Synonyms for clethra or Related words with clethra

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Examples of "clethra"
The specific epithet "clethroides" means "like alder" ("Clethra").
Clethra alnifolia (coastal sweetpepperbush or summersweet), is a species of flowering plant in the genus "Clethra" of the family Clethraceae, native to eastern North America from southern Nova Scotia and Maine south to northern Florida, and west to eastern Texas.
In the past, most botanists included only "Clethra" in the family, but recent research has shown "Purdiaea", previously placed in the closely related family Cyrillaceae, is more closely allied to "Clethra".
"Clethra canescens" var. "clementis" is endemic to Borneo. Its habitat is montane forests, occasionally lowland forests.
Clethra canescens" var. "clementis is a tree in the family Clethraceae.
The larvae feed on "Guatteria diospyroides", "Clethra unnata", "Dipteryx panamensis", "Inga" species, "Senna fruticosa" and "Miriocarpa longipes".
"Clethra longispicata" grows naturally in Borneo, the Philippines and Sulawesi. Its habitat is hill and submontane forests from to altitude.
Acer rubrum Red Maple, Clethra alnifolia Sweet Pepperbush, Betula nigra River Birch, Cornus sericea Red Osier dogwood.
"Clethra pachyphylla" is endemic to Malaysian Borneo. Its habitat is hill and montane forests from to altitude.
Clethra is a genus of flowering shrubs or small trees described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1753.
Clethra pachyphylla is a tree in the family Clethraceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Greek meaning "thick leaves".
Clethra arborea, commonly known as the lily-of-the-valley-tree, is a flowering plant in the genus "Clethra". It is found in Macaronesia where it is native to Madeira, extinct in the Canary Islands, and considered an introduced species in the Azores. In Madeira its natural habitat is laurisilva forest.
The larvae feed on "Clethra barbinervis". They create and oval ellipsoidal case consisting of three pieces. The larva overwinters on the ground. Pupation takes place in spring.
"Clethra longispicata" grows up to tall. The fissured bark is brown. The scented flowers are white. The roundish fruits measure up to in diameter.
Clethra longispicata is a tree in the family Clethraceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "long spike", referring to the inflorescence.
"Clethra canescens" var. "clementis" grows up to tall. The smooth bark is pale brown. The scented flowers are white. The roundish fruits measure up to in diameter.
"Clethra pachyphylla" grows up to tall. The fissured bark is pale grey. The scented flowers are white. The roundish fruits measure up to in diameter.
"Clethra" is one of two genera in the family Clethraceae (the other being "Purdiaea"). The species may be evergreen or deciduous, and all bear flowers in clusters (inflorescences).
"Clethra acuminata" can reach as high as tall. It has acuminate leaves with teeth along the margins, and solitary white flowers.
Clethra barbinervis is a species of flowering plant in the genus "Clethra" of the family Clethraceae, native to the far east, from eastern China, Korea, and Japan. It is an upright shrub growing to , with dark green leaves long, and racemes of small, fragrant, white flowers long in late summer and autumn. Mature specimens have attractive peeling bark. Though hardy, it requires a sheltered location in temperate regions.