Synonyms for ellipticum or Related words with ellipticum

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Examples of "ellipticum"
Larval food is "Sapium ellipticum", "Maprounes africana" and "Pseudolachnostylis" species.
Erythroxylum ellipticum is a Northern Australian species of "Erythroxylum". It grows as a shrub or tree.
Bulbophyllum ellipticum is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
The larvae feed on "Macaranga kilimandscharica", "Excoecaria bussei" and "Sapium" species (including "S. ellipticum").
The larvae feed on "Maprouna membranacea" and "Sapium" species (including "S. ellipticum").
The larvae feed on "Macaranga schweinfurthii" and "Sapium" species (including "Sapium ellipticum").
Conospermum ellipticum is a shrub of the family Proteaceae native to eastern Australia.
The larvae feed on "Maprouna africana", "Sapium ellipticum" and "Hymenocardia" species.
Byrsophyllum ellipticum is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
Urophyllum ellipticum is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
Memecylon ellipticum is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
"S. ellipticum" used to (and in some treatments still does) include "S. quadriloculatum" as variety "duribaccalis", but generally these two species of "bush tomatoes" are considered distinct nowadays. Similarly, the former variety "horridum" is now "S. senticosum", the "S. echinatum" of Robert Brown was sometimes treated as var. "pannifolium", and "S. esuriale" was included in "S. ellipticum" as form "inermis".
Common tree species are "Terminalia paniculata", "T. bellerica", "Pterocarpus marsupium", "Palaquium ellipticum", "Mesua ferrea", "Hopea parviflora", "Bombax ceiba", "Syzygium cumini", "Lagerstroemia microcarpa", "Albizia procera", "Alstonia scholaris", etc.
Research published in 1988 showed that is a hybrid of "P. ellipticum" and "P. insigne" via an allopolyploid process, previously considered to be absent in bryophyte evolution.
Pseudobombax ellipticum, with the Common names include "shaving brush tree" and "amapolla tree", is a species of plant in the Bombacoideae subfamily of the Malvaceae family.
Xanthophyllum ellipticum is a plant in the family Polygalaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "elliptical", referring to the leaves.
"Xanthophyllum ellipticum" grows naturally in Thailand, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and Borneo. Its habitat is lowland forests from sea-level to altitude.
Hyperprosopon ellipticum, the silver surfperch, is a species of surfperch native to the eastern Pacific Ocean. This species is also displayed in public aquariums.
Oxylobium ellipticum, known as the Common Shaggy-pea is a common small plant in the pea family, found in south-eastern Australia.
Santalum ellipticum, commonly known as Iliahialoe (Hawaiian) or coastal sandalwood, is a species of flowering plant in the European mistletoe family, Santalaceae, that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. It is a sprawling shrub to small tree, typically reaching a height of and a canopy spread of , but is extremely variable in size and shape. Like other members of the genus, "S. ellipticum" is a hemi-parasite, deriving some of its nutrients from the host plant by attaching to its roots.