Synonyms for chaerophyllum or Related words with chaerophyllum


Examples of "chaerophyllum"
The larvae feed on "Chaerophyllum" species, including "Chaerophyllum temulum", "Chaerophyllum bulbosum" and "Chaerophyllum aureum". They live in between the flowers of the host plant, which they spin together with silk.
Chaerophyllum elegans is a flowering plant species in the genus "Chaerophyllum" found in the Alps from Switzerland, France and Italy.
Chaerophyllum is a genus of flowering plant in the Apiaceae, with 35 species native to Europe, Asia, North America, and northern Africa. It includes the cultivated root vegetable "Chaerophyllum bulbosum" (turnip rooted chervil).
The larvae feed on "Anthriscus sylvestris", "Chaerophyllum temulum", "Daucus carota" and "Torilis japonica".
Chromosome number of "Chaerophyllum temulum" and infraspecific taxa 2n = 14, 22.
The larvae feed on "Primula", "Lamium", "Chaerophyllum" and other low growing plants.
white umbellifers, "Arbutus unedo", "Chaerophyllum", "Crataegus", "Galium", "Hedera", "Hypochoeris", "Polygonum cuspidatum", "Rubus fruticosus", "Rubus idaeus", "Sambucus", "Urtica dioica", "Viburnum opulus".
Chaerophyllum temulum (syn. "C. temulentum"), rough chervil, is a species of flowering plant in the family Apiaceae.
"Convolvulus", "Crataegus", "Chaerophyllum", "Euonymus", "Filipendula", "Hedera", "Rhododendron", "Rubus", "Sambucus", "Solidago", "Sorbus", "Viburnum opulus". The flight period is May to October.
The larvae feed on the seeds of "Pimpinella saxifraga", "Chaerophyllum bulbosum", "Chaerophyllum temulum", "Aegopodium podagraria" and "Angelica silvestris". The larvae are yellowish with a dark brown head. They live within spun together seeds. Larvae can be found from July to August. The species overwinters in the pupal stage within a pupa made underground.
The larvae feed on "Anthriscus", "Angelica", "Peucedanum", "Aegopodium", "Pastinaca", "Chaerophyllum" and "Heracleum sphondylium". They live between leaves spun together with silk.
The larvae feed on various umbelliferous plants, including "Daucus carota", "Chaerophyllum temulum", "Peucedanum palustre", "Apium graveolens" and "Oenanthe crocata". The species overwinters as an adult.
It can be found on various Apiaceae species, mainly of the genus "Laserpitium", "Heracleum", "Chaerophyllum", "Peucedanum" and "Angelica". The activity period is June–August.
The larvae feed on "Anthriscus caucalis", "Anthriscus sylvestris", "Chaerophyllum temulum", "Angelica sylvestris", "Angelica archangelica" and "Seseli libanotica". The species overwinters as an adult.
Habitat:Deciduous, broad-leaved evergreen and coniferous forest. Flowers visited include white umbellifers, "Arbutus unedo", "Chaerophyllum", "Euonymus", "Euphorbia", "Filipendula", "Hedera", "Rubus", "Salix", "Sorbus", "Viburnum opulus".
The generic name "Chaerophyllum" is a compound of the Greek elements "chairo" 'to please' and "phyllon" a leaf, giving the meaning 'having pleasant foliage'.
The larvae spin the leaves of a variety of umbelliferous plants, including "Heracleum sphondylium", "Anthriscus sylvestris", "Chaerophyllum temulum", and most other Umbelliferae including "Angelica sylvestris", "Aegopodium podagraria", "Conopodium majus", "Daucus", "Meum", "Myrrhis", "Oenanthe", "Pastinaca", "Silaum", "Sison", "Smyrnium", "Torilis" and "Ligusticum".
An array of flowers are visited including: "Calluna, Chaerophyllum, Cirsium arvense, Euphorbia, Galium, Hieracium, Hypochoeris, Narthecium, Origanum, Potentilla erecta, Ranunculus, Rosa rugosa, Rubus idaeus, Sambucus nigra, Senecio, Solidago canadensis, S.virgaurea."
The larvae feed on "Daucus", "Conium", "Torilis", "Anthriscus", "Chaerophyllum", "Pimpinella" and "Seseli" species. They live in a loose upper-surface silk spinning of a leaf of their host plant.
Chaerophyllum procumbens, known by the common names spreading chervil and wild chervil, is an annual forb native to the eastern United States and Canada, which produces small white flowers in spring.