Synonyms for gnaphalium or Related words with gnaphalium

latifolium              paniculatum              symphoricarpos              longiflora              verticillata              helenium              auriculata              chamaesyce              corymbosa              squarrosa              multifida              thyrsiflora              glabrescens              oblongifolia              microphylla              limnophila              divaricata              clerodendron              stricta              umbellata              anaphalis              laurifolia              diversifolia              hispidula              oppositifolia              obtusifolium              pauciflora              nepalense              bracteata              randia              ramosissima              sericea              parvifolium              strictus              ciliata              cardamine              speciosum              involucrata              trilobata              incana              tragopogon              trifolia              micrantha              heliotropium              rotundifolia              cocculus              pseudostifftia              adiantum              linifolia              elatine             



Examples of "gnaphalium"
The larvae feed on "Carex" (including "Carex arenaria"), "Gnaphalium" (including "Gnaphalium dicicum") and possibly "Antennaria" and "Festuca" species.
Recorded foodplants include "Gnaphalium" and "Sida" species.
The larvae feed on "Thymus serpyllum" and "Gnaphalium" species.
The larvae feed on "Antennaria luzuloides" and "Gnaphalium" species.
The species was first published as "Gnaphalium sphaericum" by Carl Ludwig Willdenow in 1809. In 1838 Augustin Pyramus de Candolle demoted it to a variety of "Gnaphalium involucratum" (now "Euchiton involucratus") as "Gnaphalium involucratum" var. "simplex", but this was not upheld. In 1974 Josef Holub transferred it into "Euchiton".
Classification is disputed between the genera "Pseudognaphalium" and "Gnaphalium".
"Gnaphalium norvegicum" similar to "Gnaphalium sylvaticum", heath cudweed. However it is 8 to 30 cm tall, the leaves are 3 veined, and all roughly equal in length. The leaves are also wooly/hairy on both sides.
The larvae feed on "Inula salicina", "Carduus", "Carlina", "Cirsium", "Gnaphalium", "Helichrysum" species.
The larvae feed on "Antennaria", "Anaphilis" and "Gnaphalium" species, as well as "Monarda fistulosa".
Gnaphalium dysodes is a species of flowering plant in the sunflower family.
Gnaphalium sepositum is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
The larvae feed on "Antennaria dioica", "Gnaphalium luteoalbum", "Omalotheca sylvatica", "Artemisia absinthium" and "Artemisia chamaemelifolia".
Classification of a number of species is disputed between "Pseudognaphalium" and the related genus "Gnaphalium".
The larvae feed on "Anaphalis" and "Gnaphalium" species. They mine the leaves of their host plant.
Gnaphalium ecuadorense is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Gnaphalium imbaburense is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Gnaphalium sodiroi is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Gnaphalium chimborazense is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Gnaphalium palustre, known by the common name western marsh cudweed, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Artemisia vulgaris", "Thymus serpyllum", "Scrophularia", "Gnaphalium", "Helichrysum" and "Thalictrum" species.