Synonyms for breviflora or Related words with breviflora

cuneifolia              laxiflora              foliosa              hirtella              connata              glabrescens              sessiliflora              laxum              forssk              anomalum              ehretia              stipularis              oblongifolia              ciliatum              chamaesyce              labill              pedicellata              radlk              sessilifolia              cymosa              tenuifolium              calcarata              puberula              aristatum              laevigatum              peduncularis              mucronata              insulare              brevifolium              ciliolata              lepidota              floribundum              hookeri              ellipticum              setigera              congesta              auriculatum              ovatum              lycopodioides              vestita              dielsii              atropurpurea              plumosa              caulescens              deflexa              auriculata              berteroana              triflora              marsdenia              lancifolia             

Examples of "breviflora"
The larvae feed on "Dichapetalum" species, "Prevostea breviflora", "Bonomia poranoides" and "Toddalia asiatica".
"Keckiella breviflora" is a branching, bushy shrub with many thin stems, approaching a maximum height near two meters.
Trichilia breviflora is a species of plant in the Meliaceae family. It is found in Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras.
Pterocarpin is a pterocarpan found in the Fabaceae species "Baphia nitida", "Ononis viscosa subsp. breviflora", "Pterocarpus spp.", "Sophora angustifolia", "Sophora substrata" and "Swartzia madagascariensis".
Keckiella breviflora (formerly "Penstemon breviflorus") is a species of flowering shrub in the plantain family known by the common name bush beardtongue.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Machilus" species, including "Machilus breviflora" and "Machilus gamblei". They feed from a slight webbing. Pupation takes place in leaf litter and frass in a rather tough cocoon.
Epacris breviflora, commonly known as drumstick heath, is a plant species in the genus "Epacris", and is located in Australia. The species occurs in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
Nemophila breviflora is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common names basin nemophila, Great Basin nemophila, and Great Basin baby-blue-eyes. It is native to southwestern Canada and the northwestern United States, where it generally grows in wooded and forested areas in thickets and moist streambanks.
"Erythranthe breviflora" is a lightly hairy annual herb producing a thin, erect stem up to 17 centimeters tall. The paired leaves have oval-shaped blades borne on petioles, each with a total length under 3 centimeters. The tiny tubular yellow flower is a few millimeters long. Its corolla is divided into five lobes at the mouth.
In 2004 research into the molecular systematics of this group and related species by Oyama and Baum has confirmed that the genus "sensu lato" as described by Thompson is monophyletic, provided that one species ("A. cyathiferum") is removed to the separate genus "Pseudorontium", and the two species of "Mohavea" ("Mohavea confertiflora" and "M. breviflora") are included. The species list given here follows these conclusions.
Erythranthe breviflora is a species of monkeyflower known by the common name shortflower monkeyflower. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to Wyoming to the Modoc Plateau and northern Sierra Nevada in California. It grows in moist areas in several types of habitat. It was formerly known as "Mimulus breviflorus".
Formerly included in Scrophulariaceae, the genus is now included in the Plantaginaceae. The two species are both notable annuals flowering in the spring; the ghostflower "M. confertiflora" features large pale flowers with a pattern of purple spots, while the lesser mohavea "M. breviflora" has small yellow flowers.
Mohavea breviflora is a species of flowering plant in the plantain family known by the common names golden desert-snapdragon and lesser mohavea. It is native to the southwestern United States, including the Mojave Desert and surrounding areas. It is a hairy annual herb growing erect to a maximum height near 20 centimeters. The alternately arranged leaves are lance-shaped. Flowers occur in the leaf axils. They are about 2 centimeters wide and divided into an upper lip with two lobes and a swollen lower lip with three. The flower is yellow with scattered red speckles.
Erythranthe suksdorfii, with the common names Suksdorf's monkeyflower and miniature monkeyflower, is an annual flowering plant in the family Phrymaceae (Lopseed). It was formerly known as "Mimulus suksdorfii". A specimen collected in Washington state in 1885 by the self-taught immigrant botanist Wilhelm Nikolaus Suksdorf was identified as a new species by Asa Gray in 1886, who named it in Suksdorf's honor. It can easily be misidentified with "Erythranthe breviflora", which generally has elliptic leaves rather than the linear or oblong leaves found in "E. suksdorfii".