Synonyms for leucopogon or Related words with leucopogon

labill              incana              epacris              squarrosa              spathulata              glabrescens              plumosa              banksii              anomalum              weinmannia              congesta              oblongifolia              caespitosa              caffra              recurva              mucronata              radlk              ellipticum              maireana              subulata              connata              verbesina              campanulata              penicillata              orites              stricta              laxiflora              parviflorus              pulchellum              caesia              latifolium              ferruginea              pauciflora              brachylaena              patersonia              virgata              atropurpurea              filifolium              ciliata              sessiliflora              salisb              pauciflorus              corymbosa              puberula              philotheca              randia              setacea              cuneifolia              lanceolatum              bracteata             



Examples of "leucopogon"
The host plant of "P. pyramidia" is Leucopogon fasciculatus.
Persoonia leucopogon is a shrub native to Western Australia.
Leucopogon microphyllus is a small Australian plant in the Heath family native to eastern Australia.
Leucopogon amplexicaulis, commonly known as the beard-heath, is a shrub found in southeastern Australia.
"Cyathodes juniperina" Druce., "Styphelia juniperina" Pers., "Epacris juniperina" Forst. & Forst. f. "Leucopogon juniperinus" R. Br.
The subalpine species "Acrothamnus hookeri" was until 2005 known as "Leucopogon hookeri".
Leucopogon rubricaulis is an Australian species of shrub described by Robert Brown.
The genus, which is closely related to "Leucopogon", was formally described in 2005.
The cream-backed woodpecker ("Campephilus leucopogon") is a species of bird in the family Picidae.
Acrolophus leucopogon is a moth of the Acrolophidae family. It is found in South America.
There are 28 endangered taxa. "Leucopogon cryptanthus" is presumed extinct. The other 27 are believed extant:
The stripe-throated wren ("Cantorchilus leucopogon") is a species of bird in the family Troglodytidae.
Leucopogon ericoides, commonly known as the Pink Beard-heath, is a common shrub found in southeastern Australia.
Megachile leucopogon is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Cockerell in 1929.
Leucopogon fletcheri is a small Australian plant in the heath family. It was first collected near Springwood by J.J. Fletcher in September 1887. This particular sub species "fletcheri" is now considered extremely rare, and is listed as endangered by extinction. Sub species "Leucopogon fletcheri subsp. brevisepalus" is more abundant and not considered under threat.
Leucopogon affinis, commonly known as lance beard-heath and formerly known as "Leucopogon lanceolatus" is a flowering plant in the heath family Ericaceae and is endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania and South Australia. It is an erect shrub with spikes of small white flowers in early spring, followed by orange-red fruit.
"Leucopogon affinis" was first formally described by Robert Brown in 1810 and the description was published in "Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae".
The white-chinned prinia ("Schistolais leucopogon"), also known as the white-chinned warbler, is a species of bird in the Cisticolidae family.
Leucopogon marginatus is a shrub of the heath family native to Western Australia. It was first described by W. Fitzgerald in 1904.
A number of species formerly included in this genus have been reassigned to other genera including "Acrothamnus", "Agiortia", "Astroloma", "Brachyloma", "Croninia", "Cyathopsis", "Leptecophylla", "Leucopogon", "Lissanthe" and "Planocarpa".