Synonyms for insulare or Related words with insulare

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Examples of "insulare"
"Myoporum insulare" was first formally described by botanist Robert Brown in "Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae" in 1810. The specific epithet "insulare" is a Latin word meaning "from an island".
Erysimum insulare is a species of wallflower known by the common name island wallflower. It is endemic to coast of southern California, including the Channel Islands. "Erysimum insulare" grows on coastal bluffs and sand dunes.
Cheiracanthium insulare is a spider species found in Madagascar and Réunion.
Blossoms of various "Eucalyptus" and "Melaleuca" species, and the boobialla ("Myoporum insulare") are among material consumed.
Nesiosphaerion insulare is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by White in 1853.
Diadegma insulare is a wasp first described by Ezra Townsend Cresson in 1865. No subspecies are listed.
Protomelittomma insulare is a species of beetle in the family Lymexylidae, the only species in the genus Protomelittomma.
Glochidion insulare is a species of plant in the Phyllanthaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Peninsular Malaysia.
Chiromachla insulare is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is found on the Comoros, La Réunion and in Madagascar, Mauritius and Tanzania.
Kaitawa is a genus of spiders in the Gnaphosidae family. It was first described in 1979 by Forster. , it contains only one species, Kaitawa insulare.
Dorcadion insulare is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Kraatz in 1883. It is known from Greece.
The only known species is Lepturidium insulare. It is reported only from Isla de la Juventud (formerly called Isle of Pines), part of the Republic of Cuba.
Nesipelma is a genus of spiders in the Theraphosidae family. It was first described in 1996 by Schmidt & Kovařík. , it contains only one species, "Nesipelma insulare".
Apium insulare, Flinder's Island celery, or Island celery is a herb of the Bass Strait islands, and Lord Howe Island, Australia.
"M. parvifolium", "M. floribundum" and "M. bateae" are often cultivated as ornamentals, hedges or windbreaks. "M. insulare", "M. montanum", "M. acuminatum" and sometimes "M. parvifolium" are often used as rootstock for "Eremophila" species, especially those that are difficult to grow from cuttings or that are to be grown in heavier soils. Some, including "M. insulare" and "M. laetum" are known to be poisonous to stock.
The "H. insulare" complex is a taxon of seven "Heterobasidion" species present in Eastern Asia and India. "H. insulare" is a saprotrophic decay fungus that is rarely pathogenic. Host species are logs and stumps of evergreen forest species including pine, fir, cedar, and spruce. Some species can be easily differentiated from "H. annosum" senso lato due to the red colouration on the top of the fruiting body.
The island supports a coastal vegetation cover of herbs, low shrubs and stunted trees, including "Carpobrotus glaucescens", "Lomandra longifolia", "Einadia hastata", "Myoporum insulare", "Enchylaena tomentosa", "Acacia longifolia", "Westringia fruticosa", "Banksia integrifolia" and "Casuarina glauca".
Coenagriocnemis insulare is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. It is endemic to Mauritius. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and rivers. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The gardens were established in 1950 and contain about 4500 species from around the world, including more than 1,000 species native to Japan. They also contain representatives of 11 Japanese forest types. The gardens' maple collection includes "Acer insulare", "A. pictum (mono)", "A. japonicum", "A. sieboldianum", "A. rufinerve", "A. nipponicum", "A. pycnanthum", "A. carpinifolium" and "A. amoenum".
Once considered a single species intersterility trials, genetic, and morphological studies have broken it into six distinct species. Sexual mating tests have identified four inter-sterility groups: N, T, Y, and Z. The seven species are "H. orientale" (N-type), "H. ecrustosum" (T-type), "H. insulare" sensu typi, "H. linzhiense", "H. australe", "H. amyloideum", "H. tibeticum" (Z-type).