Synonyms for laevigatum or Related words with laevigatum

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Examples of "laevigatum"
It is often considered as a "varietas" or variety of "Taraxacum laevigatum" ("i.e. Taraxacum laevigatum" var. "erythrospermum").
The larvae possibly feed on "Leptospermum laevigatum".
Taraxacum laevigatum, the rock dandelion, commonly known as the red-seeded dandelion, is a species of dandelion that grows in Europe, including Britain. Rarely the "Taraxacum laevigatum" can be found in the northern parts of North America.
In Japan, the Japanese egg cockle "Leavicardium laevigatum" is used to create torigai sushi.
The larvae feed on "Leptospermum" species, (including "Leptospermum laevigatum") and "Melaleuca quinquenervia".
The full name for the species is "Leptospermum laevigatum" (Gaertn.) F.Muell.
"L. laevigatum", "L. langmaniae", "L. pruinosum", "L. revolutum", and "L. zygophyllum" have been developed.
The larvae feed on "Agonis flexuosa" and "Leptospermum laevigatum". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
Piper laevigatum is a species of plant in the Piperaceae family. It is found in Colombia, Panama, and Peru.
Carenum laevigatum is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Macleay in 1864.
Calosoma laevigatum is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily of Carabinae. It was described by Chaudoir in 1869.
Sinum laevigatum is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Naticidae, the moon snails.
With the exception of "A. laevigatum", all species have a thin separating layer, the cortex, between the hymenium and the tomentum. A cortex is also present on many "Stereum" fungi (on a broader front) and serves to bend up the fruit body. As this cortex is missing on "A. laevigatum", its fruit body lies flat on the bark.
Young larvae feed on the young leaves of "Hieracium" species, including "Hieracium pilosella" and possibly "Hieracium laevigatum". Later instars feed on the flowerheads.
Allied genera include "Paphiopedilum", "Mexipedium", "Cypripedium" and "Phragmipedium" - a genus containing several species formerly known as ""Selenipedium"", such as "Selenipedium caricinum", and "Selenipedium laevigatum".
"Rph20" originated from the two-rowed barley landrace "H. laevigatum" (i.e., "Hordeum vulgare" subsp. "vulgare"); parent of the Dutch cultivar 'Vada' (released in the 1950s).
Onchidium laevigatum is a species of air-breathing sea slug, a shell-less marine pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Onchidiidae.
The planted tank forum http://www.plantedtank.net and Wikipedia's List of freshwater aquarium plant species include "Limnobium laevigatum" on lists of recommended ornamental plants for aquascapes.
Compatibility tests as well as molecular analysis indicated that "A. areolatum" separated very early from other "Amylostereum" fungi. The other three species separated later from each other and are thus partially compatible to each other. "A. ferreum" and "A. laevigatum" produced in 59% of all cases a common mycelium, "A. ferreum" and "A. chailletii" only in 44%. There is an undescribed species in "Amylostereum"; according to DNA analysis, it stands between "A. laevigatum" and "A. ferreum". This is remarkable, as these fungi originated from Mycetangae (storing organs of Platypodinae) of a North American wood wasp, while "A. laevigatum" has never been seen as symbiont of wood wasps, neither in North American nor in Europe. The fungus possibly represents a separated species or a subtaxon of "A. laevigatum". As "A. areolatum" and "A. chailletii" mainly reproduce asexually through the symbiosis of wood wasps, the genetic variability within these species is relatively low.
They feed on plants such as "Prunus persica", "Sapindus saponaria", "Sapindus trifoliatus", "Pappea capensis", "Prunus persica", "Sapindus saponica", "Grewia occidentalis", "Citrus", "Deinbollia oblongifolia", "Acacia", "Deinbollia pinnata", "Eucalyptus blobulus", and "Leptospermum laevigatum".