Synonyms for caespitosa or Related words with caespitosa

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Examples of "caespitosa"
World Botanical Associates, "Niebla caespitosa", retrieved 18 Dec 2014, http://www.worldbotanical.com/niebla_caespitosa.htm#caespitosa
Aliciella caespitosa (syn. "Gilia caespitosa") is a species of flowering plant in the phlox family known by the common names Rabbit Valley gilia and Wonderland Alice-flower. It is endemic to Utah, where it is known only from Wayne County.
This wildflower was once considered a variety of the endemic tufted poppy ("Eschscholzia caespitosa").
The larvae feed on "Acanthocarpus canaliculatus", "Acanthocarpus preissii", "Lomandra caespitosa" and "Lomandra collina".
The larvae feed on "Poa annua", "Poa caespitosa", "Agrostis tenuis", "Bromus catharticus" and "Festuca arundinacea".
Larvae have been reared from "Chionochloa rubra", "Poa caespitosa" and "Poa annua".
Azorella caespitosa is a species of Azorella flowering plant, found in the Falkland Islands.
The larvae feed on "Festuca novaezealandiae", "Poa caespitosa", "Agrostis tenuis", "Alopercus pratensis", "Bromus catharticus" and "Poa annua".
"Eremophila caespitosa" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
The western paintbrush is often associated with tufted hairgrass ("Deschampsia caespitosa"), golden avens ("Geum rossii"), and Bellard kobresia ("Kobresia myosuroides")
Eschscholzia caespitosa is a species of poppy known by the common names foothill poppy, tufted poppy and collarless California poppy.
"Niebla caespitosa" has a similar reticulate cortex to "N. testudinaria" but differs in its thickness, (25-)45–75 µm thick. The thinner cortex in this species ("N. caespitosa") is undoubtedly related to its crinkled margins, to the more sharply delineated cortical ridges, and to the more recessed cortical surface between the ridges.
Niebla caespitosa is a fruticose lichen that grows along the fog regions of the Pacific Coast of North America from southern California, including the Channel Islands, to the Vizcaíno Peninsula of Baja California. The epithet, "caespitosa", is in regard to the clustered thallus branches spreading widely from a central attachment or holdfast
Phoenix caespitosa ("caespitosa" - Latin, clumped or tufted) is a species of flowering plant in the palm family native to the Arabian Peninsula and the deserts of Somalia. This species grows in large clumps near oases or underground springs. The trunks are short, often subterranean, in readily clumping clusters with 3 m leaves divided into 15 to 45 cm, bluish-green leaflets.
Aegokeras caespitosa is a species of flowering plants of the Apiaceae family and the only species of genus Aegokeras. It is endemic to Turkey.
Chamonixia caespitosa is a species of secotioid fungus in the family Boletaceae. It was described as new to science in 1899 by French mycologist Léon Louis Rolland.
Zostera caespitosa is a species of eelgrass native to the shores of northeastern Asia: Japan, Korea, northeastern China (Liaoning), and the Russian Far East (Kuril Islands).
Associated species include "Beckmannia syzigachne", "Deschampsia caespitosa", "D. danthonioides", "Glyceria borealis", "Hordeum brachyantherum", "Carex athrostachya", "C. nebrascensis", "C. saxatilis", and "Eleocharis palustris".
Clavulina caespitosa is a species of coral fungus in the family Clavulinaceae. Found in Guyana, it was described as new to science in 2005.
Suessenguthiella caespitosa is a species of plant in the Molluginaceae family. It is endemic to Namibia. Its natural habitat is rocky areas.