Synonyms for campanulata or Related words with campanulata

auriculata              spathulata              ciliata              sessiliflora              speciosum              subulata              setigera              insulare              mucronata              bracteata              caffra              gracilipes              connata              caesia              glabrescens              robustum              hookeri              pedicellata              deflexa              calcarata              microcephala              oblongifolia              allophylus              subsessilis              radlk              multifida              sinuata              ferruginea              ciliatum              stricta              corymbosa              parvifolium              laevigata              flexuosum              hirtella              rubiginosa              longiflora              laxiflora              berteroana              atropurpurea              anomalum              silvatica              ellipticum              lepidota              uniflora              rubida              plumosa              latifolius              ramosissima              fastigiata             

Examples of "campanulata"
Aspidistra campanulata is a species of flowering plant. "A. campanulata" grows in evergreen forests on very steep slopes of eroded limestone mountains in Vietnam. Its name is due to the bell shape of its perigone.
"Nepenthes campanulata" has no known natural hybrids. No infraspecific taxa have been described.
The larvae feed on "Zizyphus mauritiana", "Spathodea campanulata", "Tecoma" and "Stenotaphrum" species.
The larva (caterpillar) has been recorded on "Sabia campanulata", "Meliosma pungens", "Meliosma rhoifolia", "Meliosma rigida", "Meliosma squamulata", and "Buddleja".
The larvae have been recorded feeding on the leaves of "Spathodea campanulata". Other recorded foodplants include "Newboldia" and "Markhamia" species.
Dawsonia campanulata is an organic-walled Palaeozoic organism of unknown affinity . It resembles a shell or purse.
Freziera campanulata is a species of plant in the Pentaphylacaceae family. It is found in Ecuador and Peru.
The type material of "N. campanulata" lacks floral structures and these remained unknown until the species' rediscovery in 1997.
"Aspidistra campanulata" is known only from its type locality, in Na Hang District, Tuyên Quang Province, Vietnam.
In Uganda, two lepidopteran species, two termite species, and one bark beetle attack "S. campanulata". In Puerto Rico nine insect species in the orders Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, and Thysanoptera have been reported as feeding on various parts of "S. campanulata". The species is quite susceptible to butt and heart rot; wood of the tree rots quickly when in contact with the ground.
In July 2013, a taxon closely resembling "N. campanulata" was observed and photographed growing on the limestone cliffs of the Saint Paul formation, Palawan, the Philippines. Charles Clarke and Ch'ien Lee consider these plants likely to represent "N. campanulata", or at least a close relative.
Forest fires destroyed the only known population of "N. campanulata" in 1983 and it was uncertain whether the species had survived elsewhere or was in fact extinct. It was rediscovered in 1997, several hundred kilometres from the type locality. "Nepenthes campanulata" is listed as Vulnerable on the 2014 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Eucalyptus campanulata, known as the New England blackbutt, or gum-topped peppermint is a tree native to eastern Australia. Previously known as Eucalyptus andrewsii subsp. campanulata, it differs from Eucalyptus andrewsii because of the fruit shape. Gumnuts being bell shaped (campanulate), pear shaped or obconical.
S. campanulata is a declared class 3 pest species in Queensland, Australia, under the "Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002".
Tagetes campanulata is a South American species of plants in the sunflower family. It is found in Argentina (Provinces of Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja) and Bolivia (Tarija Department).
"Eremophila campanulata" occurs between Prenti Downs and Wongawol in the Gascoyne biogeographic region where it grows in stony clay on low hills.
Animals within the zone include stalked jellyfish such as "Lucernariopsis campanulata" and "Lucernariopsis cruxmelitensis", and a fish the giant goby ("Gobius cobitis").
Silene campanulata is a species of flowering plant in the pink family known by the common names Red Mountain catchfly and bell catchfly.
In his description of "N. campanulata", Kurata suggested that it may be closely related to "N. inermis", a Sumatran endemic. However, other taxonomists disagree with this hypothesis. These two species are similar in general stature as well as pitcher morphology. However, they are not only separated by great geographical distance, but also occur in completely different habitats; "N. campanulata" is a lowland species endemic to limestone substrates, whereas "N. inermis" usually grows as an epiphyte at elevations of 1500 to 2600 m.
The population of "N. campanulata" from which the type specimen originated was destroyed as a result of forest fires in 1983. All known populations were completely killed off in late 1991 or early 1992. "Nepenthes campanulata" was at this time thought to have become extinct. However, the species was rediscovered in 1997 by Ch'ien Lee on the limestone cliffs of Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, more than 400 km from the type locality.