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Conda explained that the calyx lobes (sepals) of the new subspecies are tongue-like and long, as compared to the broadly oval to oblong of the "Hoya meliflua Blanco ex Merr".
Merremia peltata (L.) Merr. is under the family Convolvulaceae known as bindweed or morning glory family.
Artabotrys pilosus Merr. & Chun, Sunyatsenia 2: 224, 1935.
(Sapindaceae), Mamon; en Pinus sp, Pino; en Samanea saman Merr. (Pithecelobium saman) Jacq.).
The Brits are within days of leaving Palestine for good, and make only a half-hearted effort to stop them; meanwhile, the Palmach recruits, led by the hard-nosed Mussa (Juliano Merr), succeed in hiding about two dozen refugees.
Highlight of the evening was the featured Al Rashidya, won by Musha Merr, who was mooted as a possible Vodafone Derby contender after winning at York last May before unplaced runs in the French Derby and at Royal Ascot, after which he was brought back to Dubai and given to McLaughlin.
The British challenge, headed by last month's unimpressive York winner Musha Merr, does not look particularly strong.
Godolphin's Musha Merr, the mount of Jamie Spencer, heads a three-strong British challenge for the French Derby at Chantilly tomorrow.
But more impressive was his victory in the Godolphin colts' trial at Nad Al Sheba this April, prevailing by a short head from Musha Merr, with ten lengths back to the third.
The Arabs have pinned their hopes on Musha Merr, workmanlike winner of Thursday's Glasgow Stakes at York.
I fancy Godolphin to land a big-race double on the Knavesmire this afternoon with Marienbard (3.20) in the Merewood Homes Yorkshire Cup and Musha Merr (3.50) in the following Michael Seely Memorial Glasgow Stakes.