Synonyms for involucrata or Related words with involucrata

latifolium              speciosum              oblongifolia              fruticosa              paniculatum              oppositifolia              auriculata              heliotropium              microphylla              uniflora              floribundum              henryi              hendersonii              heterophyllum              thunbergia              triflora              bracteata              salicifolia              grandiflora              divaricata              multifida              glabrescens              trifolia              symphoricarpos              umbellata              laxiflora              wahlenbergia              randia              pittosporum              herbacea              cernua              wedelia              helenium              corymbosa              chrysantha              verticillata              ellipticum              multicaulis              parviflorus              anaphalis              eucryphia              squarrosa              trilobata              fortunei              laurifolia              laurifolius              comosum              gnaphalium              obtusifolium              chamaesyce             



Examples of "involucrata"
"Lonicera involucrata" (bearberry honeysuckle)
Caterpillars feed on bracted honeysuckle ("Lonicera involucrata").
"Davidia involucrata" is the only member of its genus, but there are two varieties differing slightly in their leaves, "D. involucrata" var. "involucrata", which has the leaves thinly pubescent (short-haired) on the underside, and "D. involucrata" var. "vilmoriniana", with glabrous (hairless) leaves. Some botanists treat them as distinct species, with good reason, as the two taxa have differing chromosome numbers so are unable to produce fertile hybrid offspring.
Aechmea involucrata is a species in the genus "Aechmea". This species is native to Ecuador.
Pentagonia involucrata is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Navia involucrata is a species in the genus "Navia". This species is endemic to Venezuela.
Asclepias involucrata (common name dwarf milkweed), is a plant found in the American southwest.
Tragia involucrata (Indian stinging nettle) is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family.
Pentachondra involucrata, the Forest Frilly-heath is a small Tasmanian plant in the Heath family.
"H. involucrata" is cultivated as a garden plant, and has produced several cultivars.
Peperomia involucrata is a species of plant in the Piperaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Fritillaria involucrata is a plant species native to the Alps of southeastern France and northwestern Italy.
Leucaena involucrata is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
"Mentzelia involucrata" is of interest because it is involved in a competition for pollinators that has resulted in mimicry. It produces nectar to attract bees of the genus "Xeralictus". In areas where their range overlaps, "Mohavea confertiflora" (Ghost Flower), which does not produce nectar, has adapted a morphology resembling "Mentzelia involucrata". Recent studies have suggested that in addition to mimicry of "M. involucrata", "Mohavea confertiflora" flowers contain marks that resemble female "Xeralictus", to attract male bees that would otherwise ignore the flowers.
The Latin "involucrata" means "with a ring of bracts surrounding several flowers", referring to the fringe of sterile florets.
Salvia involucrata (Roseleaf sage) is a herbaceous perennial belonging to the family Lamiaceae. It is native to the Mexican states of Puebla, Tamaulipas, and Veracruz, growing in shady places such as the edge of forests. Its specific epithet, ""involucrata"", refers to the prominent flower bracts, which are large and colorful.
"Mohavea confertiflora" flowers March to April. This flower, which does not produce nectar, has adapted a morphology resembling the flower "Mentzelia involucrata", which often grows in the same habitat. "Mentzelia involucrata" produces nectar to attract female bees of the genus "Xeralictus".
Involucroscypha is a genus of fungi in the family Dermateaceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Involucroscypha involucrata.
The castor plant ("Ricinus communis") is the most common host and gives the butterfly its name. Other hosts include "Tragia cannabina" and "T. involucrata".
Henry gave instructions to the plant collector Ernest Wilson on where to collect "Davidia involucrata", originally discovered by the French missionry priest Père Armand David.