Synonyms for marcgravia or Related words with marcgravia

perezia              palicourea              freziera              connata              insulare              weinmannia              setigera              spathulata              glabrescens              parinari              kickxia              dorstenia              sessiliflora              radlk              serjania              trisetum              berteroana              pseuderanthemum              pteronia              alseodaphne              tectaria              flexuosum              lepidota              talisia              crinitum              minutiflora              caffra              campanulata              gymnostachyum              homalium              stipularis              randia              pedicellata              floribundum              plagiochila              pancheria              pinifolia              ramulosa              oplismenus              trichomanes              seseli              bomarea              subsessilis              onosma              chamaesyce              fastigiata              rotundifolius              ciliatum              arthrostylidium              squarrosa             



Examples of "marcgravia"
The green-crowned brilliant hummingbird feeds at the large inflorescences of the "Marcgravia crassiflora" vines.
The green-crowned brilliant hummingbird feeds at the large inflorescences of the "Marcgravia polyadenia" vines.
Bats may detect acoustic signals from dish-shaped bracts such as those of "Marcgravia evenia".
Marcgravia umbellata, monkey paws, is a species of flowering vine in the family Marcgraviaceae.
"Marcgravia evenia" relies on "Monophyllus", a Cuban nectar-feeding bat, for pollination.
Marcgravia grandifolia is a species of plant in the Marcgraviaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
The green-crowned brilliant hummingbird feeds at the large inflorescences of the "Marcgravia grandifolia" vine.
Marcgravia crassiflora is a species of flowering plant in the Marcgraviaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Marcgravia is a genus of plant in family Marcgraviaceae, native to the Caribbean Islands, Central America, and South America.
Marcgravia polyadenia is a species of plant in the Marcgraviaceae family. The flowering vine is endemic to Ecuador.
Marcgravia evenia is a species of flowering vine in the family Marcgraviaceae. Within this family it belongs to the Galetae group, which is characterized by a long inflorescence axis and boat shaped nectaries. The plant is endemic to Cuba.
This hummingbird feeds at the large inflorescences of "Marcgravia " vines, which the male will sometimes defend. It will also feed at "Heliconia" and other large flowers. Unlike many hummingbirds, the green-crowned brilliant almost always perches to feed.
The frequency of the bats' vocalisations (starting well above 250 kHz) is the highest known of any bat species and may be an adaptation to locate pitchers among dense surrounding vegetation. The bats are likely further aided by a parabolic structure found in the rear wall of "N. hemsleyana" upper pitchers. This structure shows far stronger echo-reflection than a comparable area in the most closely related pitcher plant species, "Nepenthes rafflesiana". These reflecting structures are convergent with those of some Neotropical bat-pollinated angiosperms, such as "Marcgravia evenia".
Like almost all amazons, the Puerto Rican amazon is a herbivore. Its diet consists of flowers, fruits, leaves, bark and nectar obtained from the forest's canopy. The species has been recorded to consume more than 60 different materials, although its diet was historically more varied due to its larger range. Among the items it consumes are the pericarp of the seeds of sierra palm ("Prestoea montana"), tabonuco ("Dacryodes excelsa"), and negra lora ("Matayba domingensis"); the fruits of "bejuco de rana" ("Marcgravia sintenisii"), camasey ("Miconia sintenisii"), cupey de altura ("Clusia gundlachii"), and "palo de cruz" ("Rheedia portoricensis"); the flowers of bejuco de rana, achiotillo ("Alchornea latifolia"), and "Piptocarpha tetrantha"; the leaves and twigs of cupeillo ("Clusia grisebachiana"), laurel sabino ("Magnolia splendens"), caimitillo verde ("Micropholis garciniaefolia"), and "Piptocarpha tetrantha"; the bark of bejuco de rana, cupeillo, and cachimbo cumun ("Psychotria berteriana"); and the buds of cuaba ("Inga vera"). It normally selects the fruits positioned directly in front of its eyes, picking them one at a time with some rare exceptions. When feeding, it uses a foot to pick up the food. The amazon feeds in a slow, paused manner taking 8–60 seconds to consume separate items.