Synonyms for micrantha or Related words with micrantha

randia              sessiliflora              glabrescens              oblongifolia              auriculata              corymbosa              stricta              pedicellata              laxiflora              microcarpa              triflora              lancifolia              bracteata              ellipticum              microphylla              ramosissima              pauciflora              longiflora              parvifolium              diversifolia              ciliata              lanceolatum              paniculatum              lepidota              latifolium              multifida              microphyllum              floribundum              squarrosa              chrysantha              stenophylla              laevigata              mucronata              weinmannia              petiolaris              monantha              laurifolia              uniflora              divaricata              sericea              chamaesyce              chaerophyllum              speciosum              salicifolia              mikania              cuneata              colubrina              campanulata              leiocarpa              cercidium             



Examples of "micrantha"
"Corydalis micrantha" belongs to genus "Corydalis" which comprises about 300 species. "Corydalis micrantha" is then further classified into three subspecies that include "C. micrantha" ssp. "micrantha", "C. micrantha" ssp. "australis" and "C. micrantha" ssp. "texensis".
"Corydalis micrantha" is found mainly in the United States, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin. The three subspecies of "Corydalis micrantha" are also found in specific parts of the United States. "C. micrantha" ssp. "micrantha" is usually found in central United States. "C. micrantha" ssp. "australis" is usually found in south-central to southern United States.( "C. micrantha" ssp. "texensis" is only found in coastal south Texas. "Corydalis micrantha" ssp. "australis" is currently an endangered species in Illinois.
Larvae feed on "Bridelia micrantha", "Afzelia quanzensis", "Tragia" spp., "Gymnosporia" spp., "Maytenus senegalensis", "Schotia brachypetala", "Bridelia micrantha" and "Cassia fistula".
"M. micrantha" is affected by a virus called Mikania micrantha wilt virus (MMWV), which is a Fabavirus.
Citrus micrantha is a species of wild citrus of subgenus "Papeda" native to southern Philippines, particularly islands of Cebu and Bohol. Two varieties are recognized: small-flowered papeda ("C. micrantha" var. "micrantha"), locally known as biasong, and small-fruited papeda ("C. micrantha" var. "microcarpa") or samuyao.
"Corydalis micrantha" is an annual plant and its growth habit is forb/herb. Habitats for C. "micrantha" ssp. "micrantha" are open rocky woodlands, sandy savannas, ledges along lightly wooded bluffs, glades, along railroad tracks near gravelly areas, and areas that are mulched around buildings. C. "micrantha" ssp. "micrantha" prefer habitats that have scarce ground vegetation and places that have some shade. C. "micrantha" ssp. "australis" usually grows around March–April and it is frequently found on sandy roadsides and fields, but it’s very rare on rocky slopes and mountains.
Melanthera micrantha (formerly "Lipochaeta micrantha"), known by the common name Kauai nehe, is a rare species of flowering plant in the aster family.
Micrantha is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family.
The larvae feed on "Trema micrantha" and "Piper" species.
The larvae feed on the young leaves of "Bridelia micrantha".
The larvae feed on the flowers of "Bridelia micrantha".
The larvae feed on "Trema lamarckiana", "Trema micrantha", and "Theobroma".
Larva feed on "Phenax", "Boehmeria", "Celtis", "Sponia" and "Trema micrantha".
The larvae feed on "Phrygilanthus acutifolius" and "Trema micrantha".
"Beaufortia micrantha" was first formally described in 1843 by Johannes Conrad Schauer in "Dissertatio phytographica de Regelia, Beaufortia et Calothamno". The specific epithet ("micrantha") is derived from the Ancient Greek "μικρός (mikrós)" meaning "small" and "ἄνθος (ánthos)" meaning "flower".
Lockhartia micrantha is a species of orchid native to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.
Pouteria micrantha is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It is endemic to Cuba.
Zinowiewia micrantha is a species of plant in the Celastraceae family. It is endemic to Panama.
Dendroseris micrantha is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Puya micrantha is a species in the genus "Puya". This species is native to Bolivia.