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  Anceps - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An anceps syllable may be called "free" or "irrational" depending on the type of meter being discussed.
First, the final syllables of most metrical lines are anceps, with the idea that a short final syllable can be effectively lengthened by the pause that naturally falls at the end of the line.
Second, anceps syllables in the middle or beginning of a line are characteristic of Aeolic meters, such as the Sapphic meter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anceps   (151 words)

  
 Orchid Profile - Laelia anceps - Orchids
Laelia anceps is one of the easiest of all orchids to grow and flower.
anceps culture is the wide temperature range which it can take and still grow and flower.
In the coastal areas of California, the plant is often attached to trees and allowed to grow into large specimens.
www.bellaonline.com /ArticlesP/art941.asp   (224 words)

  
 Laelia anceps Culture Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Laelia anceps, a native of Mexico but also occurring more rarely in Guatemala and Honduras, is one of the most common, yet one of the most satisfying orchids to grow outdoors in San Diego.
Laelia anceps is one of the hardiest for cold tolerance of any of the Cattleya alliance, tolerating reported lows of 22ºF without any damage, and high temperatures over 100ºF rarely trouble it.
Laelia anceps is one of the more temperature tolerant orchids in cultivation today, making it a natural for outdoor growing in southern California and comparable climates.
www.sdorchids.com /l_anceps_culture.htm   (394 words)

  
 Laelia anceps parade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Resembling clustertype cattleyas 2 to 4 inches in size, the flowers of Laelia anceps occur in forms of lavender, white, and blue, two to four on the end of 18 to 24-inch inflorescences.
Laelia anceps is one of the hardiest for cold tolerance of any of the Cattleya alliance, tolerating reported lows of 22ºF (-5ºC) without any damage, and high temperatures up to 90º or 100º rarely trouble it.
It grows outdoors with Cymbidiums as well as in a greenhouse and is ideal for growing on oaks and other trees and naturalizing in the garden.
www.sborchid.com /LaeliaAncepsParade.php   (279 words)

  
 Frank Fordyce - Laelia Anceps Story Line   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
As a hybridizer I could not pass the challenge of seeking improved and distinctive hybrids and overcoming the obstacle of the dominant form that Laelia anceps passes along to its progeny.
It is somewhat unfortunate that, unwittingly, the majority of all Cattleya alliance hybrids, no matter what the parentage, are generally expected by the American Orchid Society system of judging to possess wide, full petals and have sepals so formed as to emulate a perfect circle.
In order to discover the dominant and recessive traits of Laelia anceps 'Feathered Flame', I made a diverse variety of hybrid combinations which were raised in limited quantities to review results as they bloomed.
www.fordyceorchids.com /articles/article2.htm   (1146 words)

  
 Laelia anceps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Photo Laelia anceps is a plant that belongs to a class I refer to as "leavealone".
Wild specimens, while having an aura of "wildness" that some find attractive, are far inferior to almost any of the commerically bred plants of today, which have far straighter segments and a wider range of colors.
We pot them in overly large pots to accomodate their growth habit, keep the temps intermediate, the light about 3000 FC in summer, 2500 in winter.
www.vengers.com /culture/anceps.htm   (161 words)

  
 L. Anceps - OrchidTalk Forums
Since L. anceps are temperature tolerant, meaning they can tolerate night temperatures well below freezing, I suggest that you keep it outside as long as you can, where it receives almost full sun.
My one lonely anceps is an experiment to see if I can actually grow these.
As the new lead is forming, he uses toothpicks stuck in the pot to gently steer it along the edge of the pot and halt it's forward march.
www.rv-orchidworks.com /orchidtalk/showthread.php?t=2087   (1649 words)

  
 TheFetus.net - TRAP, acardiac, anceps -Bobby G. Nevils, MD*, James E. Maciulla, MD, Luis A. Izquierdo, MD, George J. ...
Many of the bizarre defects are felt to be caused by low oxygen tension, and this causes dramatic alterations in the twin fetal physiology and high perinatal mortality.
We present a case of acardiac anceps diagnosed and followed at our institution.
This patient was referred for a second opinion ultrasound because of the intrauterine demise of one anomalous twin.
www.thefetus.net /page.php?id=311   (1562 words)

  
 IOSPE PHOTOS
1846 ; Amalias anceps [Lindley] Hoffmannsegg 1842; Bletia anceps [Lindley] Rchb.f 1863; Cattleya anceps [Lindley]Beer 1854; Laelia barkeriana Knowles & Westc.
Laelia anceps Lindley 1836 var alba 1879 subgen Laelia sec Podolaelia Schlechter
Laelia anceps has been divided into 2 major groups Laelia anceps var anceps which are found on the eastern side of Mexico and L. anceps var dawsonii which are found in the western half of Mexico.
orchidspecies.com /laelancepsvaranceps.htm   (146 words)

  
 Zoo Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Laelia anceps Project in the olive trees at the Santa Barbara Zoo The Laelia Anceps Project was begun in 1997 as a cooperative effort between the Santa Barbara Zoological Garden and the Orchid Society of Santa Barbara.
The purpose of the Orchid Society of Santa Barbara is educating the public about all aspects of orchids, and the Santa Barbara Zoological Garden is dedicated to the preservation, conservation and enhancement of the natural world and its living treasures through education, research and recreation.
Meryl Wieder was there with her camera to catch the action and helped Joyce with holding ladders and handing up tools to the guys on the long step ladders.
www.west.net /~orchidsb/zoo_pjt.htm   (312 words)

  
 Laelia anceps Slide Show   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
This is a simple slide show of Laelia anceps photos set to the background music of "Nocturne in B Minor, Op.
The Laelia anceps screen saver will automatically become your default screen saver, and it will start after the number of minutes of inactivity (previously specified by you).
You should see anceps as the name of the current screen saver.
www.notsogreenthumb.org /scrn_savers/orchid_scrn_svrs/anceps.htm   (192 words)

  
 Acacia anceps - WATTLE
In WATTLE A. anceps x nematophylla is keyed and described as a separate taxon.
As noted above this variant appears to hybridise with the "typical variant" in parts of western Eyre Peninsula; it also hybridizes with A. nematophylla (see A. anceps x nematophylla).
Further study is needed to elucidate the taxonomic status of this "winged variant".
www.worldwidewattle.com /speciesgallery/anceps.php   (663 words)

  
 Cool Growing Cattleyas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Laelia anceps 'HBO's Hang Ten #2'This is a seedling from the selfing of the awarded polyploid 'Mendenhall' clone.
Laelia anceps 'HBO's Feathered Lady #1'This clone originated from a cross between the Lineata and Ultimo clones.
Laelia anceps 'HBO's Hang Ten #3'This is another seedling from the selfing of the awarded polyploid 'Mendenhall' clone.
www.hborchids.com /coolcat.htm   (137 words)

  
 Laelia Anceps Parade
Laelia anceps is one of the most rewarding cattleya-like, fall blooming orchids.
Tolerant to cold and heat, this Central American species grows outdoors with cymbidiums as well as in a greenhouse along with cattleyas.
Resembling clustertype cattleyas 2 to 4 inches in size, laelia anceps' lovely flowers occur in forms of lavender, white and blue, two to four on the end of 18 to 24-inch inflorescences.
www.sborchid.com /LaeliaancepsParade2001.htm   (227 words)

  
 Orchid Seedlings
Laelia anceps alba 'Marble Queen' x self - This selfing of a polyploid white variety should yeild pure white flowers with lips that vary from white to pastel lavender.
Stephen O. FourakerVigorous growing anceps hybrid with long arching stems of semi-alba blooms.
These plants can grow either outside along with Laelia anceps or other outside growing plants.
www.hborchids.com /seed.htm   (873 words)

  
 Arundinaria Anceps - LoveToKnow Garden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Arundinaria Anceps - A very beautiful Bamboo discovered by Mr Jordan, superintendent of Regents Park, in the stock of a dead nursery gardener, whose books being lost, it was impossible to trace its origin.
The culms are brown when ripe; the leaf-sheaths are hairy, and the petiole of the leaf is yellow.
This page was last modified 08:32, 1 Aug 2005.
garden.lovetoknow.com /wiki/Arundinaria_Anceps   (69 words)

  
 LIODON ANCEPS LEIODON
The name LIODON actually is derived from two Greek words and means "SMOOTH TOOTH".
Liodon anceps is one of six known species from the Oulad Abdoun Basin of Morocco in the Maastrichtian phosphates of the Ganntour Basin (Morocco).
Because of these unique teeth somewhat resembling dinosaur teeth without serrations, it is theorized that this was a highly advanced mosasaur with teeth perfectly designed to rip the flesh of soft-bodied marine prey.
www.paleodirect.com /mv25.htm   (212 words)

  
 The Global Compendium of Weeds: Adiantum anceps Maxon & Morton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Global Compendium of Weeds: Adiantum anceps Maxon & Morton
NOTE: Please do NOT link to or bookmark this page; it is a TEMPORARY URL which will be replaced within a few months.
NOTE: for now (until database/website are updated), you must manually search for each data source in the GWC Data Sources document.)
www.hear.org /gcw/html/autogend/species/663.HTM   (115 words)

  
 Arundinaria Anceps Nobilis - LoveToKnow Garden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Arundinaria Anceps Nobilis - A grand Bamboo, probably of Chinese origin, growing to a height of 24 feet at Menabilly, in Cornwall.
The tall stems are yellowish in color, with very dark purplish nodes, of which the lower rim is broadly marked with grey.
You are here: LoveToKnow Garden >> Arundinaria Anceps >> Arundinaria Anceps Nobilis
garden.lovetoknow.com /wiki/Arundinaria_Anceps_Nobilis   (84 words)

  
 Bamboo - MidAtlantic Bamboo - your source for bamboo - Yushania anceps 'Pitt White'
Bamboo - MidAtlantic Bamboo - your source for bamboo - Yushania anceps 'Pitt White'
Yushannia anceps 'Pitt White' bamboo has narrow, weeping leaves.
Check on availabilty before ordering sizes with this color background
www.midatlanticbamboo.com /bamboo-frames/bamboo-0102.htm   (71 words)

  
 AOS Message Board
AOS Forum - First try at posting a photo...Laelia anceps
Discussion: First try at posting a photo...Laelia anceps
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 Laelia Photo Gallery
As they like to dry out, I have many of them mounted.
Laelia anceps is one of my favorite species, and I expect several more new cultivars to bloom for the first time this winter.
For other "cattleya" types, please select an appropriate gallery:
www.notsogreenthumb.org /galleries/Laelia/laelia.htm   (118 words)

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