Synonyms for panduriforme or Related words with panduriforme

pennelliana              danaensis              lamiifolia              meziana              subcaespitosa              octacantha              polyzonias              trichiata              janeri              acutilobus              kalscyi              pachyneura              coraria              kralikii              iodantha              svensonii              gymnophylla              bupleurifolia              gariepina              kruckebergii              soongorica              verruciferum              pogcstemon              umbrinobrunnea              tubaestylis              platymenia              dermatolithon              theiodora              candidana              mycenoides              pauffinia              hostmannii              pilatianus              semiferruginea              tripetaloides              capreolana              cyclolobum              olivaeforme              squamosissima              strouhali              usambaranus              megalosporum              pterosicyos              wittweri              paucisetosa              mikawana              elaegnus              gigantocarpa              complicana              hetschko             

Examples of "panduriforme"
The greenhouse now contains more than 500 animals and 8,000 plants representing 300 species. Its animal collection includes anacondas, ants, anteaters, armadillos, bats, boas, caymans, ibises, ocelots, piranhas, tamarins, and tarantulas. The plant collections include 34 species of palm trees, 15 species of tree ferns, and 95 types of trees, with plants of interest including "Acrosticum aureum", "Anthurium ferrierense", "Canna indica", "Cattleya bicolor", "Cattleya mossiae", "Cephaelis poeppigiana", "Costus cuspidatus", "Heliconia angusta", "Hibiscus elatus", "Philodendron elegans", "Philodendron panduriforme", "Polypodium polypodioides", "Tillandsia cyanea", "Vriesea carinata", and "Xanthosoma violaceum".
The larvae feed on "Pelargonium cucullatum", "Pelargonium panduriforme", "Pelargonium hispidum" and "Pelargonium citronellum". The larvae mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine starts towards a vein and then follows the vein as a narrow gallery, eventually rather suddenly enlarging into a more or less triangular or elongate blotch, usually after the mine makes a turn of 180°. In thin leaves the blotch can be very elongated. The frass in the early mine is a narrow black line, in the blotch the frass is typically clumped near the entrance. Mines occur either singly or with a few together on one leaf. The larva cuts out an elliptic case of about 3.4–3.7 mm long and 1.6–2.2 mm wide. The larva probably descends with its cocoon into leaf litter before pupation. Larvae are found between mid-September and April.