Synonyms for pauciflora or Related words with pauciflora
Examples of "pauciflora"
The larvae feed on "Eucalyptus
", subspecies "
" and "niphophila". They bore in trees and saplings.
The larva feeds on the "Corydalis" species "C. gigantea", "C.
", "C. arctica", "C. paeoniiholia", "C. gorodkovi" and "C.
" was originally known as "Metrosideros
", having been formally described in 1837 by the Austrian botanist, Stephan Endlicher. The first species to be given the name "Eremaea" was "Eremaea fimbriata", described in 1839 by John Lindley who noted ""E. pilosa" is probably the plant named "Metrosideros
" by Endlicher." "Eremaea
" was formally described in 1917 by George Claridge Druce.
is a plant species native to Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana. "Croomia
" is generally found in rich loams in forests.
The larvae possibly feed on "Eucalyptus
" (yerba maricao de cueva)
The Latin specific epithet "
" means "with few flowers".
Companion species include "Eucalyptus
", "Eucalyptus melliodora" and "Eucalyptus rubida".
is a species in the genus "Neoregelia". This species is endemic to Brazil.
is a species in the genus "Vriesea". This species is endemic to Brazil.
" is a bulb-forming perennial up to 30 cm tall. Flowers yellowish-green.
Balaka longirostris - Balaka macrocarpa - Balaka microcarpa - Balaka
- Balaka seemannii - Balaka streptostachys
is a species of flowering plant in the Hypericaceae family.
is a species of flowering plant in the Sarcolaenaceae family.
There is only one known species, "Fenixia
", endemic to the Philippines.
" is a host and food plant for the rare forest ringlet butterfly.
, the deceptive stylewort, is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the genus "Levenhookia" (family Stylidiaceae). It is an ephemeral annual that grows from tall with ovate to suborbicular leaves. Flowers are white and bloom from September to November in its native range. "L.
" is endemic to Western Australia where it grows in sandy soils in sandstone or granitic areas. The flowers of "L.
" resemble those of "Stylidium ecorne" and it has been said that "S. ecorne" mimics "L.
" to take advantage of its pollinators.
is a species of plant in the Dipterocarpaceae family.
, the Guabita De Río, is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
is a plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae and is endemic to Western Australia.
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