Synonyms for acutifolia or Related words with acutifolia

auriculata              heliotropium              uniflora              ellipticum              stricta              oblongifolia              wahlenbergia              latifolium              grewia              bracteata              salicifolia              speciosum              caulescens              uliginosa              chrysantha              glabrescens              flexuosum              lancifolia              parviflorus              floribundum              auriculatum              randia              oppositifolia              encelia              pauciflora              cercidium              ehretia              atropurpurea              pedunculata              micrantha              sessiliflora              leptophylla              obtusifolium              laxiflora              laxum              chamaesyce              heterophyllum              cernua              lepidota              breviflora              involucrata              verticillata              corymbosa              macrantha              stenophylla              densiflorum              cleome              filifolia              laevigatum              delavayi             



Examples of "acutifolia"
There is one recognised subspecies; "Calytrix acutifolia" subsp. "acutifolia".
The specific epithet "acutifolia" means "sharp-leaved".
'Acutifolia', 'Atinia Variegata', 'Folia Aurea', 'Pyramidalis'.
"Melaleuca lateriflora" var. "acutifolia" was first described in 1867 by George Bentham in "Flora Australiensis". It was raised to species status as "Melaleuca acutifolia" in 2010 by Lyndley Craven and Brendan Lepschi. The specific epithet ("acutifolia") is from the Latin words "acutus" meaning "sharpened" and "folium" meaning "a leaf".
The main bog mosses found in the peat of Chat Moss are "Sphagnum cuspidatum", "S. imbricatum", and "S. acutifolia". The peat up to about from the surface is mainly humidified "S. acutifolia", with fresher "S. imbricatum" peat nearer the surface.
Hymenocallis acutifolia is a plant species first described in 1826 with the name "Hymenocallis littoralis" var. "acutifolia". It is endemic to Mexico, known from the States of Oaxaca, Michoac√°n, Jalisco, Veracruz, Puebla, and Nayarit.
The elm cultivar Ulmus 'Acutifolia' was first described (as "U. campestris acutifolia") by Masters in "Hortus Duroverni" 66. 1831, and later by Mottet in Nicholson & Mottet, "Dictionnaire pratique d'horticulture et de jardinage" 5: 383, 1898.
"Eremaea acutifolia" was first formally described in 1860 by Ferdinand von Mueller in Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae. The specific epithet ("acutifolia") is from the Latin "acutus" meaning "sharpened" and "folium" meaning "a leaf" referring to the pointed leaves of this species.
Ladenbergia acutifolia is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Peru.
The larvae feed on "Aristolochia" species including "A. elegans", "A. odoratissima" and "A. acutifolia".
The larvae feed on "Salix" species, including "Salix caprea" and "Salix acutifolia".
Mimusops acutifolia is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It is endemic to Tanzania.
Garcinia acutifolia is a species of flowering plant in the Clusiaceae family.
"Cassia acutifolia", the pudding-pipe tree, furnishes the cassia pods of commerce.
Helicia acutifolia is a species of plant in the family Proteaceae. It is endemic to Papua New Guinea.
Calytrix acutifolia is a species of plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae that is endemic to Western Australia.
"Diocirea acutifolia" was first formally described by taxonomist Bob Chinnock in "Eremophila and allied genera: a monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae" in 2007 from a specimen collected near Kambalda, about north of the Lake Cowan Causeway. The specific epithet ("acutifolia") is from the Latin words "acutus" meaning "sharpened" and "folium" "a leaf".
Coprosma acutifolia, is a shrub that is native to New Zealand, found only on Raoul Island. "C. acutifolia" can grow up to 12 metres tall in wet or dry forest, becoming a sub-canopy tree at lower altitudes and a canopy species along ridgelines.
"Melaleuca lateriflora" was first formally described in 1867 by George Bentham in "Flora Australiensis". The specific epithet ("lateriflora") is "in reference to the inflorescences being inserted on the branchlets and branches below the leaves". Until 2010 there were two subspecies - "Melaleuca lateriflora" subsp. "lateriflora" and "Melaleuca lateriflora" subsp. "acutifolia" but in 2010 the latter subspecies was raised to species status as "Melaleuca acutifolia".
Rhodolaena acutifolia is a plant in the family Sarcolaenaceae. It is endemic to Madagascar. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "sharp-leafed".