Synonyms for hirsuta or Related words with hirsuta

ferruginea              spectabilis              glabrescens              puberula              ciliata              elliptica              rotundifolium              albida              subsessilis              gracillima              debilis              calcarata              zeyheri              setigera              laxiflora              caesia              spathulata              scabrida              pedicellata              auriculata              subulata              mucronata              longipes              decipiens              appendiculata              virgata              campanulata              allophylus              setosa              horrida              sericea              lancifolia              albiflora              atropurpurea              radlk              stricta              recurva              oblongifolia              marginata              congesta              fastigiata              hirtella              pustulata              microcephala              rubescens              foveolata              lanceolatum              gracilipes              ventricosa              spathulatum             



Examples of "hirsuta"
Saccharopolyspora hirsuta is a nocardioform actinomycete.
The larvae feed on "Marrubium vulgare" and "Sideritis hirsuta".
The larvae feed on "Serratula hirsuta" and "Serratula tinctoria".
The following natural hybrids involving "N. hirsuta" have been recorded.
"S. poephagi" may be the same species as "S. hirsuta".
Cembalea hirsuta is jumping spider that lives in Namibia.
Palfuria hirsuta is a spider species of the Zodariidae family.
The species "Vicia hirsuta" is also called hairy vetch.
"N. hirsuta" is most closely related to "N. hispida" and "N. macrovulgaris". Botanists Matthew Jebb and Martin Cheek suggest that "N. hirsuta" is also related to "N. philippinensis", a species endemic to Palawan in the Philippines.
The German-American botanist Frederick Pursh described the hairy wood mint as "Monarda hirsuta" in his 1814 work "Flora americae septentrionalis", before George Bentham gave it its current binomial name. The species name "hirsuta" is Latin for "hairy".
The hairy big-eared bat ("Micronycteris hirsuta") is a bat species from South and Central America.
Campomanesia hirsuta is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Alnus hirsuta". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
The larvae feed on "Casearia hirsuta". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
Two closely related subspecies are recognised, the nominate subspecies "teretifolia" and "H. t" subsp. "hirsuta".
Subspecies "hirsuta" can be distinguished by its more densely hairy perianths and pedicels.
Lyophilized cell cultures of "Trametes hirsuta" yield aldehydes from alkenes, representing a biotransformation alternative to ozonolysis.
Ochina hirsuta is a species of Anobiidae in the genus Ochina.
Podalonia hirsuta is a species of parasitoidal wasps in the family Sphecidae.
Ficus hirsuta is a species of plant in the family Moraceae. It is endemic to Brazil.