Synonyms for leptophylla or Related words with leptophylla

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Examples of "leptophylla"
Banksia leptophylla" var. "leptophylla is a variety of "Banksia leptophylla". It is native to the Southwest Botanical Province of Western Australia. As an autonym, it is defined as containing the type specimen of the species.
Larvae have been recorded on "Ipomoea leptophylla".
Banksia leptophylla" var. "melletica is a variety of "Banksia leptophylla". It is native to the Southwest Botanical Province of Western Australia.
"Cassia leptophylla" is native to southeastern Brazil.
Associated tree species include "Eucalyptus leptophylla" and "Eucalyptus incrassata".
"Iris leptophylla" is a tentatively accepted name by the RHS.
"Eucalyptus leptophylla" (narrow-leafed mallee), with a "Melaleuca uncinata" (broombush) understorey.
Sometimes it is confused with "Iris leptophylla" (in "Iris" subg. "Scorpiris").
The Latin specific epithet "leptophylla" refers to leptophyllus -a -um fine- or slender-leaved.
The Latin specific epithet "leptophylla" refers to leptophyllus -a -um fine- or slender-leaved.
Sorbus leptophylla, the thin-leaved whitebeam, is a species of plant in the Rosaceae family. It is endemic to Wales.
Another common name is "bush morning glory", but particularly in temperate North America, that usually refers to "I. leptophylla".
Ipomoea leptophylla, the bush morning glory, bush moonflower or manroot, is a flowering plant species in the bindweed family, Convolvulaceae.
Myristica leptophylla is a species of plant in the Myristicaceae family. It is endemic to Papua New Guinea.
There are two varieties of this species. One, var. "leptophylla", is a federally listed endangered species of the United States.
Leaf stalks vary between 20 mm and no leaf stalk in sub species "leptophylla". Leaf shape varies between ovate or elliptic to broad-elliptic in sub species "sambucifolia". However the sessile leaflets of sub species "leptophylla" are oblong linear and somewhat curved (falcate) in shape. Leaf formation is two-pinnate or rarely three-pinnate in sub species "decomposita".
The taxonomy of the small basswood has been reviewed, resulting in the recognition of three sub species: "sambucifolia", "decomposita" and "leptophylla".
Currently four species are being grown in the propagation unit. "Fragaria vesca" (wild strawberry), "Dianthus gallicus" (Jersey pink), "Anogramma leptophylla" (Jersey fern) and "Linaria vulgaris" (common toadflax).
The adults are florivore and feed on the flowers of various trees and shrubs (especially "Eucalyptus leptophylla", "Eucalyptus foecunda", "Melaleuca pauperiflora" and "Melaleuca uncinata".
The reefs include endemic species such as Mussismilia braziliensis, Favia leptophylla, Olindagorgia gracilis, Plexaurella regia and Muricea flammea, and support marine organisms such as molluscs and crustaceans.