Synonyms for erubescens or Related words with erubescens

cuneifolia              debilis              cornuta              interrupta              plumosa              foveolata              colorata              velutinus              caesia              virgata              hirtella              tetragona              orites              spathulata              costata              tomentosus              delicatula              inconspicuum              hookeri              mucronata              lilacina              membranacea              perrieri              decussata              subulata              complanata              vestita              setigera              pulchellum              tuberculata              gracilipes              calcarata              andicola              ambiguum              sagittata              appendiculata              setacea              atropurpurea              ciliata              papillosa              campanulata              arcuata              obtusata              ventricosa              tenellus              ferruginea              oblongifolia              insulare              rivularis              rubicunda             

Examples of "erubescens"
It is sometimes mistaken for the deadly "Inocybe erubescens". The rarer "I. erubescens", like "I. godeyi", bruises red, though it is lighter in colour to begin with. The most distinguishing feature is that "I. erubescens" lacks a bulbous base.
"Arisaema erubescens" contains the phenolic compound paeonol.
The specific epithet "erubescens" means "blushing".
"Lophospermum scandens" has been confused with "Lophospermum erubescens", partly because the earliest illustration of "L. erubescens" was labelled as "L. scandens". Among other differences, "L. scandens" has a less climbing habit than "L. erubescens", with few twining leaf stalks; also the sepals are narrower and joined at the base for rather than only .
Swedish mycologist Elias Magnus Fries described it as "Agaricus erubescens" in his 1821 work "Systema Mycologicum". The species name is derived from the Latin "erubescens", meaning "reddening" or "blushing". It became "Hygrophorus erubescens" with the raising of "Hygrophorus" to genus rank. Common names include blotched woodwax, and pink waxcap.
"Caladenia erubescens" was first formally described in 2001 by Stephen Hopper and Andrew Phillip Brown. Hopper and Brown described two subspecies including "Caladenia applanata" subsp. "erubescens" and the description was published in "Nuytsia". The subspecies name ("erubescens") is a Latin word meaning "growing red", "redden" or "blush", referring to the pink colour of the flowers of this orchid.
"Lophospermum erubescens" has been confused with "Lophospermum scandens", partly because the earliest illustration of "L. erubescens" was labelled as "L. scandens". Among other differences, "L. erubescens" has a more climbing habit than "L. scandens", with many twining leaf stalks; also the sepals are broader and joined at the base for only rather than .
Hedythrsus thamnoideus and Disa erubescens grow on one summit of Mount Kahuzi.
Chiretolpis erubescens is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It is found in India (Nilgiris).
Penicillium erubescens is an anamorph species of the genus of "Penicillium".
Calliandra erubescens is a species of flowering plants of the genus "Calliandra" in the Fabaceae family.
Apatelodes erubescens is a moth in the Bombycidae family. It is found in Brazil.
Scopula erubescens is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in India (Khasia Hills).
The earliest illustration of "Lophospermum erubescens" appeared in 1830 in "The British Flower Garden". The plant was at first identified as the already known "Lophospermum scandens" and labelled as such. David Don later realized that it was a new species, and corrected the error in a subsequent note in "The British Flower Garden", describing the illustrated plant as a new species, "L. erubescens". Don did not explain the origin of the specific epithet, but "erubescens" means reddening or blushing in Latin. Don's correction was not always noticed, with the result that the name "L. scandens" became associated with the illustration of "L. erubescens", creating confusion between the two species.
Arisaema erubescens is a flowering plant species in the genus "Arisaema", endemic to Nepal.
Dalbergia erubescens is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
Cataonia erubescens is a species of moth in the Crambidae family. It is found in Spain, Greece, Turkey and Turkmenistan.
Jaffrea erubescens is a species of plant in the Rhamnaceae family. It is endemic to New Caledonia.
"Caladenia applanata" subsp. "erubescens" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
Discodoris erubescens is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, shell-less marine gastropod mollusks in the family Discodorididae.