Synonyms for cymosa or Related words with cymosa

forssk              laxiflora              peduncularis              calycina              sessiliflora              brevifolium              tenuifolium              lepidota              hirtella              bracteata              grewia              domingensis              labill              ehretia              brassii              anomalum              radlk              ciliatum              auriculatum              oblongifolia              breviflora              kosterm              macbr              filipes              foliosa              connata              cuneifolia              buxifolia              wahlenbergia              laxum              dielsii              mussaenda              stricta              caracasana              barbatum              puberula              campanulata              atropurpurea              flexuosum              corymbosa              amoenum              calcicola              congesta              pedicellata              vollesen              desf              markgr              bracteosa              lancifolia              latifolius             



Examples of "cymosa"
The larvae feed on "Aganosma cymosa" and "Aganosma corymbosa".
The larvae feed on "Grewia occidentalis", "Dombeya cymosa", "Scutia commersoni", "Scutia myrtina" and "Rinorea arborea".
"Dudleya cymosa" is the larval host plant for the Sonoran blue butterfly, "Philotes sonorensis" (Lycaenidae)
The larvae feed on "Dudleya" species, including "D. cymosa", "D. lanceolata" and "D. saxosa". They bore into the leaves of their host plant. Chrysalids hibernate under stones.
Other trees that feed the fruit-eating fish that enter the forest during flood periods are the yellow mombim ("Spondias mombim"), socoró ("Mouriri ulei") and tarumã ("Vitex cymosa").
Billardiera cymosa, the sweet apple-berry, is a small vine native to woodland and coastal heath of Victoria and South Australia.
Baphia cymosa is a plant species native to the République du Gabon in central Africa. The plant grows there in tropical rainforest.
Dudleya cymosa is a succulent plant known by the common name canyon live-forever. The plant is found in rocky areas in the low elevations of California and southern Oregon mountains.
Maytenus cymosa (also called Caribbean mayten) is a species of plant in the Celastraceae family. It is found in Puerto Rico, the British Virgin Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The larvae feed on "Grewia" species (including "Grewia occidentalis", "Grewia similis" and "Grewia flavescens"), "Dombeya" species (including "Dombeya cymosa" and "Dombeya calantha"), "Hibiscus" and "Pavonia" species (including "Pavonia macrophylla" and "Pavonia burchelli").
Bowkeria cymosa (Transvaal shellflower bush) is a species of flowering plants in the family Stilbaceae. It is a leafy, bushy shrub, up to 8 feet in height, endemic to South Africa.
Diphylleia cymosa (umbrellaleaf) is an ornamental plant of the Berberidaceae family, which is native of United States. It is endemic to the deciduous forests of the southeast United States and blooms in the late spring.
Trees that support fruit-eating fish that enter the forest in the flood period include yellow mombim (Spondias mombim), jauari palm (Astrocaryum jauari), biribá (Rollinia deliciosa), tarumã (Vitex cymosa), and apui (Ficus species).
The larvae feed on "Ficus", "Milletia aboensis", "Hibiscus tiliaceus", "Hibiscus micranthus", "Hibiscus panduriformis", "Dombeya rotundifolia", "Dombeya cymosa", "Carissa macrocarpa", "Andersonia", "Grewia bicolor" and "Grewia occidentalis". The larvae are entirely different in appearance from the other species of the Sphingidae family in that they possess spines on their body while most larvae are sleek and smooth.
Rosa cymosa is a species of climbing rose native to China, where it grows from the east coast in Fujian to western Sichuan at up to 1300 m, in warm areas in scrub and gorges, and in bamboo plantations. It is sometimes called the elderflower rose as its flower formation resembles elderberry ("Sambucus") flowers.
The larvae are known to feed on plants of the species "Aganosma cymosa" (Apocynaceae). Another species of Apocynaceae, "Parsonia spiralis" has also been noted as a larval host plant and it is believed that many more species in the family may be discovered.
"Baphia cymosa" is a small tree up to 4 m tall. Leaves are simple, broadly elliptical, tapering at the tip, glabrous on the upper side but with a few light hairs on the underside. Flowers are white, borne in small groups.
Ehretia cymosa is a small tree belonging to the Boraginaceae or borage family. It occurs over a wide range of habitat throughout of western, central and eastern Africa, including Benin, Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Comoros, Madagascar, Mascarenes, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
A variety of trees produce fleshy fruit that supports species of fruit eating primate, bats and fish that enter the forest when it is flooded. These include yellow mombim ("Spondias mombim"), buriti palm ("Mauritia flexuosa"), açaí palm ("Euterpe oleracea"), socoró ("Mouriri ulei") and tarumã ("Vitex cymosa").
The larvae feed on "Ehretia cymosa" var. "abyssinica" and "Ehretia rigida". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of an irregular, oblong, moderate, almost purely epidermal blotch-mine on the upperside of the leaf. It is slightly reddish-brown with a whitish margin.