Synonyms for brandegei or Related words with brandegei

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Examples of "brandegei"
The larvae feed on "Lomatium ambiguum", "Lomatium triternatum macrocarpum", "Lomatium togata", "Lomatium brandegei", "Perideridia bolanderi" and "Preryxia terebenthina foeniculacea".
Brickellia brandegei is a Mexican species of flowering plants in the daisy family. It is native to western Mexico from the states of Sonora and Baja California Sur (including Isla Espíritu Santo).
Eriogonum brandegeei (sometimes spelled "brandegei") is a species of flowering plant in the buckwheat family known by the common name Brandegee's buckwheat. It is endemic to Colorado in the United States, where it occurs in Fremont and Chaffee Counties.
The oldest available name for this plant is "Actinella grandiflora" var. "glabrata", coined in 1874. In elevating the taxon to species status, Asa Gray opted to forgo the common but not mandatory custom of using the varietal epithet as a species epithet. He chose instead to call the species "Actinella brandegei".