Synonyms for parastrephia or Related words with parastrephia

piptochaetium              espeletia              decorticans              stipulata              lappula              mcvaughii              perezia              vatairea              marsdenia              tenuifolium              papposa              cologania              piptatherum              cercidium              picris              secamone              mussaenda              lasiacis              coronopifolia              calycophyllum              spiciformis              lasiocarpum              cistanthe              caracasana              cymosa              prosopis              brickellia              chasmanthium              lepechinia              liebmannii              porophyllum              wigandia              rechingeri              landolphia              altamiranoa              hyparrhenia              lyonia              myrcianthes              sessiliflora              milleria              argophyllum              subverticillata              jaliscensis              pinaropappus              rzedowskii              pectis              subcordata              salicifolium              micrantha              themeda             



Examples of "parastrephia"
Some "Parastrephia" species are used in traditional medicine. For example, "Parastrephia lucida" is used in the highlands of the Andes to relieve toothache, for bone fractures and bruises, and as a vulnerary.
Parastrephia is a genus of South American plants in the aster tribe within the sunflower family.
The upper high sierra zone () has 14 plant communities. Some of the species are "Fabiana weberbauerii", "Balbisia-Verbena Diplostephium", "Cherodesma" and tola ("Parastrephia lepidophyllum") ) ) pampa, "stipa ichu", quenua ("Polylepis besseri"), and in the High Sierra – Bofedales ("Distchia moor").
In the puna rim (elevation ), the plant species are in the pampa dryland consisting of pampa and bunch grasses, and wetlands of bofedal and puna desert which is barren land. In the puna rim area, 32 species have been recorded in the dry and wetland areas. The dryland species are bunch grass species of Calamagrostits amonea, Calamagrostits bereifolia, stipa ichu, and shrub species of "Parastrephia lepidopyhylum", "Parastrephia lucida", "Baccharis macrophylla", "Chersodoma iodopappa", cactus ("Opuntia atacamenis") at high altitudes, two woody plants of "Azorella compacta" (yareta), "Polylepis besseri". The wetland species are mats of "Distichia muscoides", "Oxychloe andinum" (khuli) over which the grasses that flourish are "Calamagrostis crysantha" and "Calamagrostis rigescens".
The flora is characterized by the presence of "bofedales", a kind of high altitude wetland, as well as yellow straw, broom sedge, tola de agua and tola amaia (two species of "parastrephia lepidophylla"), and coirón ("Festuca gracillima"), which can be observed on flat and hilly terrain and on the slopes of volcanoes and hills
Flora consists typically of open meadows with rocks, bunchgrass, herbs, moss, and lichen. Grasses are represented by the genera "Calamagrostis", "Agrostis", and "Festuca". "Parastrephia lepidophylla" and "Margyricarpus" are small bush species found here. "Azorella compacta" and "Puya raimondi" are shared with the wet puna. "Polylepis", "Buddleja", and "Escallonia" are trees found at lower elevations.
The flora found here is similar to that found in the Tara and Aguas Calientes areas, characterized by "bofedales", yellow straw, broom sedge, tola de agua and tola amaia (two species of "parastrephia lepidophylla"), and coirón ("Festuca gracillima"), which can be observed on flat and hilly terrain. The fauna includes vizcachas, chululos, Andean foxes, cuyos, Andean flamingos, Chilean flamingos, ñandúes, Andean condors and eagles, among others.
The pleasant bolo mouse is found in the Andean Plateau of west-central South America, in western Bolivia and southeastern Peru. It is present in the altiplano grasslands at altitudes between about . It is also reported from the eastern side of the Andes on slopes in Salta Province, Argentina. It can be found near rocky outcrops and in sparsely-grassed area with scattered rocks, particularly in areas where the Peruvian feathergrass ("Jarava ichu") and "Parastrephia lepidophylla" predominate. It is also found in "Polylepis" woodland and cultivated areas in Bolivia and seems tolerant of disturbance to its habitat.
Parastrephia lepidophylla, commonly known as tola or tola tola, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family. It is native to South America and has been recorded from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru where it is characteristic of the puna grassland ecoregion. It is a resinous shrub, growing up to 2 m in height, that is typically found in semi-arid central Andean dry, or tola heath, puna habitats, at altitudes of 3500–5000 m above sea level, and in the undergrowth of central Andean "Polylepis" forest.
Vegetation is scarce in the arid climate. Vegetation at Llullaillaco begins at altitude with "Acantholippia punensis", "Atriplex imbricata", and "Cristaria andicola". They are joined at altitude by "Stipa frigida" which can be found up to of altitude. The maximum vegetation density is found around with 12% of the surface and decreases thereafter, probably due to the low temperatures. At this altitude, "Adesmia spinosissima", "Fabiana bryoides", "Mulinum crassifolium", and "Parastrephia quadrangularis" are found in addition to the previously mentioned plants. Weakly developed bacterial communities have been found in the soils at Llullaillaco; some may depend on volcanic carbon monoxide.
The reserve in the Andean has vegetation consisting of tropical alpine herbs with dwarf shrubs of the forests of "Polylepis". Plant and tree species are reportedly about 190 species, in the harsh terrain, which have emerged given the conditions of salinity, lack of fresh water, low temperatures, and scarcity of nutrients. Flora restricted to this and other ecoregions include the genera "Barneoudia", "Hexaptera", "Nototriche", "Pycnophyllum" and "Werneria". The vegetation is characterized by the strong presence of pasture grass (straw) such as Peruvian feather grass ("Stipa ichu") in some plains and hillsides. The important plant species on which people are dependent for fuel wood in the area is yareta, which grows in the forest of the reserve at per year amidst rocky terrain. This hardwood tree, which looks like a foamy bubble bath but is as hard as stone, grows slowly, attaining a height of about in height with girth of and can be as old as 3000 years. In places with higher humidity, Tola or Thola ("Parastrephia lepidophylla"), Quinoa and Kenua bush tree are found. The villagers use vegetation as fuel for heating and cooking.