Synonyms for floribundum or Related words with floribundum

chamaesyce              randia              grewia              flexuosum              oblongifolia              parvifolium              corymbosa              glabrescens              ramosissima              salicifolia              laxiflora              micrantha              alchornea              symphoricarpos              sessiliflora              radlk              obtusifolium              spruceana              microphyllum              caulescens              involucrata              bracteata              multifida              triflora              caffra              stricta              calliandra              squarrosa              cercidium              auriculata              latifolium              oppositifolia              rotundifolium              laxum              chaerophyllum              laurifolius              pedunculata              cleome              speciosum              sessilifolia              laevigatum              stenophylla              paniculatum              diversifolia              ehretia              polygonoides              ellipticum              microphylla              peduncularis              uliginosa             



Examples of "floribundum"
Bulbophyllum floribundum is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
Astronidium floribundum is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Fiji.
It contains four species, including "Waterhousea floribunda", which was formerly described as "Syzygium floribundum".
3-Hydroxyoctanoic acid is a signalling chemical emitted by "C. floribundum" and recognized by Japanese honeybees ("Apis cerana japonica").
3-Hydroxyoctanoic acid is a signalling chemical emitted by the orchid "Cymbidium floribundum" and recognized by Japanese honeybees.
In 1984, the diploid chromosome number of an individual identified as "E. floribundum" was determined as 2"n" = 40.
"Myoporum floribundum" was first formally described in 1837 by George Bentham in "Enumeratio plantarum quas in Novae Hollandiae ora austro-occidentali ad fluvium Cygnorum et in sinu Regis Georgii collegit Carolus Liber Baro de Hügel", the original having been written by Allan Cunningham (botanist) but not published. The specific epithet ("floribundum") is a Latin meaning "flowering", "blossoming" or "flourishing".
According to the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families published by Kew, "E. fastigiatum" and "E. floribundum" are both synonyms for "Epidendrum paniculatum" .
3-Hydroxyoctanoic acid is a signalling chemical emitted by the orchid "Cymbidium floribundum" and recognized by Japanese honeybees ("Apis cerana japonica").
"Spathiphyllum floribundum", snowflower, peace lily, is a flowering plant in the family Araceae, native to northwestern South America from Panama east to Venezuela and south to Peru.
The yellow margin orchid ("Cymbidium floribundum") is a species of orchid, also known as the golden leaf-edge orchid or golden-edged orchid.
Astronidium degeneri - Astronidium floribundum - Astronidium inflatum - Astronidium kasiense - Astronidium lepidotum - Astronidium macranthum - Astronidium pallidiflorum - Astronidium robustum - Astronidium saulae - Astronidium storckii - Astronidium tomentosum - Astronidium victoriae
Apocynum × floribundum, the intermediate dogbane, is a member of family Apocynaceae. It is widespread across Canada, the United States, and northern Mexico.
"Myoporum bateae" was first formally described in 1881 by Ferdinand von Mueller in Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales from specimens collected ""on rivulets near Mount Dromedary by Miss Mary Bate"". Within a few years of describing it, he relegated "M. bateae" to a synonym of "M. floribundum". It is only relatively recently that it was recognised as a separate species again. The two species are closely related but "M. bateae" can be distinguished by the presence of teeth on the leaf edges ("M. floribundum" lacks them), the slight pink-purple colour of the leaves ("M. floribundum" flowers are pure white). "M. floribundum" leaves are also threadlike and tend to hang vertically.
Reichenbach determined that "E. fastigiatum" , "E. floribundum" , and "E. paniculatum" , including "E. cuspidatum" , "E. laevi" , and "E. longicrure" were three separate species. Because "E. fastigiatum" and "E. paniculatum" had the lower part of the inflorescences covered in imbricate sheathes, Reichenbach placed them in the section "Amphiglotium Polycladia". Because "E. floribundum" had no imbricate sheaths on the lower part of the inflorescence, Reichenbach placed it in the subsection "Euepidendrum Planifolia Paniculata".
The larvae feed on "Bridelia tomentosa", "Rhyssopterys timorensis", "Flagellaria indica", "Clerodendrum floribundum", "Faradaya splendida", "Cupaniopsis anacardioides", "Pongamia pinnata", "Caesalpina crista", "Senna alata", "Cassia fistula", "Senna gaudichaudii" and "Senna surattensis".
Examples of typical vegetation of this area are: "Polylepis racemosa, Escallonia resinosa, Alnus acuminata, Senna birostris, Vallea stipularis, Lupinus" spp"., Vaccinium floribundum, Puya raimondii, Calamagrostis vicunarum, Festuca dolichophylla, Jarava ichu," "Azorella" spp., "Ranunculus macropetalus", etc.
"Myoporum floribundum" is an erect, spindly shrub which grows to a height of about . It has dark green, drooping leaves which are long, wide, linear in shape and dumbbell shaped in cross section.
"Dendropanax colombianus" is a large tree to 20 meters (~60 ft.), with alternated palmatilobulated (hand-shaped) leaves. The leaves have reddish backside, with large petiols. It is often confused with "Oreopanax floribundum" due to morphologic similarities.
Lasiopetalum floribundum, commonly known as the free flowering lasiopetalum, is a species of shrub which is endemic to Western Australia. The plant was first described by George Bentham in 1863.