed ⁕Hackelia nervosa - Sierra stickseed ⁕Hackelia setosa - bristly stickseed ⁕Hackelia sharsmithii - Sharsmith's stickseed ⁕Hackelia velutina - velvet stickseed ⁕Hackelia venusta - lesser showy stickseed ⁕Hackelia virginiana - beggar's lice

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