Synonyms for dombeya or Related words with dombeya

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Examples of "dombeya"
The larvae feed on "Grewia" species (including "Grewia flava" and "Grewia monticola"), "Dombeya" species (including "Dombeya rotundifolia" and "Dombeya burgessiae") and "Sterculia quinqueloba".
This species can be crossed with "Dombeya burgessiae" to produce the hybrid "Dombeya" × "cayeuxii".
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").
The larvae feed on the flowerheads of "Dombeya emarginata".
The larvae feed on "Hibiscus diversifolius" and "Dombeya emarginata".
The larvae feed on "Dombeya bagshawei", "Dombeya emarginata" and "Dombeya rotundifolia". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a long, narrow gallery, mainly along the edge of the leaf. Later the larvae form a gall-like swelling near the base of the disc.
The larvae feed on the buds of "Dombeya emarginata".
The larvae feed on "Wisteria sinensis" and "Dombeya" species.
Most of the cultivated dombeyas are shrubs with attractive pink or white flowers closely related to "D. rotundifolia", such as "Dombeya burgessiae" or "Dombeya autumnalis"; the latter was described when its habit of flowering during autumn became apparent.
The larvae feed on "Dombeya" species. They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
The larvae feed on "Grewia similis", "Grewia forbesii", "Hibiscus rosasinensis", "Dombeya burgessiae" and "Rhus" species.
The larvae feed on "Cola diversifolia", "Cola nitida", "Cola acuminata" and "Dombeya" species.
The larvae feed on "Dombeya" species. They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
Dombeya aethiopica is a species of flowering plant in the Sterculiaceae family.
Dombeya ledermannii is a species of flowering plant in the Sterculiaceae family.
"Melhania decanthera" and "M. laurifolia" are now in "Dombeya" (as "D. decanthera" and "D. laurifolia").
The specific epithet is derived from the generic name of the host plant, "Dombeya".
The larvae feed on "Grewia occidentalis", "Dombeya cymosa", "Scutia commersoni", "Scutia myrtina" and "Rinorea arborea".
The larvae feed on "Melhania" (including "Melhamia ovata" and "Melhamia velutina") and "Dombeya" species.
Dombeya longebracteolata is a species of flowering plant in the Sterculiaceae family. It is found only in Ethiopia.