Synonyms for caesia or Related words with caesia

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Examples of "caesia"
The larvae feed on "Acacia pennata" and "Acacia caesia".
Stenoma caesia is a moth of the Depressariidae family. It is found in Guyana.
Eurithia caesia is a European species of fly in the family Tachinidae.
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga caesia". They live in a spinning (a shelter like the web of a spider).
Clade B - "Emberiza" species: "leucocephalos, citrinella, stewarti, cirlus, hortulana, caesia, buchanani, cia, godlewskii, cioides, jankowskii, fucata," with ""Miliaria" calandra".
The larvae feed on the seeds of "Aster shortii" and "Solidago caesia". They create a trivalved, tubular silken case.
Cultivated goldenrods include "S. bicolor", "S. caesia", "S. canadensis", "S. cutleri", "S. riddellii," "S. rigida", "S. shortii", and "S. virgaurea".
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga caesia" and "Saxifraga tombeaensis". They have a dark greenish brown body and black head.
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga oppositifolia" and possibly "Saxifraga caesia". They have a dark green body and black head.
Solidago caesia, commonly named blue-stemmed goldenrod, wreath goldenrod, or woodland goldenrod, is a flowering plant native to North America.
Leptophobia caesia, the bluish white, is a butterfly in the Pieridae family. It is found from Mexico to Ecuador.
Authenticated collections of "E.  caesia" were later made by A. Morrison in 1885, and in 1923 Charles Gardner collected specimens from a form with considerably larger leaves, buds, flowers and fruits. This was later recognised as subspecies "magna" by Brooker and Hopper (1982), with the original form being designated subspecies "caesia".
"Eucalyptus caesia" was named in 1867 by George Bentham from specimens collected by James Drummond in 1847. Drummond made his collection too late in the season to gather buds and flowers, and this made later identification difficult. During the Elder Scientific Exploring Expedition of 1891–2, Richard Helms gathered specimens of a "Eucalyptus" that the Indigenous Australians of the area called "Gungurru". This was almost certainly "Eucalyptus woodwardii", but in 1896 it was misidentified by Mueller and Tate as "E. caesia". This led to the incorrect application of the common name "Gungurru" to "E. caesia", and to confusion about the species' distribution.
Hadena caesia, also called the grey, is a species of moth of the family Noctuidae. It has a scattered distribution all over Europe (see subspecies section).
Aechmea caesia is a species in the genus "Aechmea". This species is endemic to the State of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
In May 2006, Hart Dyke managed to get an Australian "Eucalyptus caesia" plant (common name Silver Princess) to flower for the first time in the UK.
The unique "Caesia" variety of this species - found only around Molteno in the Eastern Cape - has lighter grey-green leaves and bright yellow flowers.
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga caesia", "Saxifraga oppositifolia" and possibly "Saxifraga hiflora macropetala". They have a dark greenish brown body and blackish brown head.
The Cretzschmar's bunting ("Emberiza caesia") is a passerine bird in the bunting family Emberizidae, a group now separated by most modern authors from the finches, Fringillidae.
Caesia parviflora, the pale grass lily, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asphodelaceae, subfamily Hemerocallidoideae, native to Australia.