Synonyms for deflexa or Related words with deflexa
Examples of "deflexa"
is a species in the genus "Steyerbromelia". This species is endemic to Venezuela.
Larvae feed on "Trifolium" spp. "Astragalus alpinus", "Oxytropis
" and "Vicia americana".
is a tree native to Guangdong, Hainan, Taiwan, and South Vietnam.
is a mallee that is native to Western Australia .
is a moth of the Depressariidae family. It is found in Brazil and the Guianas.
is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Cresson in 1878.
", the main axis was creeping with the lateral axes at right angles from it. The axes had thorny spikes.
is a shrub of the genus "Grevillea" native to an area in the WMid West, Goldfields and Pilbara regions of Western Australia.
is a species of plant in the Violaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.
Moule, M. 2009. A reliable mass propagation system for Ravensthorpe Radish (Platysace
). Centre for Natural Resource Management, The University of Western Australia, Albany.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Ovulidae, the ovulids, cowry allies or false cowries.
is a shrub of the genus "Acacia" and the subgenus "Plurinerves". It is native to an area in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.
The Coppertone Loquat ("Eriobotrya" x 'Coppertone') is a hybrid of "Eriobotrya
" and Indian Hawthorn ("Rhaphiolepis indica") and is a popular shrub in the Southern United States and California.
"Hsua robusta" is very well preserved in cherts and as compression fossils in the Xujiachong Formation, Yunnan, China. "Hsua
" comes from the same formation, which is Early Devonian (~Pragian to Emsian, around ).
Selaginella selaginoides is a non-flowering plant of the spikemoss genus "Selaginella" with a wide distribution around the Northern Hemisphere. It resembles a moss in appearance but is a vascular plant belonging to the division Lycopodiophyta. It has a number of common names including lesser clubmoss, club spikemoss, northern spikemoss, low spikemoss and prickly mountain-moss. This plant has one close relative, "Selaginella
", native to Hawaii. These two plants form a small clade that is sister to all other "Selaginella" species.
Phylogenetic studies by Korall & Kenrick determined that the "Euselaginella" group, comprising solely the type species, "Selaginella selaginoides" and a closely related Hawaiian species, "Selaginella
", is a basal and anciently diverging sister to all other "Selaginella" species. Beyond this, their study split the remainder of species into two broad groups, one including the "Bryodesma" species, the "Articulatae", section "Ericetorum" and others, and the other centered on the broad "Stachygynandrum" group.
Rhaphiolepis ( or ;) is a genus of about fifteen species of evergreen shrubs and small trees in the family Rosaceae, native to warm temperate and subtropical eastern and southeastern Asia, from southern Japan, southern Korea and southern China south to Thailand and Vietnam. In searching literature it is well to remember that the name commonly is misspelt "Raphiolepsis". The genus is closely related to "Eriobotrya" (loquats), so closely in fact, that members of the two genera have hybridised with each other; for example the "Coppertone loquat" is a hybrid of "Eriobotrya
" X "Rhaphiolepis indica". The common name hawthorn, originally specifically applied to the related genus "Crataegus", now also appears in the common names for some "Rhaphiolepis" species. For example, "Rhaphiolepis indica" often is called "Indian hawthorn", and "Rhaphiolepis umbellata", "Yeddo hawthorn".
Selaginella is the sole genus of vascular plants in the family Selaginellaceae, the spikemosses or lesser clubmosses. This family is distinguished from Lycopodiaceae (the clubmosses) by having scale-leaves bearing a ligule and by having spores of two types. They are sometimes included in an informal paraphyletic group called the "fern allies". "S. moellendorffii" is an important model organism. Its genome has been sequenced by the United States Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute. The name "Selaginella" was erected by Palisot de Beauvois solely for the species "Selaginella selaginoides", which turns out (with the closely related "Selaginella
") to be a clade that is sister to all other "Selaginellas", so any definitive subdivision of the species leaves two taxa in "Selaginella", with the hundreds of other species in new or resurrected genera.
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