Synonyms for latifolius or Related words with latifolius
Examples of "latifolius"
The annual species, "L. odoratus", may be confused with the everlasting pea, "L.
", a perennial.
" can reproduce vegetatively from its taproot and rhizomes, or by reseeding.
Cyperus denudatus, Cyperus
and Echinochloa pyramidalis are also found in some parts.
is a species in the genus "Cryptanthus". This species is endemic to Brazil.
The larvae feed on "Phacelia distans", "Eriogonum
", "Eriogonum parvifolium" and "Lupinus" species, including "Lupinus arboreus".
This is a large (936ha) mistbelt forest containing yellowwoods ("Afrocarpus falcatus", "Podocarpus
" and "Podocarpus henkelii") and stinkwood ("Ocotea bullata").
is a shrub of the family Proteaceae that is endemic to the southwest botanical province of Western Australia.
The showiest of the isopogons, "I.
" can be grown in regions with low humidity and in positions with good drainage, but will die readily if these conditions cannot be met. It has been grafted successfully onto "Isopogon anethifolius". "I.
" is used in the cut flower industry.
" var. "barbatus (Klamath lupine), sometimes also called bearded lupine, is a very rare plant of the Western U.S., known only from northeastern California and southeastern Oregon. It is a rare variety of the generally common species "L.
", which is a member of the bean family.
The floral species reported from the marsh are "Miscanthidium violaceum", "Cyperus
" and "papyrus C. papyrus" species is reported near the outlet of the lake.
The Guianan spear-nosed bat (Phyllostomus
) is a bat species from South America. It is found in Brazil, Colombia, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela.
is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Threatened species were "Euterpe edulis", "Tabebuia cassinoides", "Protium kleinii", "Swartzia flaemingii", "Lobelia anceps", "Ocotea odorifera", "Hibiscus bifurcatus", "Brosimum glaziovii" and "Pharus
Typical tree species in Mau Forest include "Pouteria adolfi-friedericii", "Strombosia scheffleri" and "Polyscias kikuyuensis". "Olea capensis", "Prunus africana", "Albizia gummifera" and "Podocarpus
" are also found there.
Sarcocephalus is a genus of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. It holds two species of shrubs or trees native to tropical Africa. "Sarcocephalus
" has edible fruits known as African peach, Guinea peach, Sierra Leone peach or Country fig.
" is a perennial clump-forming herb up to 50 cm (20 inches) tall, forming a rhizome and an underground caudex. Its flower heads have purple ray florets surrounding yellow disc florets.
This plant most closely resembles other varieties of "L.
", and could potentially be confused for "L. polyphyllus" var. "burkei". It occurs between about to above sea level, and flowers during June and July.
(broad-leaved yellowwood or real yellowwood, , , , ) is a large evergreen tree up to 35 m high and 3 m trunk diameter, in the conifer family Podocarpaceae; it is the type species of the genus "Podocarpus".
Found in secluded valleys in the Drakensberg area. Characteristic tree species include yellowwoods ("Afrocarpus falcatus" and "Podocarpus
"), mountain hard pear ("Olinia emarginata") and Cape beech ("Rapanea melanophloeos"). Mountain cypress ("Widdringtonia nodiflora") may occur on the forest margins.
Trees here grow up to 30m tall and include Yellowwoods ("Afrocarpus falcatus" and "Podocarpus
"), Natal Hard Pear ("Olinia radiata"), Forest Waterberry ("Syzygium gerrardii"), Bastard Stinkwood ("Ocotea kenyensis"), Terblanz Beech ("Faurea macnaughtonii") and Green Hazel ("Trichocladus grandiflorus").
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