Synonyms for herbacea or Related words with herbacea

laxiflora              auriculata              paniculatum              chamaesyce              oppositifolia              lonchocarpus              cernua              involucrata              caulescens              symphoricarpos              laurifolia              speciosum              oblongifolia              umbellata              ramosissima              parvifolium              divaricata              sericea              ellipticum              microphylla              glabrescens              latifolium              micrantha              linifolia              corymbosa              trilobata              multifida              randia              fastigiata              chrysantha              squarrosa              hendersonii              arguta              bracteata              microphyllus              salicifolia              acutum              argentea              aristata              flexuosa              pedunculata              gnaphalium              tenuifolium              palmata              rhamnus              cercidium              tomentosum              lepidota              pedicellata              sessiliflora             



Examples of "herbacea"
"Chrysolina graminis" and "C. herbacea" are similar in size and colour and may be confused in UK populations. Distinguishing the two species in the United Kingdom is particularly important as "C. graminis" is a vulnerable species whereas "C. herbacea" is much more common. This has previously led to the mis-identification of "C. herbacea" as "C. graminis".
The larvae feed on "Taraxacum officinale", "Vaccinium" and "Salix herbacea".
Majdine is a bio-active isolate of "Vinca minor" and "Vinca herbacea".
The larvae bore in the rootstocks of "Smilax" species, including "Smilax herbacea".
Chrysolina herbacea, also known as the Mint Leaf Beetle, is a species of beetle in the family Chrysomelidae.
"Vinca herbacea" is occasionally grown as an ornamental plant in temperate climate gardens, as a rock garden plant.
The two different cultivars resulted from two separate crossings of "Erythrina herbacea" (female) with "Erythrina crista-galli" (male):
Neorhizobium huautlense is a Gram negative root nodule bacteria. It forms nitrogen-fixing root nodules on "Sesbania herbacea".
Sybra herbacea is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1865.
The first published name for the species is "Erica herbacea"; however, the name "E. carnea" (published three pages later in the same book) is so widely used, and the earlier name so little used, that a formal proposal to conserve the name "E. carnea" over "E. herbacea" was accepted by the International Botanical Congress in 1999.
"Erythrina herbacea" have also been noted to be found in some areas of the Dragoon Mountains in Southern Arizona, located around areas of the Cochise Stronghold and other older Indian remnants. It is noted to have most-likely been introduced through trade from the Mogollon culture that existed in the area from 150AD to 1400AD and possibly even the later Apache Indians that occupied the area in the 19th century. Confirmation of "Erythrina herbacea", Dec. 27 2013, of "Erythrina herbacea" in the Council Rocks area of the Dragoon Mountains, a prominent area filled with signs of Mogollon culture. Further research of the surrounding area is needed for range confirmation.
Orthocomotis herbacea is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found from Guatemala and Costa Rica to Ecuador (Pichincha Province, Loja Province) and Venezuela.
Penicillium janczewskii is an anamorph and filamentous species of the genus of "Penicillium" which was isolated from the rhizosphere of Vernonia herbacea. "Penicillium janczewskii" produces griseofulvin
Cacia herbacea is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Francis Polkinghorne Pascoe in 1866. It is known from Malaysia.
"Vinca herbacea" is a herbaceous perennial growing as a trailing vine, spreading along the ground and rooting along the stems to form clonal colonies, growing up to high.
Lethata herbacea is a moth in the Depressariidae family. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1931. It is found in Brazil (São Paulo).
Some of the rarest flowers and ferns in Ontario can be found growing on the Bruce Peninsula. For example: lakeside daisy ("Tetraneuris herbacea var. glabra"), dwarf lake iris ("Iris lacustris"), and northern holly fern ("Polystichum lonchitis")
Smilax herbacea, the smooth carrionflower or smooth herbaceous greenbrier, is a plant in the catbriar family. It is native to eastern Canada (Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick) and the eastern United States (as far south as Georgia and Alabama).
Dysidenin is a toxin from the sponge Dysidea herbacea. It has a lethal effect on fishes and some marine organisms. It has been found to inhibit iodide transport in thyroid cells.
Vinca herbacea, with common name herbaceous periwinkle, is a flowering plant native to eastern and southeastern Europe, from Austria south to Greece, and east to the Crimea, and also in northern Western Asia, in the Caucasus and Alborz mountains.