Synonyms for linoides or Related words with linoides

breviflora              pectis              coronopifolia              foliosa              ciliolata              mcvaughii              trichophorum              cuneifolium              guatemalense              padifolia              stipularis              preussii              platycarpa              tenuifolium              metastelma              aristatum              vestita              platyphyllum              dielsii              ciliatum              pergularia              cuneifolia              hirtella              caracasana              kunthii              gouania              scolosanthus              chamaesyce              harlingii              amoenum              garrya              sonorae              asarifolia              trinervis              fastigiatum              cistanthe              anomalum              porophyllum              ionantha              seemannii              lycopodioides              tetradymia              rzedowskii              dolichophylla              insulare              hampea              cyrtanthus              liebm              palicourea              altamiranoa             

Examples of "linoides"
Where ranges overlap, it can intergrade with "Monardella linoides" or "Monardella mojavensis".
Monardella linoides is a species of flowering plant in the mint family known by the common name flaxleaf monardella.
Wikstroemia linoides is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Hubei, Shaanxi, and Sichuan.
The larvae feed on "Silene saxifraga" and "Silene linoides". They feed in the shoots, causing terminal galls. Pupation takes place in a web on the ground. Larvae can be found in May and June.
Leaves of the Linaceae are always simple; arrangement varies from alternate (most species) to opposite (in "Sclerolinon" and some "Linum") or whorled (in some "Hesperolinon" and "Linum" species). The hermaphroditic, actinomorphic flowers are pentameric, or very rarely tetrameric (e.g. "Radiola linoides", "Linum keniense").
"Monardella linoides" is a gray-green perennial herb producing a slender erect stem up to about 50 centimeters in maximum height. The linear to oval leaves are 1 to 4 centimeters long and coated in grayish hairs. The inflorescence is a head of several flowers blooming in a cup of pale whitish or pink-tinged papery bracts 2 or 3 centimeters wide. The flowers are just over a centimeter long and light purple in color.
The islands in the nature reserve are dominated by an open landscape with Calluna and grass heath with junipers. The area has been used as a pastureland for hundreds of years, and common species are catsfoot, wild thyme, common milkwort, "Radiola linoides", and chaffweed. At Älmö, sea holly has been found. At Vendelsöarna, birds such as redshank, Eurasian oystercatcher, and ringed plover are breeding. At Älmö, there are large populations of gulls. In this area, there is a prohibition of access during the breeding period, from 1 April to 15 July. In the shallow waters surrounding the islands, there are invertebrates and small fish.
Past land use, natural succession and human activities have played a role in changing the reserve's vegetation. This has resulted in the loss of species such as "Agrostemma githago, Apium inundatum, Armoracia rusticana, Asplenium adainatum-nigrum, Astrantia major, Baldellia ranunculoides, Barbarea verna, Campanula rotundifolia, Ceratophylum demersum, Ceterach Officinarum, Drosera rotundifolia, Gnaphalium sylvaticum, Humulus lupulus, Hypericum humifusum, Lemna gibba, Mimulus luteus, Narthecium ossifragum, Oenanthe crocata, Ophioglossum vulgatum, Parnassia palustris, Pyrola minor, Radiola linoides, Ranunculus ficaria, R. hederaceus, Rorippa amphibia, Sagina nodosa, Sagittaria sagittifolia, Salix repans, Utricularia intermedia, and U. vulgaris", all of which are now believed to be absent.