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Dracaena angustifolia

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#85 They called me Dracaena angustifolia, also known as Cordyline rumphii, Cordyline cheesemanii, Dracaena × bartetii, Dracaena gibsonii, Cordyline dennisonii, Cordyline baptistii, Dracaena chelsonii, Cordyline bartelii, Cordyline macarthurii, Dracaena flemingii, Cordyline duffii, Calodracon jacquinii, Cordyline thomsonii, Cordyline chelsonii, Cordyline hendersonii, Cordyline laingii, Cordyline jacquinii, Cordyline youngii, Dracaena hendersonii, and Cordyline williamsii. I pay homage to the male botanists Rumph (I couldn’t find his records), Thomas Frederic Cheeseman, Bartet (I couldn’t find his records), Dennison (I couldn’t find his records), Baptist (I couldn’t find his records), Chelson (I couldn’t find his records), Jim A. Bartel, Macarthur (I couldn’t find his records), Fleming (I couldn’t find his records), Duff (I couldn’t find his records), Laing (I couldn’t find his records), Young (I couldn’t find his records), Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin, or Joseph Franz von Jacquin, George Thomson, or Charles Wyville Thomson, Neil Gibson, Alexander Gibson, or William Hamilton Gibson, Benjamin Samuel Williams, Ion James Muirhead Williams, Mark L. Williams, or Samuel Williams, and George Henderson, Edward George Henderson, Murray Ross Henderson, Norlan C. Henderson, Andrew Augustus Henderson, Archibald Henderson, or Andrew Henderson. They first catalogued me in 1814.

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