Synonyms for glycosmis or Related words with glycosmis

randia              lancifolia              auriculata              oblongifolia              lannea              lepidota              pentaphylla              glabrescens              chrysantha              ramiflora              wahlenbergia              triflora              caracasana              laxiflora              marsdenia              sessiliflora              cauliflora              pouteria              alseodaphne              marcgravia              comosa              trilobata              ehretia              speciosum              caffra              schefflera              leiocarpa              alchornea              peduncularis              ellipticum              sepiaria              dacryodes              floribundum              radlk              talisia              mussaenda              dysoxylum              flexuosum              acutifolia              micrantha              meliosma              puberula              pseuderanthemum              corymbosa              escallonia              thyrsiflora              delavayi              grewia              involucrata              minutiflora             



Examples of "glycosmis"
"Papilio mahadeva" is a mimic of "Euploea core". Recorded larval food plants are species of "Glycosmis" including "Glycosmis pentaphylla" and "Glycosmis citrifolia".
"Glycosmis superba" is endemic to Borneo. Its habitat is forests from sea-level to altitude.
The larvae feed on "Citrus" species and "Euodia latifolia", "Euodia roxburghiana", and "Glycosmis pentaphylla".
"Glycosmis macrantha" is endemic to Borneo. Its habitat is forests, and sometimes in disturbed habitats, from sea-level to altitude.
Glycosmis crassifolia is a species of plant in the Rutaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Glycosmis longisepala is a tree of Borneo in the rue and citrus family Rutaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "long sepal".
Glycosmis superba is a plant of Borneo in the rue and citrus family Rutaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "splendid", referring to the leaves.
Glycosmis macrantha is a tree of Borneo in the rue and citrus family Rutaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Greek meaning "large flower".
Glycosmis monticola is a species of plant in the Rutaceae family. It is endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Glycosmis tomentella is a species of plant in the Rutaceae family. It is endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. It is threatened by habitat loss.
"Glycosmis superba" grows as a shrub or small tree up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . The large leaves measure up to long.
The genus "Glycosmis" is not well understood and many named species have not been adequately described. Today there are about 35 to 50 species included in the genus.
The larvae are known to feed on "Diospyros" (Ebenaceae) and many species of "Glycosmis" (Rutaceae) including "G. arborea", "G. parviflora" and "G. pentaphylla".
"Glycosmis longisepala" grows as a small tree. The leaves measure up to long. The inflorescences measure up to long. The subellipsoid fruits measure up to long.
"Glycosmis longisepala" is endemic to Borneo where it is confined to Mount Pueh in Sarawak. Its habitat is forests from to altitude.
Glycosmis perakensis is a species of plant in the Rutaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. It is threatened by habitat loss.
A number of other species formerly included in the genus are now treated in the related genera "Atalantia", "Citropsis", "Citrus", "Glycosmis", "Luvunga", "Murraya", "Microcitrus", "Micromelum", "Naringi", "Pamburus", "Pleiospermium", "Severinia", "Skimmia", "Swinglea", and "Triphasia".
Glycosmis decipiens is a species of plant in the Rutaceae family. It is endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. It is threatened by habitat loss. A population is protected in Taman Negara.
"Glycosmis macrantha" grows as a tree up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . The large flowers are whitish in colour. The ovoid fruits measure up to long.
The larvae feed on young shoots of various trees in Rutaceae family, including "Citrus limon", "Citrus reticulata", "Aegle marmelos", "Feronia elephantum", "Glycosmis pentaphylla" and "Murraya koenigii", as well as other plants, such as "Zizyphus jujuba" and "Ailanthus excelsa". They live in a rolled leaf of their host plant. Pupation takes place inside the folded leaf.