Synonyms for densiflorum or Related words with densiflorum

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Examples of "densiflorum"
Syzygium densiflorum is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family. It is endemic to India.
Sclerolobium densiflorum is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Polygonum pensylvanicum", "Polygonum convolvulus", "Polygonum punctatum", "Polygonum densiflorum" and "Rumex crispus".
Verbascum densiflorum, the denseflower mullein or dense-flowered mullein, is a plant species in the genus "Verbascum".
Dendrobium densiflorum, with the common names densely flowered Dendrobium and pineapple orchid, is a species of orchid native to Asia.
Dysoxylum densiflorum is a tree in the family Meliaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "dense flowers".
Lepidium densiflorum is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common names common pepperweed and prairie peppergrass.
"Dysoxylum densiflorum" is found in Burma, southern China, Thailand and Malesia. Its habitat is rain forest from sea-level to altitude.
Native to Madagascar, "Pachypodium densiflorum" is an attractive member of the Apocynaceae, or dogbane family. In habitat, it grows on granite rocks in the central plateau of Madagascar.
Associated plant species, site indicators, include "Pachypodium densiflorum", "P. eburneum" (Apocynaceae), "Aloe compressa," "A. capitata," (Asphodelaceae), "Euphorbia quartzicola" (Euphorbiaceae), (Orchidaceae), (Graminaea), (Bryophyta), and Lichenes.
Plicatol B is one of the three phenanthrenes that can be isolated from the stems of the orchid "Flickingeria fimbriata". It can also be isolated from "Dendrobium densiflorum", "D. loddigesii", "D. moschatum", "D. rotundatum" and "Bulbophyllum kwangtungense"
"Dysoxylum densiflorum", locally known as "majegau", is the plant "mascot" or floral emblem of Bali. It is found in Bali's Botanic Garden located about 50 km to north of at Denpasar, the capital city of Bali.
The species is sometimes placed in the monotypic genus "Brachystachyum". The species has one variety, "Brachystachyum densiflorum" var. "villosum", referred to as hairy-sheathed short-spiked bamboo in English.
It is found only in the Alagoas, Bahia, and Pernambuco states of Brazil. S. densiflorum has recently suffered from severe habitat declines and is ranked near threatened by the IUCN.
A postage stamp was proposed to be issued by Indonesia on the rich flora and fauna of its provinces. It was proposed to issue 33 stamps in succession between 2008 and 2011. In 2008 the series issued represented the province of Bali with the stamp depicting floral species of "Dysoxylum densiflorum", known as "Majegau" in Indonesian language. The stamp issue described the qualities of this species as "one of woods commonly used for Balinese carving material thanks to its strength and beautiful colour and pattern". Majegau ("Dysoxylum densiflorum") and Bali starling ("Leucopsar rothschildi") of Bali are also part of this series.
"Lepidium densiflorum" is an annual or biennial herb producing a short, erect, branching stem up to about 30 centimeters in height. Leaves grow in a basal rosette at the base of the stem and reach up to about 10 centimeters long; leaves higher up on the stem are smaller and less prominently lobed.
The garden also contains more than 110 wild orchid species, many of them endangered, native to the Ryukyu Islands. These include "Acanthephippium pictum, Acanthephippium sylhetense, Bulbophyllum macraei, Dendrobium okinawense, Eria ovata, Eulophia graminea, Gastrochilus japonicus, Gerdorum densiflorum, Malaxis kandae, Neofinetia falcata, Sedirea japonica", and "Tainia laxiflora".
The larvae feed on "Verbascum densiflorum", "Verbascum phlomoides" and "Verbascum thapsus". The larvae live freely at the underside of the leaves of their host plant, causing window feeding. Since the dense layer of felt on the underside of the leaf is left intact, the feeding damage has the appearance of a mine.
This nature reserve is the habitat of many endemic plant species. The halophyte flora which is adaptable to the salt marshes and the soils with high salt concentrations is represented by some of the rarest plants of Sicily, like the sea marigold ("Calendula maritima"), "Limoniastrum monopetalum", "Cynomorium coccineum", or "Limonium densiflorum".
"E. ictericus" lives in damp situations, on "Carex comosa", "Iris versicolor", "Nymphaea odorata", "Saururus cernuus", willows, "Carduus horridulum", "Heracleum maximum", "Cuscuta", "Glycine max", "Vicia faba", "Verbascum thapsus", "Juncus", "Perillus frutescens", "polygonum densiflorum" and "Persicaria punctata". It is attacked by "Euthera tentatrix", "Beskia aelops" and "Cylindromyia euchenor" (Tachinidae) and by the eastern meadowlark, "Sturnella magna". "E. ictericus" is not commercially important as a pest.