Synonyms for machaerium or Related words with machaerium

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Examples of "machaerium"
Machaerium is a genus of fly in the family Dolichopodidae.
The caterpillars feed on various species of climbing plants ("Dalbergia", "Inga", "Machaerium", "Machaerium aculeatum", "Myrocarpus", "Platymiscium", and "Pterocarpus"), while the adults mainly feed on rotting fruits or fermenting juice and tree sap.
The shrub "Machaerium lanatum" forms dense thickets along the banks of the rivers.
Flora includes "Piptadenia incurialis" and species of the Bowdichia, Hymenaea and Machaerium genera.
The larvae of subspecies "Morpho helenor achillaena" have been recorded as feeding on "Genipa americana", "Inga", "Machaerium oblongifolium" and "Platymiscium".
Machaerium cuzcoense is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is found only in Peru.
Machaerium glabripes is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is found only in Panama.
Machaerium chambersii is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is found only in Panama.
Machaerium nicaraguense is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is found in Honduras and Nicaragua.
The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the blue morpho butterfly ranges from . The entire blue morpho butterfly life cycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days. Known larval food plants are Leguminosae ("Arachis hypogaea", "Dioclea wilsonii", "Inga" species, "Lonchocarpus", "Machaerium cobanense", "Machaerium salvadorense", "Machaerium seemannii", "Medicago sativa", "Mucuna mutisiana", "Pithecellobium", "Pterocarpus rohrii", "Mucuna urens") and Bignoniaceae ("Paragonia pyramidata").
Machaerium is a genus of legume in the Fabaceae family, and was recently assigned to the informal monophyletic "Dalbergia" clade of the Dalbergieae. It contains the following species:
Machaerium nyctitans, also known as canela do brejo or espuela de gallo, is a tree species in the family Fabaceae, native to Brazil and Argentina.
Machaerium villosum, the Jacarandá-do-Cerrado, Jacarandá-Pardo, Jacarandá-Paulista, or Jacarandá-Pedra, is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is found only in Brazil. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Slightly higher up there are early succession trees such as "Acosmium nitens", "Buchenavia macrophylla", "Cecropia latiloba", "Crateva benthamii", "Ficus anthelminthica", "Machaerium leiophyllum", "Macrolobium angustifolium", "Piranhea trifoliata", "Pseudobombax munguba" and "Tabebuia barbata".
Machaerium cirrhiferum, the espuela de gallo or espuela de gato, is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Panama.
There are many species in the "Dalbergia" genus that can be confused with "Dalbergia nigra", but the latter can be recognised by its colour and resin. It may also be confused with "Machaerium", which has a more compact parenchyma and lack large pores.
Burkholderia phymatum is a species of proteobacteria that is capable of symbiotic nitrogen fixation with the legume "Machaerium lunatum" and "Mimosa pudica". Recently, the genome (8.67 Mbp long) was sequenced, it consist of two chromosomes (3.49 and 2.7 Mbp), a megaplasmid (1.9 Mbp) and a plasmid hosting the symbiotic functions 0.56 Mbp).
Other trees include "virola" (Virola sebifera), "cupiúba" and "jacarandá" (Machaerium genus), "andiroba" (Carapa guianensis), "sucupira" (Bowdichia virgiloides), "castanha-do-Brasil" (Bertholletia excelsa), "angelim" (Dinizia excelsa), "copaíba" (Copaifera genus), "breu" (Protium genus), "sapucaia" (Lecytis pisonis), "pau d'arco" (Tabebuia serratifolia) and "seringueira" (Hevea brasiliensis).
The nocturnal larvae are red brown with bright patches of lime green or yellow. They are known to feed on "Erythroxylum pulchrum" and "Machaerium", and are also highly cannibalistic. The "Morpho" butterfly drinks its food rather than eat it. It uses its proboscis (long, protruding mouth part) to drink sap and fruit juices. "Morpho" butterflies taste with sensors on their legs and taste-smell the air with their antennae. They butterflies feed on the juices of fermenting fruit with which they may also be lured. The inebriated butterflies wobble in flight and are easy to catch. "Morpho"s will also feed on the bodily fluids of dead animals and on fungi. Therefore, "Morpho" butterflies may be important in dispersing fungal spores. The adults dwell in the forest canopy layer and rarely come near the understorey and forest floor layers; however, they have sometimes been observed flying near the ground in clearings.
The timber trade will sell many timbers under the name rosewood (usually with an adjective) due to some (outward) similarities. A fair number of these timbers come from other legume genera; one such species that is often mentioned is Bolivian "Machaerium scleroxylon" sold as Bolivian rosewood. Another that may be found in market from Southeast Asia is "Pterocarpus indicus", sold as New Guinea rosewood (and related species). "Dalbergia sissoo" is timber from rosewood species from India and Bangladesh, usually known as Sheesham or North-Indian Rosewood. It is extremely dense and has mild rot resistance, but it is porous and its exterior is soft and susceptible to wood-boring insects. It is used for making cabinets, flooring and carving. It is exported as quality veneers. Due to its after work quality when sealed and dyed, it is often sold as genuine rosewood or as teak. It has no discernible qualities of a genuine rosewood. It has comparable strength with teak, but lower quality and price than teak or "Dalbergia latifolia".