Scientific Name

Dove, mourning Downy mildew of grape Dragon's blood

Drimys

Duckweed

Dulse

Dung mosses

(on dung of carnivores) Dung mosses

(on dung of herbivores) Dutch elm disease, causal agent of Dutchman's breeches Dyer's woad

Dyes, sources of—see listing

Eagle, golden

Earth star

Earthworm

Ebony

Eelworm (nematode)

Eelworm (nematode) fungi, those that trap with constricting rings Eelworm (nematode) fungi, those that trap with passive rings Eggplant Elephant Elephant ears Elk

Elm, American Elm bark beetle

Endive

Endive, Belgian

Ergot

Ermine

Eucalyptus, source of bark/wood for tannins Eucalyptus, Tasmanian giant Eucalyptus oil, source of

Euglenoid

Zenaidura macroura Plasmopora viticola Dracaena spp., Daemonorops spp.

Drimys winteri and other Drimys spp.

Lemna spp., Wolffia spp., and others

Rhodymenia spp.

Tayloria spp.

Splachnum spp.

Ophiostoma ulmi/O. nova-ulmi Dicentra cucullaria Isatis tinctoria in Appendix 3 Aguila chrysautos Geaster spp. and others Lumbricus spp. and others Diospyros ebenum member of Class Nematoda, Phylum Aschelminthes, Kingdom Animalia Dactylaria spp., Arthrobotrys actyloides

Dactylella spp. Solanum melongena Elephas spp., Loxodonta spp. Colocasia spp. Cervus canadensis Ulmus americana Hylurgopinus rufipes, Scolytus multistriatus Cichorium endivia ssp. divaricatum Cichorium intybus Claviceps purpurea Mustela erminea

Eucalyptus wandoo Eucalyptus regnans Eucalyptus spp.; there are more than 250 spp. of Eucalyptus member of Phylum Euglenophyta, Kingdom Protista

Fennel Fenugreek

Fern(s), adder's tongue Fern(s), amphibious Fern(s), aquatic (floating) Fern(s), source of astringent

Fern, bird's foot Fern, bird's nest Fern, Boston Fern, bracken Fern, Brazilian tree

(Fig. 21.25) Fern used in treating burns Fern, chain Fern, cinnamon Fern, climbing (Asian) Fern(s) used in treating coughs

Fern(s) used in treating dandruff Fern used in treating diabetes Fern(s) used in treating diarrhea Fern(s) used as diuretic

Fern(s) source of dyes

Fern(s) used in treating dysentery Fern used in treating eczema Fern used in treating eye diseases Fern used to reduce fevers Fern, five-finger Fern(s) used as food

Fern(s), fossil

Fern, goldback Fern, holly Fern(s) used by hummingbirds

Foeniculum vulgare Trigonella foenum-graecum Ophioglossum spp. Marsilea spp. and others Azolla spp., Salvinia spp. Actiniopteris radiata, Drynaria quercifolia, Pteridium aquilinum, and others Pellaea mucronata Asplenium nidus Nephrolepis exaltata Pteridium aquilinum

Cyathea sp. Polystichum munitum Woodwardia fimbriata Osmunda cinnamomea Lygodium salicifolium Adiantum aethiopicum, A. lunulatum, Polypodium glycyrrhiza

Adiantum capillus-veneris, Polystichum munitum

Adiantum caudatum Botrychium lunaria, B. ternatum, Pteridium aquilinum, and others Adiantum venustum, Lygodium japonicum

Sadleria cyatheoides (trunk), Sphenomeris chusana (fronds) Botrychium lunaria, B. ternatum, Pteridium aquilinum, and others

Lygodium flexuosum

Asplenium adiantum-nigrum Marsilea quadrifolia Adiantum pedatum Athyrium filix-femina, Dryopteris austriaca, D. filix-mas, Polystichum munitum, and others Psaronius spp., Thamnopteris spp., and others Pentagramma triangularis Polystichum lonchitis Cyathea arborea, Lophosoria quadripinnata, Nephelea

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