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Songs about Riccia:
La Donna Riccia (2001 Digital Remaster) by Renato Carosone from the Album Made In Italy
La Donna Riccia by Domenico Modugno from the Album Golden Hits
La donna riccia by Domenico Modugno from the Album La donna riccia
La Donna Riccia by Domenico Modugno from the Album 100 Italian Classics
Domenico modugno: La donna riccia by Giovanna from the Album Hava Nagila
Donna Riccia by Achille Pellegrini from the Album Mélodies napolitaines
Donna riccia by Achille Pellegrini from the Album Escales (Naples)
Books about Riccia:
Riccia Nella Storia E Nel Folk-Lore (1903) (Italian Edition) by Berengario G. Amorosa (Sep 10, 2010)
Riccia Nella Storia E Nel Folk-Lore (1903) (Italian Edition) by Amorosa, Berengario G. published by Kessinger... (Feb 22, 2010)
Handbook of British Hepaticae, Containing Descriptions and Figures of the Indigenous Species of Marchantia, Jungermannia... by Cooke and M. C. (Mordecai Cubitt) (Aug 20, 2014)
Una nuova specie di Riccia. by MARTELLI U. - (Jan 1, 1889)
Handbook of British Hepatic Containing Descriptions and Figures of the Indigenous Species of Marchantia, Jungermannia... by Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (Dec 20, 2013)
Handbook of British Hepaticae: containing descriptions and figures of the indigenous species of Marchantia, Jungermannia... by M C. b. 1825 Cooke (Aug 18, 2010)
Sex Ratio and Chromosomes in Riccia Curtisii, 1928, Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, Volume 55 : pages 1... by F. McAllister (1928)
Wiki information Riccia:
Riccia is a genus of liverworts in the order Marchantiales. One of the more than 100 species in this genus is the "slender riccia", which can be found floating in ponds, and is sometimes used in aquariums. The plant body is a thallus that is not...
Riccia fluitans, whose common name is crystalwort, is an aquatic floating plant of the liverwort genus Riccia which is popular among aquarists as a retreat for young fry and is used in live-bearing tanks. It can be found floating in ponds, and often...