Synonyms for buxifolia or Related words with buxifolia
Examples of "buxifolia"
The genus "Eggersia", was named for him by Joseph Dalton Hooker. The species "Eggersia
" () is synonymous with "Neea
The larvae feed on "Agauria salicifolia" and "Agauria
is a species of plant in the Caprifoliaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Bolivian national flowers are the "kantuta" ("Cantua
") and "patujú" ("Heliconia rostrata").
is a species of plant in the Piperaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
"Osbeckia lanata" Alston. is synonymous with "Osbeckia
" var. "minor" Thwait. and "Osbeckia walkeri" var. "becketii" Triana.
The larvae feed on "Ehretia" species (including "Ehretia dicksoni" var. "japonica", "Ehretia laevis" and "Ehretia
") and "Cordia subcordata".
is an uncommon South American species of plants native to the Republic of Colombia in South America.
, the sea box or dysentery bush, is a species of shrub in the Apocynaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Scutia
". The larvae feed in enrolled leaves. They often changed to a new leaf.
, commonly known as Box-leaf Waxflower, is a shrub in the family Rutaceae. It produces white or pink flowers.
In the prairies "Tala" (Celtis tala), "Molle rastrero" (Schinus longifolius), "Espina amarilla" (Berberis laurina) and "Coronilla" (Scutia
) thrive, and Cortaderia selloana can be found.
It is similar to the species "Bossiaea
", but may be distinguished by its longer leaves, petioles and pedicels and more distant leaf spacing.
is a shrub belonging to the Rubiaceae. It is found in the Mascarene Islands of Mauritius, Réunion, and Rodrigues.
is a species of flowering shrub, known by the common names dwarf silktassel and boxleaf silktassel, in the "Garrya" genus.
is a tree in the Ebenaceae family. It grows up to tall. Inflorescences bear up to five flowers. The fruits are ellipsoid, up to long. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin, referring to the leaves' resemblance to those of the genus "Buxus". Habitat is forests from sea-level to altitude. "D.
" is found widely from India to Indochina and in Malesia as far as New Guinea.
Adults take nectar from highbush blueberry ("Vaccinium corymbosum"), sand myrtle ("Kalmia
"), chokeberries ("Aronia arbutifolia" and "Aronia melanocarpa"), black cherry ("Prunus serotina"), red maple ("Acer rubrum"), and rock cress ("Arabis" sp.).
The flora includes gramineous plants and shrubs such as the taya-taya ("Caesalpinia spinosa"), the quishuar ("Buddleja coriacea"), and the cantuta ("Cantua
") which was considered sacred by the Incas.
This species only occurs in the Andes of central Argentina, where it grows in rocky mountainous habitat at elevations between 2000 and 2600 meters. Associated flora includes "Nassauvia axillaris", "Berberis
", and species of "Ephedra" and "Adesmia".
In open spaces some Succulent fruits can be found: Chilean strawberry ("Fragaria chiloensis"), and calafate ("Berberis
"); they used to complement the nourishment of the (now almost nonexistent) native peoples.
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