Synonyms for auriculata or Related words with auriculata


Examples of "auriculata"
The specimens collected by Gardner were originally labelled as "R. purpurea" var. "auriculata" (now "R. auriculata") and "R. chamaeleon" (now "R. cautleyoides"), until Cowley created the new species.
Larvae feed on "Passiflora oerstedi", "Passiflora vitifolia", and "Passiflora auriculata".
"Archipetalia auriculata" is the only species in the genus "Archipetalia".
Neottia auriculata (syn. Listera auriculata), the auricled twayblade, is a species of terrestrial orchid found in northeastern North America (Labrador, New Brunswick and Maine west to Manitoba and Minnesota.
Cryptocoryne auriculata is a plant species belonging to the Aroid genus "Cryptocoryne".
"Facelina coronata" (Forbes & Goodsir, 1839) is a synonym of "Facelina auriculata".
Abarema auriculata is a species of legume of the genus Abarema in the Fabaceae family.
The specific epithet "auriculata" means "with ears", referring to the shape of the leaves.
Archipetalia auriculata is a species of dragonfly of the family Austropetaliidae,
Semecarpus auriculata is a species of plant in the Anacardiaceae family. It is endemic to India.
The name "auriculata" derives from the auricles at the base of the leaves.
Jill Cowley notes that "for many years" a different species, "R. auriculata", was grown in gardens under the name "R. purpurea". She provides a number of distinguishing features, which include the auriculate nature of the leaves of "R. auriculata", the bright purple colour of its flowers rather than the paler colours of typical "R. purpurea", the relatively shorter white lateral staminodes of "R. auriculata", and the latter's deflexed (bent back) labellum.
Megachile auriculata is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Gupta in 1989.
The larvae are miners in the rhizomes of "Scrophularia nodosa" and in the stalks of "Scrophularia auriculata".
Freycinetia auriculata is a species of plant in the Pandanaceae family. It is endemic to the Philippines.
"Verticordia auriculata" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
"Roscoea auriculata" occurs in grasslands, between 2,400 and 2,700 metres in the Himalayan mountains of Tibet, Bhutan, Nepal and Sikkim.
Tritonia auriculata is a species of dendronotid nudibranch. It is a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Tritoniidae.
The hybrid "R. auriculata" × "R. cautleyoides" has occurred in cultivation, and has been given the name "R." × "beesiana" .
†Partula auriculata was a species of air-breathing tropical land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Partulidae.