Synonyms for caespitosum or Related words with caespitosum

parvifolium              lanceolatum              glabrescens              oblongifolia              flexuosum              pedicellata              foliosa              symphoricarpos              floribundum              multifida              squarrosa              chamaesyce              brachylaena              incana              ramosissima              spathulata              uliginosa              labill              microcephala              stricta              rotundifolium              parsonsia              latifolius              ciliatum              corymbosa              ramulosa              fastigiata              linifolia              connata              ambiguum              arbuscula              strictus              asperum              pumilum              campanulata              robustum              rugosum              virginianum              fimbriatum              sieberi              insulare              obtusum              setacea              bracteata              elatum              leucopogon              sessiliflora              trisetum              serpyllifolia              setigera             



Examples of "caespitosum"
Petrophytum caespitosum (orth. var. Petrophyton caespitosum) is a species of flowering plant in the rose family known by the common name mat rock spiraea.
Hieracium caespitosum (commonly known as meadow hawkweed, yellow hawkweed,
Larvae feed on "Vaccinium uliginosum" and "Vaccinium caespitosum".
Phacellophyllum caespitosum is an extinct species of tabulate coral.
"H. caespitosum" has, in the past, been used for healing eyesight. Pliny the Elder had recorded information regarding how other species, specifically hawks, utilized "H. caespitosum", specifically believing that they would eat it in an effort to improve eyesight.
Bulbophyllum caespitosum is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
Allium caespitosum is a plant species native to Xinjiang and Kazakhstan in Central Asia. It grows in desert regions, very often in sandy locales.
Vaccinium cespitosum, (also, "caespitosum"), the dwarf bilberry, is a species of flowering shrub in the genus "Vaccinium", which includes blueberries, huckleberries, and cranberries.
Under the Famennian, the Frasnian consists, from top to bottom, of nodular gray shale, and mica rich in fossils such as "Cyrtospirifer verneuili", "Spirigera concentrica", "Atrypa reticularis", "Orthis striatula", "Productus subaculeatus", and "Acervularia pentagona". Below this are gray limestone-built beds, rich in corals such as "Phacellophyllum caespitosum", "Thamnopora boloniensis", alternating with black shale and nodular limestone containing "Cyrtospirifer verneuilli" and "Phacellophyllum caespitosum". These beds issue from siltation of the biostromes present in the Frasnian epoch, 370 million years ago.
Geranium caespitosum (purple cluster geranium, pineywoods geranium) is a perennial herb native to the western United States and northern Mexico. Its US distribution includes Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
"H. caespitosum" prefers silt loam, well-drained soil: coarse textures, moderately low in organic matter, and moist. Its presence can be an indicator of low soil fertility or slightly acidic soils.
Thelionema caespitosum, the tufted lily or tufted blue-lily, is a species of perennial herb, native to Australia. The lily-like flowers are blue, light blue, pale yellow or white and have yellow stamens.
After maturing they are dispersed by wind, clothing, hair, feathers, and some vehicles that disturb fields or soils. "H. caespitosum" persists and regrows each year from rhizomes and often spreads by stolons,
"H. caespitosum"'s native range includes a large portion of Europe, including Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Estonia, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and Yugoslavia.
"H. caespitosum" is an introduced species in North America and can be found in Canada (British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec)
"Allium caespitosum" produces clumps of small bulbs. Scapes are round in cross-section, up to 20 cm tall. Leaves are very narrow, shorter than the scape. Flowers are white or pale pink.
Paspalidium caespitosum, commonly known as Brigalow grass, is a species of grass in the Poaceae family native to inland eastern Australia, where it is found in the Brigalow Belt.
Pseudomonas argentinensis is a yellow-pigmented, Gram-negative, rod-shaped, nonspore-forming, strictly aerobic organism bacterium that infects the rhizospheres of "Chloris ciliata" and "Pappophorum caespitosum", both grasses native to the Chaco region (Cordoba) of Argentina.
Tufted Knotweed is similar to other "Polygonum" species, particularly "Polygonum persicaria" ("Lady's thumb"). Around the stem of both these species there is a papery sheath known as an ocrea with stiff spine-like hairs at the top, but in "P. caespitosum" these hairs are much longer, as long as the visible portion of the ocrea, whereas in "P. persicaria" they are much shorter.
"Petrophytum caespitosum" is a very low matted shrub growing in carpets up to 80 centimeters wide, creeping over rocks. The plant often grows on vertical surfaces and hangs by its roots, which cling to cracks in rock. The stems are thick and very short, covered densely in rosettes of oval leaves.