Synonyms for nitens or Related words with nitens
Examples of "nitens"
" Nees) is a plant native of Cerrado vegetation of Brazil. This plant is cited in Flora Brasiliensis by Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius.
When he reviewed the genus in 1991, George placed this species in Subgenus "Chrysoma", Section "Chrysohoe" along with "V.
" and "V.
"'the magnificent "Chrysorrhoë
", whose yellow flowers, of
Carlquist originally described two species in the genus, "A. subterranea" and "A. arenicola" (the species epithet "arenicola" means "a dweller on sand"). Ten year later in April 1986, Australian botanists Lawrence Alexander Sidney Johnson and Barbara G. Briggs, both of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, published a short article in the journal "Telopea" that recognized a species previously known as "Restio
" as a species better fitting the description of "Alexgeorgea". "Restio
" was originally described by Christian Gottfried Daniel Nees von Esenbeck in 1848 as having above ground dehiscent fruits, unlike the below ground flowers and fruit of "Alexgeorgea", though Carlquist had noted that "R.
" and his newly described "A. arenicola" were otherwise identical. Johnson examined the herbarium specimens labeled as "R.
" and discovered that the alleged above ground fruits were actually malformations possibly resulting from smut fungus. Both Johnson & Briggs and Carlquist independently published the new combination, moving the species "R.
" to the genus "Alexgeorgea" as "A.
". In Carlquist's proposal, he identified "A. arenicola" a synonym of the older name "A.
", which had priority. Johnson and Briggs published their description of "A.
" in the journal "Telopea" on April 24, preceding Carlquist's publication in the journal "Aliso" by only 5 days, thus making Carlquist's combination ("A.
" (Nees) Carlquist) an isonym of Johnson and Briggs's combination ("A.
" (Nees) L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs). The third species, "A. ganopoda", was described by Johnson and Briggs in 1990.
" can reach a body length of about in males, of about in females. The basic color is blue, with completely black legs in the subspecies "Rhopalizus
is a species of the genus of wintersweets "Chimonanthus" and member of the family Calycanthaceae (syn. "Meratia
" (Oliver) Rehder & Wilson; "C. campanulatus" R.H.Chang & C.S.Ding; "C. grammatus" M.C.Liu; "C. zhejangensis" M.C.Liu).
is a member of the Myrtaceae family endemic to Western Australia.
The larvae feed on "Rhynchosia
". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
The subspecies "
" and "polyantha" are only found in the Sierra foothills.
is a moth in the Crambidae family. It is found in Costa Rica.
The larvae feed on the leaves of "Atriplex tatarica", "Atriplex
", "Atriplex verrucifera" and "Halimione partulocoides".
Common species in the meadows are "Chalepophyllum guianense", "Digomphia laurifolia", "Tococa
" and "Poecilandra retusa".
The specific epithet ("
") is derived from the Latin word "niteo" meaning "shining" or "bright".
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Eulimidae.
is a species of mushroom in the Cortinariaceae family.
is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
is a Palaearctic species of fly in the family Tachinidae.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Drilliidae.
George placed this species in Subgenus "Chrysoma", Section "Chrysorhoe" along with "V. patens" and "V.
The larvae feed on "Dracaena reflexa" var. "
", "Dracaena steudneri" and "Dracena mannii".
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