Synonyms for laurifolia or Related words with laurifolia
Examples of "laurifolia"
Andira humilis (syn. "Andira
" Benth., "Andira
" Benth. var. "
", "Andira pauciflora" Benth., "Andira paucuflora" Benth.) is a tree native from Brazil.
"Melhania decanthera" and "M.
" are now in "Dombeya" (as "D. decanthera" and "D.
Synonyms: Chilmoria pentandra, Hydnocarpus
" and "Evodia roxburghiana" of the family Rutaceae.
is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Peru.
is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
"Grevillea × gaudichaudii" is a hybrid derived from "G. acanthifolia" and "Grevillea
There is only one accepted species, Fulcaldea
, native to Peru and Ecuador.
is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae (Myrtle) family.
is a species of plant in the Annonaceae family. It is endemic to India.
is a species of plant in the Violaceae family. It is endemic to Colombia.
Common species in the meadows are "Chalepophyllum guianense", "Digomphia
", "Tococa nitens" and "Poecilandra retusa".
is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
, commonly known as the laurel-leaf grevillea, is a spreading prostrate shrub native to eastern Australia.
"Thunbergias" are frequent garden escapes, becoming invasive species; "T. grandiflora", "T. fragrans", and "T.
" are considered weeds in Australia.
The larvae are leaf folders and tiers on "Quercus alba", "Quercus ilicifolia", "Quercus
", "Quercus prinus" and "Quercus rubra".
is a species of plant in the Apocynaceae family. It is found in the Cayman Islands and Jamaica.
" was described in 1827 by Kurt Polycarp Joachim Sprengel and still bears its original name. The species name is from the Latin "laurus" "Laurel" and "folium" "leaf", for the resemblance of its leaves to the laurel. In 1919, French botanist Michel Gandoger described "Grevillea amplifolia" and "G. cordigera", both since reallocated to "G.
" ; he described 212 taxa of Australian plants, almost all of which turned out to be species already published. "Grevillea × gaudichaudii" is a naturally occurring hybrid (since cultivated) derived from "G.
" and "Grevillea acanthifolia".
Grevillea × gaudichaudii is a prostrate shrub which is endemic to New South Wales. It is a naturally occurring hybrid between "Grevillea acanthifolia" subsp. "acanthifolia" and "Grevillea
The wetland's flora consists of "Schima", "Castanopsis", laurel oak ("Quercus
") and epiphytic orchids. Water lilly, cone trees, rhododendrons, and herbal plants also occur.
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