Synonyms for candicans or Related words with candicans

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Examples of "candicans"
Abuta candicans (syn. "Abuta limaciifolia" Diels, "Abuta pullei" Diels, "Chondrodendron limaciifolium" (Diels) Moldenke, "Chondrodendron candicans" (Rich.) Sandwith, "Curarea candicans" (Rich. ex DC.) Barneby, "Sciadotenia candicans" (Rich.) Diels) is a species in the Menispermaceae family.
Candicine occurs in a variety of plants, notably the cacti. This alkaloid was first isolated from the Argentinian cactus "Trichocereus candicans" (now reclassified as "Echinopsis candicans"), from which it derives its name, and from other "Trichocereus" species. "T. candicans" may contain up to 5% candicine, and is also a rich source of the closely related alkaloid hordenine.
The larvae feed on "Callicarpa candicans". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
The larvae feed on "Scabiosa candicans", "Scabiosa pyrenaica", "Scleranthus" species and "Limoniastrum monopetalum".
Ornithogalum candicans, known as the summer hyacinth, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae, native to moist grassland in South Africa (Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Free State, Kwazulu/Natal, Eastern Cape). It is a bulbous perennial growing to , with strap-shaped leaves and white snowdrop-like flowers in late summer. It is still widely referenced under its synonym "Galtonia candicans". Originally it had been designated as "Hyacinthus candicans", by Baker in 1870.
"Galtonia" was first described in 1880 by Joseph Decaisne, as a new genus within Liliaceae and appeared the following year in the 1881 Kew Gardens report. He describes two species, "G. candicans" ("Hyacinthus candicans" Baker) and "G. princeps" ("Hyacinthus princeps" Baker), which are listed in an 1884 text. These were reassignments of two of Baker's species of "Hyacinthus", which he distinguished as sufficiently different to justify forming a new genus, with "G. candicans" the type species.
Rhaphiptera candicans is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gounelle in 1908.
Eupithecia candicans is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in Cameroon and possibly Kenya.
Monardella candicans is a species of flowering plant in the mint family known by the common name Sierra monardella.
Vasconcellea candicans is a small tree native to the western slopes of the Andes in southern Ecuador and Peru.
Lepturgantes candicans is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1863.
Platypalpus candicans is a species of fly in the family Hybotidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
"Caladenia uliginosa" subsp. "candicans" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
Scrobipalpa candicans is a moth in the Gelechiidae family. It was described by Povolný in 1996. It is found in China (Xinjiang), Kyrgyzstan and south-eastern Kazakhstan.
Manning et al. (2009) reconstructed "Galtonia" as a subgenus of "Ornithogalum", but with two sections and a type species of "O. candicans";
Falsamblesthis candicans is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gounelle in 1910. It is known from Ecuador.
Echinopsis candicans is a species of cactus from northern and western Argentina (Monte Desert). It has large fragrant white flowers that open at night.
Quercus candicans is a Mesoamerican species of oak tree in the family beech family. It is native to central and southern Mexico (Chihuahua, Chiapas, Colima, Durango,
"Caladenia uliginosa" was first described in 1984 by Alex George and the description was published in "Nuytsia". In 2001, Stephen Hopper and Andrew Phillip Brown described three subspecies, including subspecies "candicans" and the description was also published in "Nuytsia" from a specimen collected near West Dale. The subspecies name ("candicans") is a Latin word meaning "shining white" or "bright" referring to the colour of the labellum of this orchid.
Echium candicans (syn. "Echium fastuosum" J.Jacq.), commonly known as pride of Madeira, is a species of flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae, native to the island of Madeira. It is a large herbaceous Perennial subshrub, growing to .