Synonyms for grewia or Related words with grewia

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Examples of "grewia"
The larvae feed on "Grewia" species including "Grewia flava" and "Grewia monticola".
The larvae feed on "Grewia bicolor", "Grewia flava", "Grewia flavescens", "Grewia hexamita", "Grewia messinica", "Grewia monticola" and "Grewia villosa". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a moderate, oval or oblong, opaque tentiform mine, usually on the upperside of the leaf. The frass is black and deposited loose in mine. Pupation takes place without a cocoon.
The larvae feed on "Grewia" species (including "Grewia occidentalis", "Grewia similis" and "Grewia flavescens"), "Dombeya" species (including "Dombeya cymosa" and "Dombeya calantha"), "Hibiscus" and "Pavonia" species (including "Pavonia macrophylla" and "Pavonia burchelli").
The larvae feed on "Hugonia platysepela", "Grewia mollis", "Grewia forbesi", "Grewia trichocarpa", "Deinbollia fulvotomentella", "Erythrina abyssinica", "Erythrina excelsa", "Allophylus", "Blighia unijugata" and "Phialodiscus unijugatus".
The larvae feed on "Grewia" species (including "Grewia flava" and "Grewia monticola"), "Dombeya" species (including "Dombeya rotundifolia" and "Dombeya burgessiae") and "Sterculia quinqueloba".
The larvae feed on "Grewia similis", "Grewia forbesii", "Hibiscus rosasinensis", "Dombeya burgessiae" and "Rhus" species.
"Hardweld" vegetation consists of woody plants and grasses. The woody plants are; "Acacia karroo", "Albizzia anthelmintica", "Balanites aegyptiaca", Mopane ("Colophospermum mopane"), "Combretum apiculatum", "Grewia bicolor", "Grewia flavecens", "Grewia monticola", "Lonchocarpus capassa" and "Terminalia".
The larvae feed on "Ancistrocarpus densispinosus" and "Grewia" species.
The larvae feed on "Phialodiscus unijugatus", "Hugonia platysepala", "Hugonia castaneifolia", "Bombax reflexum", "Chaetacme aristata", "Celtis africana", "Celtis durandi", "Grewia tricocarpa", "Grewia mollis", "Afzelia africana", "Flacourtia indica", "Indigofera macrophylla", "Osyris lanceolata", "Blighia unijugata", "Grewia forbesi", "Bombax buonopozense", "Albizia", "Berlinia", "Lonchocarpus", "Hibiscus" (including "Hibiscus calyphyllus"), "Trema", "Cassia", "Dalbergia", "Macrolobium", "Millettia" and "Pterocarpus" species.
Linnaeus named a genus of trees "Grewia" in his honour.
The larvae feed on "Asparagus", "Brassica", "Dalbergia" and "Grewia" species.
Mangoes, Oranges, Guava, Watermelon, Lemons, Jamun, Pomegranate, Peaches, Grewia asiatica
Grewia asiatica (Phalsa or Falsa) (Urdu: فالسہ , Hindi: फ़ालसा ) is a species of "Grewia" native to southern Asia from Pakistan, India east to Cambodia, and widely cultivated in other tropical countries. "Grewia celtidifolia" was initially considered a mere variety of Phalsa, but is now recognized as a distinct species.
"Sanveld" of the Kalhari desert’s vegetation expanse consists of grasses namely, "Kragrostis pallens", "Striagostis uniplumis", "Anthephora pubescens", "Schmidtia pappophoreides" and "Megaloprotachne albescens". Woody plants recorded are the "Grewia avellana", "Grewia retinervis", "Lonchocarpus nelsii" and "Terminalia sericia".
The larvae feed on "Grewia kwebensis" and "Grewia tristis". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a small oval, tentiform mine, either on the upper or underside of the leaf.
Grewia villosa is locally endangered in some parts of its distribution.
The larvae feed on "Paullinia pinnata", "Grewia carpinifolia", "Millettia" (including "Millettia zechiana") and "Allophylus" species.
The larvae feed on "Grewia occidentalis". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
The larvae feed on "Grewia occidentalis". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
The larvae feed on "Grewia occidentalis". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.