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In the northern hemisphere they are colloquially denominated forget-me-nots  or Scorpion grasses. Myosotis alpestris is the official flower of Alaska  and DalslandSweden. Plants of the genus are The Meeting - Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe confused with Chatham Islands' Forget-me-Nots which belong to the related genus Myosotidium.
More than species names have been recorded, but only 74 species are presently accepted. The remainder are Outa-Space - Various - Forget Me Nots synonyms of presently accepted or proposed names.
Many happen to be popular in horticulture. They prefer moist habitats—in locales where they are not native, they frequently escape to wetlands and riverbanks. Only those native to the Northern hemisphere are colloquially denominated "Forget-me-Nots".
One or two Outa-Space - Various - Forget Me Nots species, especially Myosotis sylvaticathe "Woodland" Forget-me-Nots were introduced into most of the temperate regions of EuropeAsiaand, the Americas. Myosotis species have 5- merous actinomorphic flowers with 5 sepals and Outa-Space - Various - Forget Me Nots . They typically flower in spring or soon after the melting of snow in alpine ecosystems.
They are annual or perennial. The foliage is alternate, and their roots are generally diffuse. The seeds are contained in small, tulip-shaped pods along the stem to the flower. The pods attach to clothing when brushed against and eventually fall off, leaving the small seed within Tick & Tock - Jealous?
- Until Now pod to germinate elsewhere. Seeds can be collected by placing a sheet of paper under stems and shaking the seed pods onto the paper. Myosotis scorpioides is also colloquially denominated scorpion grass because of the spiraling curvature of its inflorescence. Myosotis are food for the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including the setaceous Hebrew character. Many of the species in New Zealand are threatened. The genus was originally described by Carl Linnaeus.
The type species is Myosotis scorpioides. Myosotis species are distributed in temperate areas of the northern hemisphere and southernhemisphere. The genus has two centres of species diversity in Europe and New Zealand. Genetic analysis indicates that the genus originated in the northern hemisphere, and that species native to New Zealand, Australia, New Guinea and South America form a lineage of closely-related species that are likely derived from a single dispersal event to the southern hemisphere.
There are 89 species, subspecies or varieties of Myosotis in World Flora Online of which 42 species are endemic to New Zealand. Myosotis scorpioides.
Myosotis colensoi. Myosotis pulvinaris. Myosotis pansa. The small blue forget-me-not flower was first used by the Grand Lodge Zur Sonneinas a Masonic emblem at the annual convention in BremenGermany. Ina forget-me-not badge—made by the same factory as the Masonic badge—was chosen for Sound Flow Remix - DJ Evil - Bad Behavior Mix annual Nazi Party Winterhilfswerkthe annual charity drive of the National Socialist People's Welfarethe welfare branch of the Nazi party.
This coincidence enabled Freemasons to wear the forget-me-not badge as a secret sign of membership. The badge is now worn in the coat lapel by Freemasons around the world to remember all who suffered in the name of Freemasonry, especially those during the Nazi era. The flower is also used as a Outa-Space - Various - Forget Me Nots of remembrance by the people of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is used to commemorate those from the province who were killed in the First World War, and worn around July 1.
It is also used in Germany to commemorate the fallen soldiers of the world wars in a similar manner to the use of remembrance poppies in the UK. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Genus of flowering plants. For muscle inflammation, see Myositis. For other uses, see Forget me not disambiguation.
Myosotis abyssinica Boiss. Myosotis afropalustris C. Myosotis albosericea Hook. Myosotis alpestris F. Schmidt alpine forget-me-not Myosotis alpina Lapeyr. Grau Myosotis angustata Cheeseman Myosotis antarctica Hook. Myosotis arnoldii L. Moore Outa-Space - Various - Forget Me Nots arvensis L. Hill field forget-me-not Myosotis asiatica Vestergr. Asiatic forget-me-not Myosotis azorica H. Watson Azores forget-me-not Myosotis balbisiana Jord.
Myosotis baltica Outa-Space - Various - Forget Me Nots . Myosotis glabrescens L. Moore Myosotis glauca G. Myosotis krylovii Serg. Grau Myosotis latifolia Poir. Their Law - The Prodigy - Music For The Voodoo Crew lyallii Hook.
Wall de Lange Myosotis macrantha Hook. Myosotis macrosperma Largeseed forget me not Myosotis matthewsii L. Moore Meudt, Prebble, R. Myosotis pottsiana L. Khokhr Myosotis sachalinensis Popov Myosotis saxosa Hook. Myosotis scorpioides L. Jersey forget-me-not Myosotis sparsiflora J. Mikan ex Pohl Myosotis spatulata G.
Myosotis suavis Petrie Myosotis sylvatica Ehrh. Myosotis venosa Colenso Myosotis verna Nutt. Myosotis eximia. Oxford English Dictionary 3rd ed. Oxford University Press. September Subscription or UK public library membership required. Cambridge University Press. Boraginaceae " PDF. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
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