Grexes of Genus Serapias Starting with Letter [C]

Found 18 grex names.
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Genus Name Genus Grex Name *Status Author Year Cross
Serapias Srps camtschatea (L.) Steud. 1821 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps capensis (P.J.Bergius) L. 1771 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps capitata Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps caravata Aubl. 1775 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps carica (H.Baumann & Künkele) P.Delforge 1994 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps chloidophylla (Rchb.f.) A.A.Eaton 1908 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cilentana (Presser) Presser 2012 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps coccinea Vell. 1831 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps columnae (Rchb.f.) H.Fleischm. 1925 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps congesta Vell. 1831 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps consimilis (D.Don) A.A.Eaton 1908 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps convallarioides (Sw.) Steud. 1821 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cordata (L.) Steud. 1821 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cordigera Valid Bertol. 1763 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cossyrensis B.Baumann & H.Baumann 1999 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cucullata (Boiss. & Heldr.) A.A.Eaton 1908 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cycladum H.Baumann & Künkele 1989 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
Serapias Srps cypria 1989 Species Show Add To My Plants List for Sale or Trade
*A Status of "Valid" for a species means it is the name accepted by taxonomists per the Kew List of Monocots ; for a hybrid it means it is the correct genus according to the Royal Horticulture Society

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