Synonyms for meliosma or Related words with meliosma

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Examples of "meliosma"
The larva (caterpillar) has been recorded on "Sabia campanulata", "Meliosma pungens", "Meliosma rhoifolia", "Meliosma rigida", "Meliosma squamulata", and "Buddleja".
Meliosma beusekomii is an extinct species of "Meliosma" from the middle Eocene (44 Ma) Clarno Formation of central Oregon
Meliosma youngii is a species of plant in the Sabiaceae family. It is endemic to Peru.
Meliosma cordata is a species of plant in the Sabiaceae family. It is endemic to Panama.
Meliosma littlei is a species of plant in the Sabiaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Some species of Meliosma have a limited use in gardening and horticulture.
The larvae feed on "Ehretia ovalifolia", "Ehretia serrata" and "Meliosma myriantha".
Meliosma sirensis is a species of plant in the Sabiaceae family. It is endemic to Peru.
The larvae have been recorded on "Hybanthus prunifolius" in Panama. Other recorded host plants include "Acalypha diversifolia", "Chamaedorea", "Randia" and "Meliosma" species.
Meliosma linearifolia is a species of plant in the Sabiaceae family. It is endemic to Panama. It is threatened by habitat loss.
This plant grows in pine-oak forest alongside "Arbutus xalapensis", "Buddleja cordata", "Carya ovata", "Litsea glaucescens", "Meliosma alba", and "Prunus serotina".
The Indian awlking ("Choaspes benjaminii") is one of the Lepidoptera whose caterpillars feed on "Meliosma"; they have been found on "M. pungens", "rhoifolia", "M. rigida", and "M. squamulata".
In order to add some more species to the Arboretum the following tree species were also planted. "Celtis tetrandra, Dillenia pentagyna, Elaeocarpres ferrugineus Elaeocarpres oblongus, Evodia lunuankenda, Glochidion neilgherrense, Ligustrum perrotetti, Litsaea ligustrina, Litsaea wightiana, Meliosma arnotiana Meliosma wightii, Michelia champaca, Michelia nilagirica, Pygeum gardneri, Syzygium amothanum, Syzygium montanum, Alnus nepalensis, Viburnum erubescens Podocarpus wallichianus, Rhodomyrtus tomentosa, Rapanea wightiana, Ternstroemia japonica, Microtropis microcarpa, Psychotria conjesta Photinea notoniana Cedrela toona Symplocos cochinchinensis, Elaeocarpus ganitrus, Platanus orientalis, Jacaranda mimosaefolia, Magnolia grandiflora" etc.
The following tree species were also planted: "Celtis tetrandra", "Dillenia pentagyna", "Elaeocarpus ferrugineus", "Elaeocarpus oblongus", "Evodia lunuankenda", "Glochidion neilgherrense", "Ligustrum perrotetti", "Litsaea ligustrina", "Litsaea wightiana", "Meliosma arnotiana", "Meliosma wightii", "Michelia champaca", "Michelia nilagirica", "Pygeum gardneri", "Syzygium amothanum", "Syzygium montanum", "Alnus nepalensis", "Viburnum erubescens", "Podocarpus wallichianus", "Rhodomyrtus tomentosa", "Rapanea wightiana", "Ternstroemia japonica", "Microtropis microcarpa", "Psychotria conjesta", "Photinea notoniana", "Cedrela toona", "Symplocos cochinchinensis", "Elaeocarpus ganitrus", "Platanus orientalis", "Jacaranda mimosaefolia", "Magnolia grandiflora" etc.
Fossil endocarps from the early Miocene of " Meliosma wetteraviensis", have been found in the Czech part of the Zittau Basin. Stratigraphical range of this taxon is from the late Oligocene to Pliocene of Western Europe and Siberia.
Meliosma vernicosa is a tropical tree in the family Sabiaceae. It is a canopy tree of the cloud forest that reaches 20 to 25 meters tall. It prefers elevations of 1500 to 1700 meters. It is found in Costa Rica.
Tulipanin is an anthocyanin. It is the 3-rutinoside of delphinidin. It can be found in "Alstroemeria spp.", "Berberis spp.", "Cissus sicyoides", "Hymenocallis spp.", "Manihot utilissima", "Meliosma tenuis", "Musa acuminata", "Ophiopogon japonicus", "Petunia exserta", "Petunia reitzii", blackcurrant ("Ribes nigrum"), "Schismatoglottis concinna", "Secale cereale", "Solanum betaceum", "Thaumatococcus daniellii", "Tulipa spp" and in eggplants.
The family consists of three genera and about 160 species of woody plants. The genus "Sabia" often are lianas, while those in the genera "Meliosma" and "Ophiocaryon" are trees and shrubs; the latter two are sometimes treated in a separate family Meliosmaceae.
The fossil genus "Insitiocarpus" has been found in deposits from the Cenomanian period, while the other extant genera "Sabia" and "Meliosma" have been found in European deposits from the Turonian and the Maastrichtian, respectively. The appearance of the first sabiaceae has been dated to 122-118 million years ago.
The larvae feed on "Erechtites hieracifolia", "Inga" species (including "Inga longispica"), "Xylosma chlorantha", "Alfaroa guanacastensis", "Beilschmiedia" species, "Ocotea" species (including "Ocotea veraguensis"), "Licaria" species, "Cinnamomum brenesii", "Rosa sinensis", "Meliosma glabrata" and "Chrysochlamys glauca". Full-grown larvae reach a length of 25 mm. They are green with white lateral bands and a yellowish to reddish head.