Synonyms for microphylla or Related words with microphylla
Examples of "microphylla"
" should not be confused with "Berberis
" native to South America.
" should not be confused with "Mahonia
" , native to China.
" var. "scabra" has a more eastern and southern distribution in the species' range, and grades into "Brickellia
" var. "
" in southern and central Utah and eastern California.
Botanist Carl Epling considered "Salvia
" to have three geographical races, though the wide variation still causes confusion today, and there are conceivably more than three races. Adding to the confusion, "Salvia
" is often mistaken for "Salvia greggii", with which it frequently hybridizes. Epling distinguishes between the two by the "S.
" leaves, which have serrated edges, compared to the narrow, elliptic, and smooth-edged "S. greggii" leaves — and by a pair of papillae inside the "S.
There is also confusion between "Salvia
" and "Salvia lemmonii", which was named by Asa Gray. Later, Gray began calling it "Salvia
" var. "wislizeni", considering it to be a variety of "S.
", though most taxonomies still consider "S. lemmonii" to be a unique species. "S. lemmonii" has leaves that are long, which are furry and sharp-pointed, along with flowers that are often vermilion or magenta, with the inflorescence shorter than that of "S.
". var. "neurepia".
Larva on "Bassia muricatus", "Salsola vermiculata
" and "Traganum" species.
"M acuminata" has three recognised subspecies; acuminata, peninsularis and
The larvae feed on the generative organs of "Caragana
is a shrub native to eastern Australia.
" was first formally described by Robert Brown in 1810 and the description was published in Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae. The specific epithet ("
") is derived from the Ancient Greek words meaning "mikros" meaning "small" or "little" and "phyllon" meaning "leaf". "Epacris
var. rhombifolia", or mountain coral heath, is now classed as a distinct species "Epacris rhombifolia".
The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor '
Rubra' was listed by C. de Vos in "Handboek", 203, 1887, as "Ulmus campestris
rubra" but did not include a description.
Fuchsia × bacillaris is a natural hybrid between "F.
" subsp. "
" and "F. thymifolia" subsp. "thymifolia". It was originally described by John Lindley in 1832. It is native to Mexico, including the states of Mexico, Oaxaca, and Puebla.
The specific epithet "
" means "small-leaved". "S.
" has smaller leaves (around 3–6 mm long by 2–5 mm wide) and flowers (1.8-5.0 cm long), than the other well known species large-leaved kōwhai.
" was first formally described in 1825 by Franz Sieber and the description was published in Ludwig Reichenbach's "Iconographia Botanica Exotica". The specific epithet ("
") is derived from the Ancient Greek words "mikros" meaning "little" and "phyllon" meaning "leaf".
is a species of plant in the Meliaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
The larvae feed on "Astilbe
", "Spiraea betulifolia", "Spiraea media", "Spiraea salicifolia" and "Spiraea crenata".
is a species of Gesneriaceae that is native to Costa Rica.
is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
is a perennial shrub of the Rhamnaceae family, that is endemic to Argentina.
" var. "compacta" (Kingsville dwarf boxwood) and similar cultivars are frequently used for bonsai.
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