Synonyms for onosma or Related words with onosma

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Examples of "onosma"
The Golden-flowered Onosma ("Onosma taurica") is a plant native of Europe.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Onosma stellulata".
The plant taxa "Dichoropetalum stridii" (Hartvig) Pimenov & Kljuykov, "Onosma stridii" Teppner, "Sagina stridii" Kit Tan, Zarkos & Christodoulou, "Crocus biflorus" subsp. "stridii" (Papan. & Zacharof) B. Mathew, "Astragalus stridii" Kit Tan are named after him.
Steppe vegetation covering the tops and slopes of Verblyuzhka consists of typical petrophytes, including calcicole. Among them there are many relicts and endemisms. Here grow Ephedra distachya, Clausia solntsepechnaya, Onosma simplicissima, trisetum desert, Hedysarum macranthon, thyme guberlinsky and other plants.
Onosma is a genus of flowering plants in the family Boraginaceae. They are native to the Mediterranean and western Asia. They grow in dry, sunny habitats with rocky, sandy substrates. Some are popular as rock garden plants.
Onosma stridii is a perennial flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae. It is a Greek endemic species found only at Mt. Kallidromo and Mt. Chlomo. It was named after Swede botanist Arne Strid.
The nature park is habitat of diverse vegetation. Plants of the wood area are mainly Oriental beech ("Fagus orientalis"), Oriental alder ("Alnus orientalis"), European hornbeam ("Carpinus betulus") and Turkey oak ("Quercus cerris"). Shrubs present are common rhododendron ("Rhododendron ponticum"), butcher's-broom ("Ruscus aculeatus"), myrtle, ("Myrtus communis"), laurel ("Laurus nobilis"), heather ("Erica arborea"), strawberry tree ("Arbutus unedo"), blackberry ("Rubus"), pampas grass ("Cortaderia selloana"). Observed plants in sandy areas are species such as field eryngo ("Eryngium campestre"), alkanet ("Alkanna tinctoria") and golden-flowered Onosma ("Onosma taurica").
Onosma fruticosum is an erect, much branched shrub, 30-100 cm high, young shoots covered with bristles. Leaves alternate, simple, entire, stalkless, oblanceolate, 7-20 x 2-5 mm, thick, margins revolute, with a mixture of short hairs and long scabridulous bristles. Flowers tubular, nodding, solitary, corolla golden yellow, turning brownish with age. Flowers February-May. Fruit of 4 nutlets.
The larvae feed "Anchusa" and "Onosma" species. They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a large, inflated blotch. The frass is deposited in a central mass. Pupation takes place within the mine in a cocoon in the frass clump.
The range has a mixture of oak forest and alpine tundra. The tundra is home to unusual plants, such as red valerian, "Lunaria annua", and "Onosma lucana". Fauna of the range includes wild boar, red kites, swallows, kestrel, ravens, and peregrine falcons.
The Mainz Sand Dunes () are a small geological and botanical supra-region and important nature preserve in Mainz, Germany. Within this protected area rare plants and animals can be found. Some of the species represented here, such as the Purple Golden-drop, ("Onosma arenaria") grow only here and in small numbers.
The larvae feed on "Anchusa officinalis", "Cynoglossum officinale", "Echium italicum", "Echium vulgare", "Lithospermum officinale", "Myosotis", "Nonea", "Onosma", "Pentaglottis", "Pulmonaria officinalis" and "Symphytum officinale". Young larva feed on the developing seeds and hibernate in their first case which is made of the tip of a petal. After hibernation, they make a laterally flattened, composite leaf case. Fleck mines are made at the margin of the leaves. The mouth angle is about 70°. Full-grown larvae can be found from mid May to early June.
The following 39 of the 128 endemic plant species of Cyprus are found in the Akamas peninsula: "Alyssum akamasicum", "Anthemis tricolor", "Arenaria rhodia" ssp. "cypria", "Asperula cypria", "Astragalus cyprius", "Ballota integrefolia", "Bosea cypria", "Carlina involucrata" spp. "cyprica", "Carlina pygmea", "Centaurea akamantis", "Centaurea calcitrapa" ssp. "angusticeps", "Centaurea veneris", "Crocus veneris", "Cyclamen cyprium", "Euphorbia cypria", "Gagea juliae", "Gladiolus triphyllus", "Helianthemum obtusefolium", "Odontites cypria", "Onobrychis venosa", "Onopordum cyprium", "Onosma fruticosum", "Ophrys kotschyi", "Ophrys lepethica", "Origanum majorana", "Ornithogalum pedicellare", "Phlomis cypria" var. "occidentalis", "Pterocephalus multiflorus" ssp. "multiflorus", "Ptilostemon chamaepeuce" var. "cyprius", "Rubia laurea", "Scutellaria cypria" var. "elatior", "Sedum cyprium", "Sedum porphyreum", "Senecio glaucus" ssp. "cyprius", "Taraxacum aphrogenes", "Teucrium divaricatum" ssp. "canescens", "Teucrium micropodioides", "Thymus integer", "Tulipa cypria".
After attending school in Selmecbánya (now called Banská Štiavnica), Sándor Jávorka studied at the University of Budapest and graduated in 1906 with a thesis on the genus "Onosma". Since 1905 he was employed in the Department of Botany of the Hungarian National Museum, where he worked until 1940, latterly as its director. Even after retirement, he remained there still active. In 1939 he became a professor at the University of Budapest. In 1936 he became a corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and seven years later a permanent member. In 1952 he was awarded the Kossuth Prize.
The procession arrives at the peak before dawn, and at sunrise the morning liturgy begins. After prayers have been offered, the procession goes back to Velji Mikulići, again following the cross. The participants would formerly gather on a flat area from the peak, where they would spend some five or six hours in a joyous celebration and sports, and have a communal meal. On the way back, some people pick the so-called herb of Rumija ("Onosma visianii"), whose root is reputed for its medicinal properties. The procession ends at the Church of St Nicholas, and folk festivities at Velji Mikulići continue into the night. Until the next Feast of Pentecost, the cross is kept at a secret location. It was formerly known only to two oldest male members of the Andrović family, and since around 2000 the Androvićs have appointed a committee to keep the cross.
There are many rare and endemic plants in the area. The floral species reported from the park are "Cotoneaster integerrimus", "Ephedra distachya", "Centaurea atropurpurea", "Dianthus serotinus", "Cephalaria radiate", and "Asplenium nigrum". To evolve a management plan for the natural reserve, a study was carried out on the flora and faunal resources within the reserve area. Given this data, the details of flora reported are 144 plant species of 41 families. Of these, 8 are endangered species which are characteristic to the ecoregion of the xerophilous grasslands and/or the Xerothermic subcontinental Oak forest, and are: "Cephalaria radiate", "Cephalaria uralensis", "Onosma pseudoarenaria", "Jurinea mollis ssp." ("transsilvanica"), "Salvia transsilvanica", "Salvia nutans", "Centaurea atropurpurea" and "Quercus pubescens".