Synonyms for oppositifolia or Related words with oppositifolia
Examples of "oppositifolia"
The larvae are thought to feed on "Saxifraga cf.
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga" species, including "Saxifraga
". The species overwinters in the larval stage.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Salsola
", "Salsola longifolia" and possibly "Atriplex parvifolius".
The larvae have been reported feeding on the foliage of "Dioscorea
", "Convolvulus" and "Erythrina" species.
The larvae feed on "Dioscorea
", "Dioscorea alata" and "Smilax" species.
is a species of legume of the genus "Abarema" in the Fabaceae family.
is a species of plant in the Apocynaceae family. It is endemic to Puerto Rico.
The larvae feed on the flowers and seeds of "Saxifraga" species, including "Saxifraga
" and "Saxifraga aizoides".
Larvae have been recorded on "Saxifraga
", "Saxifraga paniculata", "Saxifraga grisebachii", "Saxifraga aizoides", "Saxifraga hirsute" and "Saxifraga spathularis".
is a species of tree in the ebony family, Ebenaceae. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
Medusagynoideae consists of a single species, "Medusagyne
". It is endemic to the island of Mahé in the Seychelles.
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga
" and possibly "Saxifraga caesia". They have a dark green body and black head.
Plants with northern circumpolar distributions include "Eutrema edwardsii" (syn. "Draba laevigata"), "Saxifraga
", "Persicaria vivipara" and "Honckenya peploides".
is a shrub used as the source of an arrow poison and to coat caltrops made from the sharp fruits of the puncture vine ("Tribulus terrestris"). All plants of the genus "Acokanthera" contain toxic cardiac glycosides strong enough to cause death. "Acokanthera
" is widespread in southern and central Africa from Cape Province north to Zaire + Tanzania.
Kauila refers to two species of trees in the buckthorn family, Rhamnaceae, that are endemic to Hawaii: "Alphitonia ponderosa" and "Colubrina
". Their wood was prized for being extremely hard, and is so dense that it sinks in water. Both occur in dry to mesic forest and are now rare; "C.
" is listed as Endangered.
The botanical names "Dioscorea opposita" and "Dioscorea
" have been consistently misapplied to Chinese yam. The name "D. opposita" is now an accepted synonym of "D.
". Botanical works that point out the error may list, e.g., "Dioscorea opposita" auct. as a synonym of "D. polystachya". Furthermore, neither "D.
" nor the prior "D. opposita" have been found growing in North America and have no historical range in China or East Asia, this grouping is native only to the subcontinent of India and should not be confused with "Dioscorea polystachya".
Some species are valued in cultivation. The hybrid evergreen shrub "P." × "dalmaisiana" ("P. myrtifolia" × "P.
") has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
In most of the forest the canopy is high, with emergent trees such as Cariniana estrellensis, Copaifera langsdorffii and Nectandra
The Granitic Seychelles are home to tropical moist forests, with several endemic species, including the coco de mer ("Lodoicea maldivica"), and the jellyfish tree ("Medusagyne
The larvae feed on "Saxifraga caesia", "Saxifraga
" and possibly "Saxifraga hiflora macropetala". They have a dark greenish brown body and blackish brown head.
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