Synonyms for paniculatum or Related words with paniculatum

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Examples of "paniculatum"
"Anodendron rhinosporum", Thwaites = Anodendron paniculatum
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Eryngium paniculatum".
The larvae feed on the Salicaceae species "Homalium paniculatum".
The larvae feed on "Clerodendrum paniculatum", "Hypoestes" and "Justicia" species.
Epidendrum paniculatum (gloss: paniculate upon a tree) is a species of orchid in the genus "Epidendrum".
"Talinum paniculatum" is native to the southern United States, much of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The larvae feed on the leaves of "Eryngium paniculatum" in Uruguay and "Eryngium eburneum" in Argentina.
The larvae feed on "Santalum freycinetianum", "Santalum paniculatum" and "Santalum pyrularium".
Similar nightshade species that were once included with "S. paniculatum" but are now considered distinct are:
"T. paniculatum" bears tuberous roots and panicles of flowers and produces tiny, jewel-like fruits.
"Talinum paniculatum" is often grown as an ornamental plant. Cultivars include 'Kingwood Gold', 'Limón', and 'Variegatum'.
"A. paniculatum" is placed within section "Codonoprasum", subgenus "Allium". There is some degree of uncertainty with regards to the relationships of taxa within the section. The Plant List gives "A. pallens" as an accepted name, but The World Checklist of Selected Plant Families treats it as a subspecies of "Allium paniculatum", "Allium paniculatum" subsp. "pallens" (L.) K.Richt. Furthermore a number of synonyms listed in The Plant List, such as "Allium sternii", are treated as separate species by The World Checklist.
Local flora of Sakleshapur include the reddish-orange pagoda flower ("Clerodendrum paniculatum"), locally known as "ratha pushp"a (blood flower).
Canarium paniculatum is a species of flowering plant in the family Burseraceae. It is endemic to Mauritius.
"A. paniculatum" is placed within section "Codonoprasum", subgenus "Allium". The species has been regarded as highly variable, with up to 30 taxa included in what has been referred to as the "A. paniculatum" complex, many of which are now regarded as separate species within the section, including "Allium dentiferum", "A. fuscum", "A. oleraceum", "A. pallens", and "A. tenuiflorum".
Joseph Maiden and Ernst Betche described the differences between the two varieties in a 1905 publication. In 1999, Tony Bean elevated "S. debile" var. "paniculatum" to the species level, giving it the name "Stylidium paniculatum" , thus rendering the autonym var. "debile" unnecessary.
B. lecheguana is known to visit a number of plants to obtain nectar resources. This wasp has been documented visiting the flowers of "Baccharis spp.", "Erythrina crista-galli", "Ziziphus cotinifolia", "Solanum paniculatum", "Sidastrum paniculatum", and "Erythroxylon catingae" and more. In addition to obtaining nectar from flowers, "B. lecheguana" has been reported as a visitor of extrafloral nectaries on such species as "Banisteriopsis malifolia".
Cleisostoma paniculatum is a species of orchid found in India, Assam, Bhutan, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and China (Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Tibet).
Solanum paniculatum, commonly known as jurubeba, is a nightshade common in almost all of Brazil. It is used as a medicinal plant and has a bitter taste.
"Talinum paniculatum" is a native plant from West Indies and Central America and has common names of Flameflower and Jewels-of-Opar.