Synonyms for cernua or Related words with cernua

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Examples of "cernua"
Nassella cernua (syn. "Stipa cernua") is a species of grass known by the common name nodding needlegrass.
Disa cernua is a species of orchid found in South Africa (SW. and S. Cape Province).
As the common name suggests "cernua" means "falling over," or "bowed" in Latin.
visited include white umbellifers, "Bidens cernua", "Menyanthes", "Potentilla palustris", "Ranunculus". Flies mid June to beginning August.
Breynia cernua grows naturally in Australia and Malesia as a shrub up to in height.
There is only one known species, "Cuspidia cernua", native to the Cape Province region of South Africa.
Psychotria cernua is a species of flowering plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Tahiti.
There is only one known species, Campylostachys cernua, endemic to the Cape Province region of South Africa.
Norfolk Island has two species of Lycopodiophyta, the indigenous club moss "Lycopodiella cernua" and the naturalised spikemoss "Selaginella kraussiana".
Eucalyptus cernua, commonly known as the red-flowered moort, is a eucalypt that is native to Western Australia.
The perennial "Nassella cernua" bunchgrass has stems up to tall. The narrow leaves have a waxy texture.
"Bidens cernua" sometimes grows as high as 400 cm (160 inches) tall in favorable conditions. The leaves are sessile with coarsely-toothed margins. The name ""cernua"" means "nodding," or "hanging ." This refers to the fact that the flower heads are sometimes oriented horizontally or downwards. The plant does best in wet habitats such as swamps, marshes, and flood plains.
The habitat also includes "Sida fallax" ("ilima"), "Sophora chrysophylla" ("māmane"), "Lycopodiella cernua" ("wāwaeiole"), and two invasive species, "Leucaena leucocephala" ("koa haole") and "Cenchrus ciliaris".
Adult beetles are associated generally with plants of the family Asteraceae) including "Ambrosia artemisiifolia", "Flourensia cernua", and "Helianthus annuus" (common sunflower).
Bidens cernua is a plant species in the sunflower family, widespread across much of Eurasia and North America. It is commonly called nodding beggarticks or nodding bur-marigold,
Spiranthes cernua, commonly called the nodding lady's tresses, is a species of orchid occurring from Eastern Canada to the central and eastern United States.
A commonly cultivated variety is "Spiranthes cernua" var. "odorata" 'Chadds Ford', grown because of its larger flowers, ease of cultivation, and other merits.
Gentianella cernua is a species of plant in the family Gentianaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland.
Valeriana cernua is a species of plant in the Caprifoliaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland.
"Ocotea" produce essential oils, which are rich in camphor and safrole. East African camphorwood ("O. usambarensis"), Peruvian rosewood ("O. cernua") and Brazilian sassafras ("O. odorifera") are traded internationally.