Myanmar other name

Burma other name

You know, a rose with another name could smell so sweet. Replies for Other-Name-for-Myanmar crossword hint. The other governments that recognize the name Myanmar include: The Bishops of Myanmar, by name. Myanmar is the word for Burma and Burmese in the Burmese language.

Burma/Myanmar: Things everyone needs to know® - David Steinberg

However, what has happened in Myanmar since the November 2010 election has fundamentally changed the inner moods of Myanmar and has astonished even Myanmar's experienced international witness. Pre-electoral gloom and the election results, which led many international commentators to call it "sham" or "fraud", slowly gave way to the recognition that there was a definite shift in the poll.

Burma/Myanmar is strategically located between the emerging economies of China and India.

Myanmar (Burma) - The Guidebook - Guidebooks

  • Independent-first, trustworthy ratings that have been typed into Rough Guides' hallmark mix of humor, sincerity and understanding to help you get the most out of your stay, with choices for every budge. The Kyaiktiyo (Golden Rock), Taung Kalat (Popa Mountain), Shwe OO Min Cave, Gokteik Viaduct, Ngapali Beach, Inle Lake, Shwedagon Pagoda, Ngwe Saung, Shwezigon Pagoda, Shwesandaw Pagoda.

Book Google

Aung San Suu Kyi, a former Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Nobel Peace Prize winner, and her NLD led to the formation of a nationwide administration in early 2016. Since Myanmar is open to both Western business and governments, it is an inestimable resource for further research and the first point of contact for scientists, academics, college graduates and senior politicians working in Myanmar and Asia.

Myanmar Flowers Checklist Appendix, Botany, Smithsonian Institution

It also lists a number of titles that represent incompletely conceived varieties or crops that are currently (according to Hundley) out of Myanmar's geographic area or that have otherwise been removed by the author from the recent updated check list. Non-existing name (D. Wasshausen, 2001); probably from Sagaing and some other places, named Hundley.

Not existing name (D. Wasshausen, 2001); probably referring to strobilbilanthes strmineus W.W. Sm.; probably from Obermyanmar, February Hundley. Filipino specimens not known from Myanmar (R. Saunders, 2001). Non-Myanmar (P. Kessler, 2001); probably Mon and Taninthayi, fawn Hundley. Non-Myanmar (P. Kessler, 2001); probably Taninthayi, fawn Hundley.

Probably named after Desmos caudatu's fisherman; probably from Taninthayi (Mergui), French Hundley. Non-existing taxi, probably Carissa karandas L. (D. Middleton, 2000); local known as " kahn ", French Hundley. Unavailable taxi (D. Middleton, 2000); local herb known as "yingat-nwe", also known as Hundley. Unreleased name, related to Tabernaemontana Crispas Roxb.

A Holarrhena mitis R.Br. strain endemically native to Sri Lanka (D. Middleton, 2000); commonly known as "thiho-lettok-gyi", wild Hundley. Fault for Wightia alpinii Craib (Scrophulariaceae; D. Middleton, 2000); probably from Upper Myanmar, February Hundley. Fault for Wightia laceei Craib (Scrophulariaceae; D. Middleton, 2000); Presumably of common occurence in Myanmar, February Hundley.

L. f. synonym for Aponogeton native (L.) Engler & Krause; not found in Myanmar (C. D. Cook, 1999); presumably from Bago and Mandalay, fossil Hundley. Wrong name, probably Anadendrum mikrostachyum (DeVriese & Miq.) Backer & Alderw. {\a6} (D. Nicolson, 2002); probably from Taninthayi, February Hundley.

A very doubtful variety in Myanmar (D. Nicolson, 1998); probably from Bago, France, probably from Hundley. the Yangon perennial, probably from Yangon, and the Hundley family. Out of Myanmar; probably only found in India (D. Frodin, 2001); probably from Chin (Htawgaw), Kachin (Ngawchaung) and Mandalay, February Hundley.

The name was not legally released (J. Dransfield, 1999); probably from the south of Shan, where known as "kyein-kha", dogley was known. Unknown from Myanmar (A. Henderson, 1999); probably a midget date local known as "sunpalun-pu", French Hundley. Non-traceable, nameless author; perhaps synonymous with Synnema Bausamicum (L. f.) Alston (Acanthaceae) (S. Liede, 2001); herb commonly known as "kakaw-li", fat Hundley.

Non-traceable name, not released by C.B. Clarke (H. Robinson, 2001); probably by Chin, February Hundley. Unavailable name (H. Robinson, 2001); probably by Shan (Taunggyi), fluffy Hundley. Non-traceable name, allegedly an Aussie herb known as "Rose of Jericho" and commonly known as "pan-gyauk", not related to Helianthus brazteatus E.E. Watson from Utah, USA (H. Robinson, 2001).

False name for Aitch. H. Robinson (H. Robinson, 2001); probably from Bago (Insein) and Yangon, destined for Aitch. Non-traceable name (H. Robinson, 2001); probably from Rakhine (Sandoway), February Hundley. Non-traceable, non-existent name; probably from Insein, Frank Hundley. Unavailable name; probably a false link from Hundley to Tecoma bipinnata Coll. & Hemsl.

which is synonymous with Pauldopia beipinnata ("Coll. & Hemsl.") van Steenis ex Chatterjee ("S. Grose", 2002). 1961 ) indicates the spread as "Malay Peninsula and Borneo" and does not quote any Myanmar materials (L. Dorr, 2001); the herb is said to be known as " thitwa" local, says Hundley cited. Not existing name, without name; referring to Bombax Cambodian Pierre (Bombax Cambodian Pierre A. Robyns) (L. Dorr, 2001); local known as " kokhe", fat Hundley.

Unavailable, unverifiable name; probably by Shan, dogley fat. of Untermyanmar, probably from Lower Myanmar, and the dog. A very dubious kind and quote by Hundley from Myanmar (B. Leuenberger, 2001). In Myanmar very doubtful (B. Leuenberger, 2001). In Hundley not existing, nameless author for a crop called "prickly pear", which can relate to a large number of different types (B. Leuenberger, 2001).

Doubtful name, since the document at Kew (K) is a composite compilation of sheets of Bauhinia scans and a sheet of probably Bauhinia purpurea L. or Bauhinia variegata L. (S. Larsen, 2002). A. Larsen, 2002. Non-traceable, nameless, probably a kind of Getonia; localized as" gyut-nay-new", named dogley.

Not existing name, probably to depict Cupressus anrizonica Greene; local known as " kryaukpan ", named dogley. Non-traceable (non-existent) name, probably meant for Scleria smelanostoma boeck. Stark, 2000); probably from Taninthayi (Tavoy), February Hundley. R. Br. Non-traceable name or combinations (M. - strong, 2000); allegedly local known as "tetpya", fat Hundley.

Non-traceable name (M. Strong, 2000); probably Bago, French Hundley. Non-traceable name, probably for Gahnia Julia Zoll & Mor. ex Mor. Cultivar ( "M. Strong, 2000); probably from "Mlkt", February Hundley. Non-traceable, non-existent name; probably from Taninthayi, French Hundley. Nmaikha Salween Divide, probably originating from L. Dorr, 2001; the dogley species.

Wrong name applied to Elaeocarpus Macocerus (Turcz.) Merr. Herb that allegedly occurs in Myanmar, February Hundley (L. Dorr, 2001). In Myanmar not after Coode (Kew Bull. 51: 83-101. 1998); if E. Obtus senssu King, non flower, then a name synonymous with Elaeocarpus Macocerus (Turcz.) Merr. Phytophthora (L. Dorr, 2001); probably by Ayeyarwady (Bassein), Bago and Taninthayi (Tavoy), February Hundley.

Non-traceable name; other list than Agapetes topinii A. Shaw; probably from Upper Burma, named dogley. Not found in Myanmar (W. Judd, 2002); probably from Kachin, February Hundley. Non-traceable name; probably from Kachin (Myitkyina), fawn Hundley. An unfamiliar name (S. Dressler, 1999); allegedly known as "baung-baung-new", says Feb. Hundley.

and mistakenly performed under Euphorbiaceae in Hundley. Non-traceable, author-less name, perhaps of herbaric origins; a local herb known as "yoma-hin-yo", named after Hundley. Non-traceable, author-less name, perhaps of herbaric origins; a local pe-da-ma, named after Hundley. Non-traceable, nameless author; allegedly from Bago, commonly known as "palan-byu", French Hundley.

Doubtful name; Bartonia restricted to North America (Y.-M. Yuan, 2001); probably from Mandalay (Maymyo), French Hundley. Types limited to India and Sri Lanka (Y.-M. Yuan, 2001); plants probably from Bago (Toungoo), February Hundley. Non-traceable name; allegedly from Mandalay, February Hundley. Kashmir non-Myanmar cashmere herb (Y.-M. Yuan, 2001); localized as" thinbaw-sega-gyi", say Hundley fever.

Autochthonous species from East India; no Myanmar record (J. Boggan, 2002); probably Chin, Fuse-Hundley. Plants from the north-east of India; no record from Myanmar (J. Boggan, 2001); probably from Shan (Taunggyi), February Hundley. Northeast Indian and Bhutanese plants; no Myanmar notes (J. Boggan, 2001); probably Kachin (Myitkyina), Fuse-Lay.

Yunnan; no Myanmar record (J. Boggan, 2001); probably Kachin (Kangfan), destined for Kachin, named Hundley. Plants from north-eastern India; probably not to be found in Myanmar (J. Boggan, 2001); plants probably from Chin, February Hundley. Ex R. Br. Plants of Northheastern India; probably not found in Myanmar (J. Boggan, 2001); probably from Chin, probably Filipino Hundley.

Wrongly used ex R. Br. name could relate to what does not happen in Myanmar:, Didymocarpus powder C.B. Clarke or Didymocarpus curvicapsa O.M. Hilliard (J. Boggan, 2001); presumably from Chin, February Hundley. Unreleased, unverifiable name (H. x der Werff, 2002); probably by Chin, Kachin, Kayin, Mon and Taninthayi, February Hundley.

Unreleased name for a Bago native perhaps on Daphnidium Argententeum Short, a Bago native, fat Hundley. Hegelm Lemna peaucicostata U.S. type not found in Myanmar, C. Cook February 1999; allegedly from Taninthayi, Hundley February 1999. Mistakenly narrated for Myanmar (S. Graham, 2001); allegedly local known as "lame", fatally shy.

Mistakenly narrated for Myanmar (S. Graham, 2001); allegedly local known as "kambala labe" and "kame", says Hundley. Soneratia casolaris (L.) English Mistakenly narrated for Myanmar (S. Graham, 2001); allegedly localized as "lamu", "langu", "taub" and "tamu", wild Hundley. Performed in Hundley durch die Synonyme Alcimandra Kathcartii (Hook. f. & Thomson) Dandy und Michelia Kathcartii Hook. f. & Thomson.

Honduras takes the oak as allegedly from Chin, Kachin and Sagaing. North Vietnam, Taiwan and China, which does not occur in Myanmar, have their own plants, D.G. and R. Govaerts. HUNTLEY notes the oak as allegedly from Mandalay (Maymyo). Bhutanese described variety, apparently limited to the Himalayas (L. Dorr, 2001); probably from Chin, destined for the Himalayas, probably Chin, destined for dog.

in Myanmar, February 2001 (L. Dorr, 2001); allegedly a Myanmarite. Phytophthora (L. Dorr, 2001); probably from Taninthayi, February Hundley. Unresearchable name (A.-Z. Liu, 2001); allegedly local known as "taw-nghetpyaw" and "nga-souk", named Hundley. Non-traceable name (A.-Z. Liu, 2001); allegedly local known as "taw-ngetpyaw", fat Hundley.

B. Fifty (1875), in piano (J. Parnell, 2002). Indiscriminate use of illegal name (C. Cook, 1999), cf. Trieste, L. 1988. Twenty-two (1): 1-178; ascribed by Hundley to Myanmar. False name (W. Wagner, 2002), probably Epilobium amourense Haussknecht subssp. amourense; flower probably from Mandalay (Meiktila), fawn Hundley.

1995 ); probably from Yangon, February Hundley. Nearly a false name for Ludwigia Octoberovalvis (Jacq.) Raven, but copies needed for precise identification (W. Wagner, 2002); probably from Taninthayi (Tavoy), destined for Tavoy, February Hundley. Non-traceable name (E. Christenson, 1999); probably from Mon, destined for Hundley. Not yet from Myanmar; proper name is Agrostophyllum elongatum in Ridley A. Schuiteman (Appendicula hasseltii flower) (D. Boufford, 2002); probably from Mon and Taninthayi, February Hundley.

Non-existing, unreleased name quoted in Hundley, representing Pleione Scotorum W.W. Sm. Plants from unfamiliar area, probably Myanmar (Tenasserim), I. D. Lund felt, Nordic Journal of Botany 7: 511-527 (1987), the name dealt with (op. cit.) under the Thai indigenous Panisea distelilidia Lund. Rchb. Dendrobium iontopus f. philippinic indigenous; area initially misstated (D. Boufford, 2002).

Recordings of this type are Dendrobium ellipsophyllum Tang & F.T. Wang (D. Boufford, 2002). Non-traceable, nameless author, basing on one of J.F. Rock between Sadon and the Yunnan at Changtifang and Kambait, November 1922 (E. Haug, 1999). Celibate Sri Lanka in Myanmar (D. Boufford, 2002).

and was presumably planted by Shan, February Hundley (D. Boufford, 2002). Only known of the genus, gathered in Assam, Northeast India (D. Boufford, 2002); probably from general occurrences in Myanmar, February Hundley. Pterocera's faciata Rchb. f. Non-existent name (D. Boufford, 2002); probably by Mon, with the general name "myingy-thitkwa", fat Hundley.

Unavailable, unverifiable name (E. Christenson, 1999; D. Boufford, 2002). Non-traceable, nameless, probably Sarcanthus bycuspidatus (Hook. f.) J.J. Smith (Stereorchis bycuspidatus (Hook. f.) King & Pantl. Cleisostoma bicuspidatus Hook. f.); probably from Taninthayi, February Hundley. No name, probably mistaken for Uncifera Verrucosa Summerh.

Phytophthora (D. Boufford, 2002); probably from Kachin, February Hundley. Mandarin type, certainly not present in Myanmar (M. Liden, 2001); probably from Kachin, February Hundley. Noun udum (P. Peterson, 2002); Probably from Mandalay, February Hundley. R. Soreng, 2002; probably from Kachin, where it is known as "mogaung-wa", named dogley.

Non-existing name (P. Peterson, 2002; R. Soreng, 2002); probably from Mandalay, where it is known as "padaw-ni-myet", named dogley fat. Unavailable, unverifiable name (P. Peterson, 2002; R. Soreng, 2002). Noun sudum ( "P. Peterson", 2002), based on the Hack by Ericthus Chrisothrix. The latter as a byword for S. long-ifolium in Hundley, and shown as a separate type, named in Hundley, as well.

Unavailable name (Peterson, 2002; Soreng, 2002 ); probably from Mandalay, French Hundley. Nouns illegal superfluuum (P. Peterson, 2002); probably from Bago, Feb. Hundley. Names illegalitimum superefluum (P. Peterson, 2002); probably from Bago and Mandalay, where it is known as "the-padaw", named dogley felt. Non-traceable, nameless author; allegedly a crop known as "Gyon" and "Winter Wheat", says Hundley.

Not existing name, probably related to Cotoneaster Burmánicus G. Klotz. Not existing name, probably related to Cotoneaster styled by G. Klotz stylifer. Unavailable, unverifiable name (J. Kallunki, 2002). is not found in Myanmar (R. Saunders, 2001); probably by Kachin, Kayin and Mon, February Hundley. is not found in Myanmar (R. Saunders, 2001); probably from Kachin and Sagaing, February Hundley.

is not found in Myanmar (R. Saunders, 2001); probably from Kachin and Sagaing, February Hundley. Unknown, nameless author (R. Saunders, 2001); probably from Kachin and Sagaing, named dogley. Non-traceable name for a kind of "Speedwell", allegedly from Shan, nickname of Veronica aragallis-aquatica L., the latter known from Shan (Inle Lake).

The name of the dubious valence (T. Koyama, 2000); probably from Untermyanmar, February Hundley. Nicotiana was probably Nicotiana Russiantica L. (M. Nee, 2001); herb which is said to be known as" say," fat Hundley. An unfamiliar herb, but "perhaps Solanum cumigerum Andrà (from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) was intended, a byword for Solanum mobilosum L.".

M. Nee, 2001; probably from Bago (Tharrawaddy), February Hundley. Corresponds to "some types of Lycianthesâ (M. Nee, 2001); probably from Kachin (Myitkyina), named dogley. No, 2001); allegedly known as "dauk-satpya" and "daung-satpya", says Hundley. Anonymous in Solanum and nomenclatural allies ( "M. Nee, 2001); allegedly local known as "mye-bok-hkayan", named Hundley.

Only known from the Malay Peninsula and Borneo, A. Kostermans 1959; Monography (L. Dorr, 2001); probably from Kachin (Myitkyina), Hundley iv. Only known from India and Annam, A. Kosterman's 1959 Monography (L. Dorr, 2001); allegedly local known as "taung-kanazo" and "lahkru", Hundley film. Non-Myanmar, according to several recent research (L. Dorr, 2001); allegedly known as "awbya ", local name, destiny Hundley.

Endemic to Sumatra, Java and Borneo (L. Dorr, 2001); probably from Taninthayi, France, fide Hundley. Unreleased noun Hundley in Hundley for a herb found in the Mon area of Myanmar, probably related to Pyrenaria diodeospyrifolia short, Journ. Bengal 42(2): 60 (1873), the latter described from Myanmar and also performed in Hundley.

Borneo limited variety (L. Dorr, 2001); probably from Taninthayi, French Hundley. Non-traceable name, probably based on Valeriana vallichii DC; probably from Chin, destined for Hundley. Non-traceable name (W. J. Kress, 2002); probably from Chin, destined for Hundley. Non-traceable name (T. Rehse, 2002); probably from Yangon, where it is known as "marlar" and "sanwin-nwe", named destiny of dog.

Described from East India and Malaya, not known in Myanmar (K. Williams, 2001). Unresearchable, nameless; Hundley quote from variable Chrysoleuum Hook, probably referring to Hedychium Chrysoleuum Hook. synonymous with Hedychium koronarium Koenig; probably from Maymyo, named Hundley. Non-traceable name; allegedly known as "taukta", dogley fat.

Non-traceable, unreleased name; allegedly found in Mon, fat Hundley. Non-traceable name, probably Etlingera Macrostachyum (Dalzell) R.M. Smith; probably from common occurence in Myanmar, named Hundley fat.

Mehr zum Thema