Synonyms for epiphytica or Related words with epiphytica

cambess              cuatrec              manettia              lehmannii              chautems              copelandii              cochleata              mossambicensis              werderm              meliosma              harrisia              kraenzl              klossii              brownei              illigera              stipularis              jacquinia              calcicola              mattf              humbertii              haughtii              nematanthus              amoenum              pellegr              radlk              langei              depauperata              ciliolata              sinningia              benthamii              dielsii              macbr              vatke              puberula              boissieri              congesta              foveolata              appendiculatum              mohlenbr              uvariopsis              bomarea              sprucei              blakea              papuana              subglabra              turgida              steyermarkii              alpigena              lauterb              gmel             



Examples of "epiphytica"
The specific epithet "epiphytica" refers to the epiphytic habit of this species.
Pepinia epiphytica is a species in the genus "Pepinia". This species is endemic to Venezuela.
Nepenthes epiphytica is a tropical pitcher plant known only from the Berau and East Kutai Regencies of East Kalimantan, Borneo, where it grows at an elevation of around 1000 m above sea level. Prior to its formal description as a species, "N. epiphytica" was considered to be a variant of the closely related "N. fusca". "Nepenthes epiphytica" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
"Nepenthes maxima" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
"Nepenthes eymae" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
"Nepenthes klossii" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
"Nepenthes faizaliana" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
"Nepenthes vogelii" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", and "N. stenophylla".
Nepenthes stenophylla , or the Narrow-Leaved Pitcher-Plant, is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to Borneo. The species produces attractive funnel-shaped pitchers up to 25 cm high. It is listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List. "Nepenthes stenophylla" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", and "N. vogelii".
Several vascular plant families (Petenaeaceae, Hemidictyaceae, Diplaziopsidaceae), genera ("Dracoglossum, Nesolindsaea, Osmolindsaea") and species ("Hymenophyllum filmenofilicum, Danaea antillensis, D. arbuscula, D. cartilaginea, D. chococola, D. danaëpinna, D. draco, D. epiphytica, Danaea kalevala, D. leussinkiana, D. lingua-cervina, D. quebradensis, D. riparia, D. trinitatensis, D. ushana, D. vivax, D. xenium, D. ypori, D. zamiopsis, Piper ciliomarginatum, Tetranema michaelfayanum"), were named by him or together with colleagues. Recently a species of Moraceae from Kenya, "Dorstenia christenhuszii" was named after its discoverer.
Nepenthes platychila (; from Greek: "platus" "flat", "cheilos" "lip") is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to the Hose Mountains of central Sarawak. It is notable for its smooth peristome and funnel-shaped upper pitchers. "Nepenthes platychila" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
Nepenthes chaniana (; after Datuk Chan Chew Lun, Managing Director of Natural History Publications (Borneo)) is a tropical pitcher plant species belonging to the genus "Nepenthes". It is characterised by a dense indumentum of long, white hairs. Pitchers are cylindrical and mostly white to yellow in colouration. "Nepenthes chaniana" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. boschiana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
Among the closest relatives of "N. fusca" are the Bornean species "N. epiphytica", "N. hurrelliana", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii". More broadly, it belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes "N. boschiana", "N. chaniana", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. klossii", and "N. maxima". The enigmatic "N. mollis", which some authors have suggested is conspecific with "N. hurrelliana", may also be closely allied.
Seven species are formally described as new: "N. appendiculata" and "N. epiphytica" from Borneo, "N. ceciliae" and "N. pulchra" from the Philippines, "N. nigra" and "N. undulatifolia" from Sulawesi, and "N. monticola" from New Guinea. This last species had previously been confused with the ultrahighland "N. lamii"; its recognition as a distinct species necessitated the publication of a revised circumscription for "N. lamii". The work also includes an emended description of "N. thorelii", which was rediscovered in 2011 after more than 100 years. Two "incompletely diagnosed taxa" are also included: "N." sp. Anipahan and "N." sp. Luzon (later described as "N. aenigma").
"Nepenthes fusca" subsp. "kostermansiana" was named from the herbarium material "Kostermans 21495", which was collected by André Joseph Guillaume Henri Kostermans on October 25, 1963, at 1000 m altitude along the Kelai River on Mount Nyapa (Njapa), Berau Regency, East Kalimantan. It is deposited at the National Herbarium of the Netherlands in Leiden. This taxon was initially thought to fall within the variability of "N. fusca", but in 2011 it was described as a distinct species, "N. epiphytica", with "Kostermans 21495" designated as its holotype.
Nepenthes boschiana (; after Johannes van den Bosch), or Bosch's Pitcher-Plant, is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to Borneo. It is most closely allied to "N. faizaliana". "Nepenthes borneensis" is considered a synonym of this species. "Nepenthes boschiana" has no known natural hybrids. No valid forms or varieties have been described. "Nepenthes boschiana" belongs to the loosely defined ""N. maxima" complex", which also includes, among other species, "N. chaniana", "N. epiphytica", "N. eymae", "N. faizaliana", "N. fusca", "N. klossii", "N. maxima", "N. platychila", "N. stenophylla", and "N. vogelii".
26. N. Edwardsiana Hook f. in Trans. Linn. Soc. XXII. (1859) 420 t. LXX; Spencer St. John, Life in For. Far East I. (1862) 335 t. 336; Burbidge, Gard. of Sun (1880) 100, 108, 280, 284, 344, et in Gard. Chron. ser. 2. XVII. (1882) 56; Macfarlane in Ann. of Bot. VII. (1893) 433; Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. Bot. IV. (1894) 69; G. Beck in Wien. Ill. Gart. Zeitg. (1895) 183; Burbidge in Journ. Roy. Hort. Soc. XXI. (1897) 258. — "N. Edgeworthii" Reichb. f. herb. ex G. Beck l. c. 183. — Planta saepe epiphytica, Casuarineas et arbores alias ascendens. Caulis 3—9 m longus X 8—12 mm crassus, cylindricus v. ± trigonus, juventute ferrugineopuberulus demum glaber. Folia 20—30 cm longa X 6—10 cm lata, coriacea, petiolata; petiolus 6—10 cm longus, validus, alatus, basis ad / amplexicaulis, alae non v. leviter decurrentes pilis longis fuscis sparsis obsitae; lamina elliptica v. oblonga inferne in petiolum angustata, ad apicem rotundata v. in cirrhum attenuata, supra glabra subtus glabra et punctata, marginibus et costa ± hirsuta, nervi longitudinales 4—5 obscuri, par intimum 25—35 mm, par secundum 29—40 mm, par tertium 30—44 mm, par quartum 31—43 mm a costa remotum, nervi transversi radiantes v. ascendentes, 2—3 mm inter se separati; cirrhus 30—60 cm longus X 3—6 mm crassus, cylindricus, in basim ascidii recurvatam abrupte ampliatus, juventute dense ferrugineo-pubescens demum glaber; ascidia 20—50 cm longa, X 4—7 cm lata, monomorphia, ± puberula v. glabra, dimidio inferiore leviter ventricosa et coeruleo-viridia, dimidio superiore cylindrica, rubra, alae ventrales 0, v. a basi sursum gradatim ampliatae et ± ciliatae, os subcirculare; peristomium magnum 1,5—2 cm latum, obliquum, postice in collum 3—5 cm altum elongatum, caro tinctum, superficie in lamellas transversas 6—8 mm profundas et 4—8 mm inter se separatas elevata, margo exterior recurvatus, interior in dentes magnos deflexus; operculum 6—10 cm longum X 5—9 cm latum, cordato-ovatum v. cordato-orbiculare, extus glabrum intus glandulosum, glandulae multae, parvae, dense aggregatae; ascidium intus per dimidium superius v. profundius glaucopurpureum opacum et deducens, inferne nitidum glandulosum et detinens, glandulae superne parvae discretae profunde immersae, inferne magnae approximatae et subexsertae. Inflorescentia 30—40 cm longa, rufo-tomentella; pedunculus 15—25 cm longus validus; racemus ± densiflorus; pedicelli 1,5—2 cm longi uniflori. Flores 7—12 mm lati, ♂ minores quam ♀. Sepala elliptica v. obovata, extus ferrugineo-pubescentia, intus glandulis paucis parvis mediis adspersa. Columna staminea 3 mm longa, inferne ferrugineo-pubescens superne glabra; antherae 8—12, uniseriatae v. antheris duabus superioribus transversis. Capsula 20—22 mm longa X 5 mm lata, fusiformis, breviter pedunculata, ferrugineo-puberula v. brunneo-nitida, valvae stigmatibus obtusis triangulis terminatae. Semina tenuia, 8—9 mm longa. — Fig. 16.