Synonyms for lindenii or Related words with lindenii

ellipticum              schottii              lepidota              flexuosum              cuneifolia              parviflorus              atropurpurea              auriculata              speciosum              colorata              caulescens              lancifolia              laxiflora              floribundum              vestita              acutifolia              velutina              breviflora              hirtella              anomalum              cymosa              calcarata              polygonoides              amoenum              oblongifolia              ciliatum              wahlenbergia              cernua              grewia              encelia              laevigatum              porophyllum              pedunculata              laxum              bracteata              randia              ovatum              radlk              guatemalensis              stricta              cauliflora              chrysantha              glaziovii              sprucei              congesta              cercidium              coronopifolia              cochleata              poepp              argenteum             



Examples of "lindenii"
He is commemorated in "Iresine lindenii" (Amaranthaceae), "Phalaenopsis lindenii" (Orchidaceae), and "Polyrrhiza lindenii", also in the Orchidaceae.
Cultivars include "Caladium lindenii" 'Magnificum'.
"Erythromma lindenii" has three subspecies. The following are the subspecies.
Edmundoa lindenii is a species in the genus "Edmundoa". This species is endemic to Brazil.
Tillandsia lindenii is a species in the genus "Tillandsia". It is endemic to Peru.
The goblet-marked damselfly ("Erythromma lindenii") is a medium-sized blue-and-black (or green-and-black) damselfly in the pond damselfly family (Coenagrionidae). It's a fairly common species in the South and West of Europe but is not found in the British Isles, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Erythromma lindenii was previously known as "Coenagrion lindenii" and "Cercion lindenii". The goblet-marked damselfly is also known as the blue-eye. It's an easily recognized species, with its wide antehumeral stripes, narrow postocular spots, the male's very bright-blue eyes. He has very long and curved appendages, and the spear-shaped marks on S3-S6 of his abdomen.
Phragmipedium lindenii is a species of orchid found from Venezuela to Ecuador.
Caladium lindenii is a species of flowering plant in the Araceae family, named after Belgian botanist Jean Jules Linden.
"Caladium lindenii" 'Magnificum' is a cultivar of the species "Caladium lindenii". It is differentiated from this species by having more pronounced veins on the leaves that are a creamy white coloration. The cultivar grows from a rhizome and is commonly grown as an ornamental plant.
Epipogium aphyllum, the ghost orchid (not to be confused with the American ghost orchid, "Dendrophylax lindenii") is a hardy myco-heterotrophic orchid lacking chlorophyll.
Its specific epithet "lindenii" is derived from its discoverer, the Belgian plant collector Jean Jules Linden who saw this orchid for the first time in Cuba in 1844. Much later it was also discovered in the Everglades in Florida.
The white-bearded helmetcrest ("Oxypogon lindenii") is a species of hummingbird found in northwestern Venezuela. The IUCN Red List has classed the species as Least Concern in July 2014.
The swamp, home of the rare Ghost Orchid (Dendrophylax lindenii), was featured in the novel "The Orchid Thief" by Susan Orlean. The book was the source for Charlie Kaufman's screenplay for the movie "Adaptation."
Some orchids, as "Dendrophylax lindenii" (ghost orchid), "Aphyllorchis" and "Taeniophyllum" depend on their green roots for photosynthesis and lack normally developed leaves, as do all of the heterotrophic species.
Dendrophylax lindenii, the ghost orchid (a common name also used for "Epipogium aphyllum") is a perennial epiphyte from the orchid family (Orchidaceae). It is native to Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas. Other common names include palm polly and white frog orchid.
"Dendrophylax lindenii" is a leafless epiphyte in the tribe Vandeae, in the subfamily Epidendroideae. The plant consists mainly of a network of photosynthetic roots on a tree trunk. Its habitat is moist, swampy forest in south-western Florida and Caribbean islands such as Cuba.
Dendrophylax is a genus of leafless neotropical orchids (family Orchidaceae) native to Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, and Florida. The name is from Greek δένδρον ("tree") and φύλαξ ("guard; keeper"). One species, "Dendrophylax lindenii", featured heavily in the book "The Orchid Thief".
Pond cypress ("Taxodium ascendens") is the most common tree in cypress domes. It is joined by the subtropical shrubs pond-apple ("Annona glabra"), cocoplum ("Chrysobalanus icaco"), and swamp bay ("Persea palustris"). Herbaceous plants include giant red bacopa ("Bacopa caroliniana"). The strangler fig ("Ficus aurea") and the ghost orchid ("Dendrophylax lindenii") are also found here.
In the United States, "A. scolopendrium" var. "americanum" was declared endangered in 1989. The reason that the European variety is relatively widespread, and the American variety a rarity, has apparently not been established. A third variety, "A. scolopendrium" var. "lindenii", occurs in southern Mexico and Hispaniola.
Phalaenopsis lindenii is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family, named after Belgian botanist Jean Jules Linden. It is endemic to the island of Luzon in the Philippines. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.