Synonyms for corniculata or Related words with corniculata

ciliata              incana              caespitosa              stricta              oblongifolia              mucronata              uliginosa              latifolius              setigera              auriculata              ferruginea              uniflora              rugosum              speciosum              radlk              oxalis              chamaesyce              heliotropium              fastigiata              wahlenbergia              spathulata              virgata              glabrescens              connata              caespitosum              ellipticum              campanulata              ciliatum              rhombifolia              verticillata              subulata              multifida              lanceolatum              randia              microcephala              corymbosa              rigens              colorata              sessiliflora              bracteata              pulchellum              ramulosa              speciosus              atropurpurea              muricata              cuneifolia              tetragona              leucopogon              elymus              calcarata             



Examples of "corniculata"
Marasmarcha corniculata is a moth of the Pterophoridae family. It is known from South Africa.
Bathymunida corniculata is a species of squat lobster in the family Munididae.
Palicourea corniculata is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
The larvae feed on "Hammada corniculata" and "Hammada salicornica" from within the galls of other insects.
Furona corniculata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1885.
Cantleya corniculata is a species of plant in the Stemonuraceae family. It is found in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Larvae have been recorded on "Parthenocissus quinquefolia", "Cayratia clematidea", "Cayratia corniculata", "Impatiens wallerana", "Leea indica", "Lagerstroemia indica" and "Fuchsia" species.
Corniculate, an Anglicisation of the Latin diminutives corniculata, corniculatum, and corniculatus, describes an object possessing hornlike extensions. The root is Latin "cornu" = "horn". The term is used to describe the shape of the corniculate cartilages of the larynx. The horned puffin ("Fratercula corniculata") is named for its distinctive horn-like coloration. Likewise "Oxalis corniculata" (creeping woodsorrel) is named for its two erect capsules, which resemble little horns, and the bird's-foot trefoil "Lotus corniculatus" and goat's horn mangrove "Aegiceras corniculatum" are named for their horn-shaped fruits.
Another instance of the name, "Corallina elegans" Lenormand ex Areschoug, 1852 is accepted as "Jania rubens var. corniculata" (Linnaeus) Yendo, 1905.
The larvae feed on "Rhynchospora corniculata". They bore the seeds of their host plant. A single larva consumes several seeds. Pupation takes place within a seed.
Alasea is a genus of moths in the Choreutidae family, containing only one species, Alasea corniculata, which is known from Costa Rica.
Dichomeris corniculata is a moth in the Gelechiidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1913. It is found in India (Assam) and China (Guangdong).
Eugoa corniculata is a moth of the family Arctiidae. It was described by Kühne in 2007. It is found in Kenya.
Allocasuarina corniculata, commonly known as Tamma or the Tamma sheoak, is a shrub of the genus "Allocasuarina" native to the Wheatbelt and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia..
The larvae feed on "Oxalis" species (including "Oxalis corniculata"), "Ipomoea batatas" and Vitaceae ("Vitis indica"). They feed on the leaf and pod of the host plant.
Eoophyla corniculata is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Jaenicke and Mey in 2011. It is found on Sumatra.
Cadra corniculata is a species of snout moth in the genus "Cadra". It was described by Horak in 1994. It is found in western Australia.
The horned puffin ("Fratercula corniculata") is an auk, similar in appearance to the Atlantic puffin. It is a pelagic seabird that feeds primarily by diving for fish. It nests in colonies, often with other auks.
The eggs are laid on the host plants and the larvae hatch to feed on them. The plants include members of the Oxalidaceae including "Oxalis corniculata", some Leguminosae and Acanthaceae.
Guzmania corniculata is a species of plant in the Bromeliaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.