Synonyms for connata or Related words with connata

sessiliflora              setigera              radlk              mucronata              gracilipes              campanulata              pedicellata              plumosa              ciliatum              dielsii              calcicola              caesia              palicourea              foliosa              brassii              virgata              microcephala              silvatica              congesta              subulata              cuneifolia              insulare              hirtella              anomalum              puberula              marcgravia              peduncularis              parsonsia              spathulata              lepidota              glabrescens              velutinus              longiloba              breviflora              calcarata              laxiflora              papuana              schlechteri              ramulosa              retusum              debilis              asperum              summerh              filamentosa              lehmannii              foveolata              perrieri              deflexa              setacea              platycarpa             



Examples of "connata"
The larvae feed on "Psychotria nervosa", "Psychotria undata", "Bidens connata" and "Dahlia" species.
The only known species is Trichocoryne connata, native to the State of Durango in Mexico.
Stanhopea connata is a species of orchid found from Ecuador to Peru.
Navia connata is a species in the genus "Navia". This species is endemic to Venezuela.
Tinissa connata is a moth of the Tineidae family. It is found in China (Fujian, Guangdong and Guangxi).
Mordellistena connata is a beetle in the "Mordellistena" genus, which is in the Mordellidae family. It was described in 1970 by Ermisch.
European science formally described the species under the name "Spanoghea connata" in 1859, authored by German–Australian botanist Ferdinand von Mueller.
"Bidens connata " is an annual herb up to 200 cm (80 inches) tall. It produces as many as 3 yellow flower heads containing both disc florets and ray florets. The species grows in marshes and other wit sites.
Pristinictis is an extinct genus of Viverravidae, and is considered a primitive member of the group. It was first named by Fox and Youzwyshyn in 1994. It contains at least one species, "Pristinictis connata".
Bidens connata , the purplestem beggarticks or London bur-marigold, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family. It is widespread across much of Eurasia, North Africa, and North America, and naturalized in Australia and on certain Pacific Islands.
Associated plants include "āhinahina" ("Artemisia" spp.) "iliau" ("Wilkesia gymnoxiphium"), "nehe" ("Lipochaeta connata"), "Lobelia niihauensis", "makou" ("Peucedanum sandwicense"), "kokio ula" ("Hibiscus kokio"), "alahee" ("Psydrax odorata"), "alaala wai nui" ("Peperomia" spp.), naio ("Myoporum sandwicense"), "ilima" ("Sida fallax"), "uhaloa" ("Waltheria indica"), "aalii" ("Dodonaea viscosa"), and "kāwelu" ("Eragrostis variabilis").
Hau kuahiwi is found within low to mid-elevations, between in highly degraded remnants of native dry forests. The substrate is basaltic bedrock overlain by dry, crumbly red-brown soil. The current population exists in the Lower Koaie Canyon, a tributary of Waimea Canyon, at an elevation of roughly . Mean temperature in this habitat ranges from and average annual rainfall is . Associated plants include kukui ("Aleurites moluccana"), āhinahina ("Artemisia kauaiensis"), alahee ("Psydrax odorata"), lama ("Diospyros sandwicensis"), nehe ("Lipochaeta connata"), kōlea ("Myrsine" spp.), kuluī ("Nototrichium sandwicense"), ālaa ("Pouteria sandwicensis"), Sacramento Bur ("Triumfetta semitriloba") and āulu ("Sapindus oahuensis").
Crassula connata is a succulent plant known by the common names sand pygmyweed and pygmy stonecrop. It is a very small plant which grows in patches on the ground, especially in rocky areas. It is also sometimes associated with vernal pool plant communities. The stems are a few centimeters in length and are covered with tiny fleshy pointed leaves. Each leaf is only millimeters long. The plant is green when new and it matures to shades of pink and red. It is found in western North America and in parts of Central and South America.