Synonyms for divaricata or Related words with divaricata

laxiflora              paniculatum              auriculata              corymbosa              latifolium              triflora              microphylla              oblongifolia              umbellata              longiflora              randia              salicifolia              tabernaemontana              sericea              laurifolia              millettia              sessiliflora              glabrescens              thyrsiflora              micrantha              laurifolius              cocculus              lancifolia              davallia              anaphalis              chrysantha              hyptis              macrocarpa              diversifolia              oppositifolia              gnaphalium              involucrata              aristata              uniflora              multifida              albiflora              bracteata              latifolia              nepalense              laevigata              rotundifolia              guianensis              speciosum              turcz              cuneata              paniculatus              mimosoides              velutina              crenata              pauciflora             



Examples of "divaricata"
In 1859 he changed the name to "Eremophila divaricata" in "Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania". The specific epithet ("divaricata") is a Latin word meaning "spread out".
The cultivar "T. divaricata" cv. 'Plena', with doubled-petaled flowers, is a popular houseplant.
Carposina divaricata is a moth of the Carposinidae family. It is endemic to Kauai, Hawaii.
Pitcairnia divaricata is a species in the genus "Pitcairnia". This species is endemic to Bolivia.
Davallia divaricata is a fern in the Davalliaceae family and in Davallia genus.
The species name "divaricata" means "with a spreading and straggling habit".
Spilomela divaricata is a moth in the Crambidae family. It is found in Brazil (São Paulo).
Jupoata divaricata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
The most inclusive crown clade containing "Cercis canadensis" and "Bauhinia divaricata" but not "Poeppigia procera" , "Duparquetia orchidacea" , or "Bobgunnia fistuloides"
"Magusa divaricata" was previously treated as a synonym of "Magusa orbifera", but was recently reinstated as a valid species.
"Magusa divaricata" was previously treated as a synonym of "Magusa orbifera", but was recently reinstated as a valid species.
Bebelis divaricata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fisher in 1947.
Solanum melissarum (syn. Cyphomandra divaricata) is a small tree or shrub in the flowering plant family Solanaceae endemic to Brazil.
Auxa divaricata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Coquerel in 1851.
The larvae feed on a various plants, including "Gastrolobium microcarpum", "Daviesia divaricata", "Daviesia benthamii", "Acacia rostellifera" and "Acacia saligna".
There are two subspecies: ssp. "divaricata", with petals notched at the tip, and ssp. "laphamii", without a notch.
Caterpillars of the Oleander Hawk-moth ("Daphnis nerii") have been found to feed on Pinwheel Flower ("T. divaricata").
Tritonia divaricata is a species of dendronotid nudibranch. It is a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Tritoniidae.
Aspatharia divaricata is a species of freshwater mussel in the family Mutelidae. It is endemic to Lake Victoria in Tanzania.
is the root or caudex of Chinese parsnip ("Saposhnikovia divaricata"). It is traditionally used in traditional Chinese medicine.