Synonyms for aegiphila or Related words with aegiphila

moldenke              glaziovii              mansf              glazioviana              steyerm              markgr              citharexylum              dielsii              kuhlm              bomarea              cuatrec              sprucei              matelea              kraenzl              cymosa              vepris              machaerium              macbr              ekmanii              swartzia              poepp              greenm              fourc              scolosanthus              hintonii              radlk              johnst              summerh              micromeria              standl              kosterm              helictotrichon              calcicola              serruria              syngonanthus              sessiliflora              longibracteata              aneilema              tonduzii              stenospermation              calycina              puberula              forssk              borhidi              vatke              vollesen              duckei              rzedowskii              lepidota              palicourea             



Examples of "aegiphila"
Larvae have been recorded feeding on "Aegiphila falcata".
Aegiphila mollis (syn. "Aegiphila salutaris") is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to Central and South America. Its common names include contra culebra and totumillo.
Aegiphila skutchii is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.
Aegiphila sordida is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Peru.
Aegiphila lhotskiana (orth. var. "Aegiphila lhotskyana" Cham.) is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to South America, where it occurs in Bolivia and Brazil. This species is cited in "Flora Brasiliensis" by Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius.
Aegiphila sellowiana is a species of tree or shrub in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to Bolivia, Brazil, and Ecuador. Its common names include tamanqueira.
Aegiphila panamensis is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to the Americas, its distribution extending from Mexico to Colombia.
Aegiphila fasciculata is a species of tree in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to Central America, where it occurs in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. It grows in humid forest habitat.
Aegiphila rimbachii is a species of tree in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Bolívar Province in Ecuador, where it grows in the cloud forests of the Andes.
Aegiphila monstrosa is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is found in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico. It is threatened by loss of habitat to agriculture.
Aegiphila is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae, first described in 1763. It was formerly classified in the Verbenaceae. It is native to Mexico, Central America, South America, the West Indies, and Florida.
Aegiphila schimpffii is a species of tree in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador, where it is known from five populations. It occurs in coastal forest habitat and foothills up to 1000 meters in elevation.
Aegiphila cordifolia is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Peru, where it occurs in the Amazon rainforest. It is sometimes found in disturbed habitat.
Aegiphila glomerata is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador, where it has been found at only three locations. It occurs in low-elevation coastal dry forests.
Aegiphila monticola is a species of tree in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador, where it is known from Cotopaxi and Bolívar Provinces. There are about eight populations.
The flowers are protandrous. When the flower opens, the stamens stand erect, parallel to the central axis of the flower, while the style bends over, holding the stigma beyond the rim of the corolla. After the pollen is shed, the stamens curl up or bend over, and the style straightens out, bringing the stigma to the center of the flower. Except for "Aegiphila", which is heterostylous, this breeding strategy is shared by all members of the clade consisting of "Kalaharia", "Clerodendrum", "Volkameria", "Aegiphila", "Ovieda", "Tetraclea", and "Amasonia".
Aegiphila purpurascens is a species of tree in the family Lamiaceae. It is endemic to Azuay Province in Ecuador, where only three populations are known. It grows in the cloud forests of the Andes at 2000 to 3000 meters in elevation.
Aegiphila caymanensis is a species of mint endemic to Grand Cayman. It is a scrambling shrub or liana which can reach into the tree canopy, and is inconspicuous when not in flower. There is only one extant specimen known, and it is threatened by urban development.
In 2010, a molecular phylogenetic analysis of DNA sequences showed that most of the "Clerodendrum" species that had been in "Volkameria" were more closely related to "Aegiphila", "Ovieda", "Tetraclea", and "Amasonia" than to other species of "Clerodendrum". (See the phylogenetic tree at Lamiaceae). Following these results, "Volkameria" was reinstated. Some species that had been erroneously placed in "Volkameria" were excluded. Some of the poorly known species in "Clerodendrum" might still need to be transferred to "Volkameria".
In 2004, a study of DNA sequences showed that the monospecific Australian genus "Huxleya" was embedded in a clade of "Clerodendrum" species that had formerly been placed in "Volkameria". "Huxleya" was then sunk into synonymy with "Clerodendrum". The 2004 study sampled "Aegiphila", "Tetraclea", and "Amasonia", three New World genera of Ajugoideae that had not previously been sampled for DNA. The results of this study cast doubt, once again, upon the monophyly of "Clerodendrum".