Synonyms for ciliatum or Related words with ciliatum
Examples of "ciliatum"
The three currently recognized subspecies may each constitute a distinct species. If so, "E.
" ssp. "watsonii" would perhaps use the name "E. adenocaulon" and include those populations, while "E.
" ssp. glandulosum" would perhaps use the name "E. bergianum" and include those populations. The others named "E.
" ssp. "
" populations would remain.
is a species of orchid endemic to Brazil.
is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
is a species of calcareous sponge belonging to the family Sycettidae.
is a member of the "Myrtaceae" family endemic to Western Australia.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gressitt in 1942.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks.
The larvae feed on "Vitis", "Oenothera biennis", "Ludwigia", "Lythrum", "Decodon verticillatus" and "Hibiscus". The California population has been recorded from "Epilobium
" and "Oenothera".
is a plant species in the family Araceae. It is found in Lijang, Yunnan, China at elevations of 2500 meters.
" may be a cryptic species complex. The Rocky Mountain Willowherb ("Epilobium saximontanum") is sometimes included as yet another subspecies.
, the sickle-leaved cymodocea, is a species of plant in the "Thalassodendron" genus of seagrasses in the family Cymodoceaceae.
The larvae mainly feed on "Parthenocissus quinquefolia", "Hibbertia obtusifolia", "Amyema gaudichaudii", "Epilobium
", "Fuchsia" and "Oenothera" species, but mainly "Vitis vinifera", hence it is considered a pest.
Other ""Solanum"" taxa of unknown identity but presumably belonging into "Lycianthes" include "S.
" , "S. corniculatum" , "S. retrofractum" var. "acuminatum", "S. violaceum" , "S. violifolium" f. "typicum", "S. virgatum" notst "β albiflorum", "S. uniflorum" and "S. uniflorum" var. "berterianum".
, or the Iceland cockle, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Cardiidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from Greenland to Massachusetts.
" is an annual with a taproot, and usually an unbranched stem up to 50 cm (20 inches) tall. Flower heads have white or bluish ray florets and yellow disc florets.
The gardens include "Asclepias tuberosa", azaleas, caladium, "Callicarpa americana", camellia, "Canna", "Chionanthus retusus", chrysanthemum, crape myrtle, cyclamen, "Delphinium", "Ficus carica", "Gossypium", hydrangea, "Koelreuteria bipinnata", Louisiana irises, "Lycoris aurea", "Narcissus", "Passiflora incarnata", "Phytolacca americana", "Euphorbia pulcherrima", roses, "Stigmaphyllon
", tulips, vitex, and "Zingiber zerumbet".
The genome of "C. rhomboideum" is smaller than that of "C. annuum." In the specific differentiation, C. rhomboideum likely underwent genome size reduction. Approximately 5% of the genome is heterochromatic. The typical Capsicum has 2n=24, and since 2n=26 in "C. rhomboideum ," causing it to be reclassified from "Capsicum
" in 2001.
" is common along the coasts of Europe and occurs on the eastern fringes of the Atlantic Ocean from Scandinavia south to Portugal. It is found low down on the shore and in the neritic zone, amongst seaweed, under stones or in rock pools in areas without strong wave action.
, or Comanche western-daisy, is a North American species of flowering plants in the daisy family. It is native to the southern part of the Great Plains of the central United States, with the range continuing southward into northeastern Mexico. It is found in the States of Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas.
, known by the common names fringed willowherb, American willowherb, slender willow herb, and northern willow herb is a species of "flowering plant" in the willowherb family Onagraceae. This species is native to much of North America, southern South America, and East Asia. It is an introduced species in much of Eurasia and Australia.
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