- 1 not Sedum acre
- 2 Lemna -> Spirodela
- 3 not Eichhornia –> Alismataceae?
- 4 not Anthericum
- 5 Iris, but not Iris florentina
- 6 Rubus idaeus?
- 7 Rosa -> Helosciadium
- 8 Chryosplenium -> Tellima?
- 9 not Centrosema
- 10 not Phaleria
- 11 not Rosa canina
- 12 Leptinella -> Hebe
- 13 not Helichrysum petiolare
- 14 not Pimelea ciliolaris
- 15 Hypericum pulchrum -> Hypericum perforatum?
- 16 not Sedum telephium = Spiraea betulifolia Pall.
- 17 Not Eriogonum umbellatum
- 18 Unidentified = Bryonia alba'
- 19 Dactylis glomerata
- 20 not Sanicula europaea
- 21 not Bellis annua
- 22 not Cedrus deodara
- 23 not Crepis tectorum
- 24 Benutzer:Seysi
- 25 not Crataegus monogyna
- 26 What plant is this?
not Sedum acre
Lemna -> Spirodela
not Eichhornia –> Alismataceae?
I suppose it's not Eichhornia azurea
- Maybe Hydrocharitaceae? There are 2 more Hydrocharis species beside Hydrocharis morsus-ranae. -- Hämbörger (talk) 20:20, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
Images found in Anthericum liliago
(left picture) if the leave margins are toothed (upper left part of img), I tend to say it's Rhamnus cathartica, though the branches look too bright brownish. but there's several variations and also hybrids between Rh. cathartica and Rh. saxatilis (which has much smaller leaves, and is a rather small and compact shrub of 1, sometimes up to 1,5 m height). on the other hand there's also similarities to Cornus mas, but their leaves are not toothed, and the nodes sometimes seen in the picture are too thickened. both species have (mostly) oppostite leaves and veins running to the apex. --220.127.116.11 08:12, 16 November 2008 (UTC)
(right picture) reminds me of some species of Arabis. --18.104.22.168 08:18, 16 November 2008 (UTC)
Iris, but not Iris florentina
This Picture was uploaded as Iris germanica florentina
To my knowledge Iris germanica florentina (or just Iris florentina) should be nearly white.
- Rubus but Rubus idaeus
this is not! R. idaeus; maybe R. trivialis, but not quite sure
Rosa -> Helosciadium
not Rosa Alba
Chryosplenium -> Tellima?
Images found in Chrysosplenium oppositifolium rosulare
Probably Tellima grandiflora?
Yes it's Tellima grandiflora
- Was relabelled as Heuchera sp.. Please someone can check this, update the two images and then remove the current section? Thanks :)
- -- AlNo (discuter/talk/hablar/falar) 12:53, 8 August 2008 (UTC)
- There used to be only a single Tellima species, if you do not count Lithophragma species, which seem to have quite different flowers (just as Heuchera, as far as I can see). And the images look exactly right for Tellima grandiflora. So I am going to change the description of the two images to Tellima grandiflora. --Robert Flogaus-Faust (talk) 21:18, 28 February 2012 (UTC)
not Centrosema virginianum, probably Lycium sp.
not Phaleria as this species is not cauliflorous, probably any cauliflorous member of Rubiaceae (Versteegia?, Psychotria?) --Franz Xaver 09:54, 26 May 2005 (UTC)
not Rosa canina
Leptinella -> Hebe
I found the following photos in Leptinella dioica (Asteraceae). However, these photos are no Asteraceae. They show some Hebe species from Plantaginaceae, formerly Scrophulariaceae. --Franz Xaver 05:31, 16 July 2005 (UTC)
not Helichrysum petiolare
not Pimelea ciliolaris
Hypericum pulchrum -> Hypericum perforatum?
Especially in the second picture the sepals can be seen. In my opinion it's not H. pulchrum, but H. perforatum. --Mbc 16:17, 10 March 2006 (UTC)
- Yes, the "holes" can be seen in some leaves in the shadow. -- Hämbörger (talk) 09:00, 6 April 2010 (UTC)
not Sedum telephium = Spiraea betulifolia Pall.
Not Eriogonum umbellatum
Definitely not Eriogonum umbellatum. For one thing, it has no umbels. I have no idea what it is (though I have the feeling it's a standard garden perennial), but I bet a nickel it's not an Eriogonum. The site that it's from, www.biolib.de, is currently down and gives time-out messages that freeze the window. —JerryFriedman 18:53, 26 May 2006 (UTC)
This is probably Tellima grandiflora 22.214.171.124 18:46, 4 March 2007 (UTC)
Unidentified = Bryonia alba'
not Sanicula europaea
not Bellis annua
In the uper part you see a rosette of a Sempervivum-species, in the lower left there isGeum reptans (Sieversia reptans) and in the lower rigtht Lotus corniculatus agg. You can conclude the picture has been taken in an alpine environment, but Bellis annua does not grow in alpine environments...
not Cedrus deodara
not Crepis tectorum
User Seysi stated some doubts at de:Wikipedia:Redaktion Biologie/Bestimmung/Keller#Zweifel an einem Gras und zwei Nelken
not Crataegus monogyna
It's a Sorbus but whitch one? Panticosa seems to be a spa town in spain.