Synonyms for lyonia or Related words with lyonia

tenuifolium              laxiflora              peduncularis              wikstroemia              marsdenia              ehretia              hernandia              lepidota              sessiliflora              caracasana              domingensis              mussaenda              chrysantha              cercidium              auriculata              fouquieria              oblongifolia              coronopifolia              randia              cymosa              cistanthe              connata              breviflora              chamaesyce              acutum              filipes              cuneifolia              palicourea              pectis              obtusifolium              wahlenbergia              inerme              insulare              linifolia              hexandra              anomalum              bracteata              bucida              auriculatum              oleifolius              garrya              ovatum              pilea              glabrescens              weinmannia              brevifolium              themeda              bipinnata              lycioides              parviflorus             



Examples of "lyonia"
Lyonia jamaicensis is a species of plant in the Ericaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica.
The larvae feed on "Andromeda", "Carya", "Lyonia", "Quercus", "Vaccinium angustifolium" and "Vaccinium corymbosum".
Lyonia maestrensis is a species of plant in the Ericaceae family. It is endemic to Cuba.
Lyonia truncata is a species of flowering plant in the heath family known as Dominican staggerbush.
Lyonia octandra is a species of plant in the Ericaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica.
Southern coastal plain nonriverine basin swamps occur in large, seasonally-flooded depressions away from rivers. Sites are often forested by trees including bald cypress ("Taxodium distichum"), swamp tupelo ("Nyssa biflora"), evergreen shrubs, and hardwoods. Slash pine ("Pinus elliottii") is sometimes found. Characteristic shrubs include buckwheat tree ("Cliftonia monophylla"), swamp cyrilla ("Cyrilla racemiflora"), fetterbush lyonia ("Lyonia lucida"), and laurelleaf greenbrier ("Smilax laurifolia").
Trees and shrubs commonly associated with swamp tupelo are red maple ("Acer rubrum"), buttonbush ("Cephalanthus occidentalis"), buckwheat-tree ("Cliftonia monophylla"), dogwood ("Cornus" spp.), swamp cyrilla ("Cyrilla racemiflora"), swamp-privet ("Forestiera acuminata"), Carolina ash ("Fraxinus caroliniana"), loblolly-bay ("Gordonia lasianthus"), dahoon ("Ilex cassine"), inkberry ("I. glabra"), yaupon ("I. vomitoria"), fetterbush lyonia ("Lyonia lucida"), and bayberry ("Myrica" spp.).
Pond cypress ("Taxodium ascendens") dominates the canopy, which it shares with swamp tupelo ("Nyssa biflora") and sweetgum ("Liquidambar styraciflua"). Shrubs include myrtle holly ("Ilex myrtifolia"), dog hobble ("Leucothoe racemosa"), southern wax myrtle ("Morella cerifera"), buttonbush ("Cephalanthus occidentalis"), sweet pepperbush ("Clethra alnifolia"), fetterbush lyonia ("Lyonia lucida"), and snowbell ("Styrax americanus").
Lyonia lucida is a species of flowering plant in the heath family known by the common names fetterbush lyonia, hurrahbush, and staggerbush. Other plants may be called fetterbush. This broadleaved evergreen plant grows on the coastal plain of the southeastern United States from Virginia to Florida to Louisiana. It also occurs in Cuba.
The plant grows in the Florida scrub of Central Florida. It grows in well-drained white sand, or sometimes yellow sand, among sand pines ("Pinus clausa"). Other trees in the habitat may include slash pine ("Pinus elliottii") and turkey oak ("Quercus laevis"). Shrubs in the understory include the Florida rosemary ("Ceratiola ericoides"), scrub live oak ("Quercus geminata"), and rusty lyonia ("Lyonia ferruginea").
Southern coastal plain nonriverine basin swamps occur in large, seasonally-flooded depressions away from rivers. Sites are often forested in trees such as bald cypress ("Taxodium distichum"), swamp tupelo ("Nyssa biflora"), and sometimes slash pine ("Pinus elliottii"). Characteristic shrubs include buckwheat tree ("Cliftonia monophylla"), swamp cyrilla ("Cyrilla racemiflora"), laurelleaf greenbrier ("Smilax laurifolia"), and fetterbush lyonia ("Lyonia lucida").
Typical trees are longleaf pine ("Pinus palustris") or slash pine ("Pinus elliottii"). Understory vegetation can be open and grassy or dense and shrubby, depending on fire history. Shrubs include swamp titi ("Cyrilla racemiflora"), gallberry ("Ilex coriacea"), Appalachia tea ("Ilex glabra"), fetterbush lyonia ("Lyonia lucida"), and saw palmetto ("Serenoa repens").
Lyonia elliptica is a species of plant in the Ericaceae family. It is endemic to Cuba. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Lyonia was an electronic, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary scientific journal published by the Harold L. Lyon Arboretum and stored in the ScholarSpace digital institutional repository of the University of Hawaii at Manoa library. The journal was dedicated to the distribution of original ecological research and how it may be implemented in environmental protection. Papers published in "Lyonia" covered a range of disciplines including ecology, biology, anthropology, economics, law, etc. that pertain to conservation, management, sustainable development, and education in mountain and island settings. The journal was particularly interested in the mountain forests in tropical areas. "Lyonia" was first published in March 1974 and continued until December 1989.
Lyonia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae. There are about 35 species native to Asia and North America.
Lyonia ovalifolia is a species of plant in the Ericaceae family. This plant is Native to Nepal, China, Japan, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia.
East Gulf coastal plain near-coast pine flatwoods are forests and woodlands on broad, sandy flatlands along the northern Gulf of Mexico. Trees are typically longleaf pine ("Pinus palustris") or slash pine ("Pinus elliottii"). Fires are naturally frequent, occurring every one to four years. Understory vegetation ranges from open and grassy to dense and shrubby, depending on fire history. Shrubs include swamp titi ("Cyrilla racemiflora"), gallberry ("Ilex coriacea"), Appalachia tea ("Ilex glabra"), fetterbush lyonia ("Lyonia lucida"), and saw palmetto ("Serenoa repens").
The larvae feed on "Acer" species, "Carpinus tschonoskii", "Sorbus alnifolia", "Lyonia ovalifolia", "Wisteria floribunda", "Kalopanax pictus" and "Castanea crenata". They create an irregular rectangular case and skeletonise the leaves of their host plant.
The understory is thick with shrubs, including black huckleberry ("Gaylussacia baccata") and early lowbush blueberry ("Vaccinium pallidum"). Staggerbrush ("Lyonia mariana"), dangleberry ("Gaylussacia frondosa"), mountain laurel ("Kalmia latifolia"), and sheep laurel ("Kalmia angustifolia") also occur. Bracken fern ("Pteridium aquilinum") is abundant.
Acrocercops leucophaea is a moth of the Gracillariidae family, known from Uttarakhand and Assam, India and Nepal. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1919. The hostplants for the species include "Lyonia ovalifolia" and "Engelhardia spicata".