Synonyms for multifida or Related words with multifida

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Examples of "multifida"
Like "Ipomoea × multifida", it is known as Cardinal Climber.
The larvae possibly feed on "Lavandula abrotanoides" and "Lavandula multifida".
The larvae feed on "Lomatium macrocarpum", "Lomatium grayi" and "Leptotaenia multifida".
Manilkara multifida is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family.
The larvae feed on the leaves "Pteris multifida" and "Microlepia strigosa".
Ipomoea × sloteri is an allotetraploid species derived from "Ipomoea × multifida". It is a cultivated species with no natural range.
Ipomea" × "multifida is a hybridogenic species. Its ancestors are the "scarlet creeper" ("I. hederifolia") and the "cypress vine" ("I. quamoclit").
Utricularia multifida, commonly called pink petticoat or fairy aprons, is a terrestrial carnivorous plant that belongs to the bladderwort genus, "Utricularia", of family Lentibulariaceae. It is endemic to the south west corner of Western Australia. It was once placed in a separate genus as "Polypompholyx multifida".
Dysphania multifida is a species of flowering plant in the amaranth family known by the common names cutleaf goosefoot
Brachyscome multifida is a perennial herb in the family Asteraceae. Common names include cut-leaved daisy, rocky daisy, and Hawkesbury daisy. The species is endemic to Australia.
Polyhymno multifida is a moth of the Gelechiidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1917. It is found in South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal).
"Brachyscome multifida" occurs on dry, shallow or rocky soils in sclerophyll forest or grassland in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
Two subspecies are recognised: "B. b." subsp. "bipinnatifida" has larger, longer leaves with wider lobes, and a larger inflorescence, than "B. a." subsp. "multifida".
Lavandula multifida (fernleaf lavender, Egyptian lavender) is a small plant, sometimes a shrub, native to the southern regions of the Mediterranean, including Iberia, Sicily and the Canary Islands.
"Ipomoea × multifida" is a hybrid between "I. coccinea "and "Ipomoea quamoclit". The allotetraploid of this hybrid is "Ipomoea sloteri". Both are known as cardinal climber.
There are 71 endemic plant species, including Protium icicariba, Caryocar edule, Couepia belemii, Arapatiella psilophylla, Byrsonima alvimii, Tibouchina elegans, Eugenia flamingensis, Manilkara multifida.
"Ipomoea" × "multifida" is a hybrid between "I. quamoclit" and the cypress vine ("I. hederifolia"). The allotetraploid of this hybrid is "Ipomoea sloteri". Both are known as cardinal climber.
"Ranunculus sceleratus" has a circumpolar distribution in the northern hemisphere There are three subspecies with distinctive distributions, "R. sceleratus" ssp. "reptabundus" occurring in northern Finland and north-west Russia, and "R. scleratus" ssp. "multifida" in north western North America.
Some species are used in herbalism. Common tormentil ("P. erecta"), for example, has been used as an herbal remedy for inflammation and gastrointestinal disorders. Research continues to determine its safety and usefulness as an alternative medicine for such disorders as ulcerative colitis. "Potentilla discolor" and "P. multifida" are Chinese medicinal herbs used to treat diabetes.
The genus Polypompholyx, the pink petticoats, contained just two species of carnivorous plant, "Polypompholyx tenella" and "Polypompholyx multifida", previously distinguished from the otherwise similar genus "Utricularia" by their possession of four calyx lobes rather than two. The genus has now been subsumed into "Utricularia".