Synonyms for pectis or Related words with pectis

cinchweed              perezia              cercidium              coronopifolia              cistanthe              hexandra              sonorae              corallorhiza              lepidota              tenuifolium              malacothrix              multiradiata              caracasana              russelia              breviflora              aristatum              leptostachya              cymosa              lappula              brevifolium              secamone              marsdenia              palicourea              anomalum              oblongifolia              laevigatum              adenostoma              hirtella              platycarpa              domingensis              chamaesyce              mucronata              lyonia              verbesina              drypetes              garrya              peduncularis              altamiranoa              oleoides              auriculata              verticillatum              homalothecium              sessiliflora              gutierrezia              prenanthes              vestita              auriculatum              wahlenbergia              ehretia              setigera             



Examples of "pectis"
"Pectis filipes" is the more southern species of "Pectis" found in the Gila National Forest.
Pectis tenuicaulis (island cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant and is a species of "Pectis".
Pectis carthusianorum (Caribbean cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant of the genus "Pectis," found in Puerto Rico.
Pectis cylindrica (Sonoran cinchweed) is an annual plant and species of Pectis. "Pectis cylindrica" is native to the southwestern United States (Arizona, New Mexico and Texas) and in northwestern Mexico (Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León, Sinaloa, Sonora).
Pectis rusbyi (Rusby's cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant and a genus of pectis. Its floral region is Arizona.
Pectis glaucescens (Sanddune cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant of the genus pectis, or cinchweed. it is native to Florida, Hispaniola, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Pectis linearis (West Indian cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant in the genus "Pectis". Its floral region is generally Puerto Rico and The Virgin Islands.
Pectis filipes (fivebract cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant of the genus "Pectis". It occurs in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and northern Mexico.
"Pectis cylindrica" is similar to "Pectis prostrata" and the two occasionally grow together. Some herbaria contain mixed collections of the two although no evidence is available of hybrids between them.
Pectis longipes (Longstalk cinchweed) is a summer blooming perennial plant and is a genus of pectis. Its floral region is in the US states of Arizona and New Mexico.
Pectis elongata (tropical cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant of the genus "Pectis," found in the West Indies as well as in South and Central America. Tropical cinchweed is burned as a mosquito repellent.
Pectis prostrata (spreading cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant of the genus pectis. The development of roads and highways has created ideal habitats for "pectis prostrata". Its range is expanding along the coasts of Florida, it was recently discovered in Louisiana. It is expected to spread along the Gulf Coast and also northward along the Atlantic Coast. Autogamy has assisted "Ppectis prostrata" to spread rapidly as suitable new habitats have become available.
Pectis is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1759.
Pectis linifolia (romero macho) is a summer blooming annual plant and genus of "Pectis". It is widespread throughout Mexico, Central America, South America and the West Indies. In the mainland United States, it has been reported only from Arizona and Florida.
Pectis humifusa (Yerba de San Juan cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant of the genus pectis. In the Lesser Antilles, it occurs most frequently in the salt spray zone near the seashore; on some islands, it occurs inland as well. Its floral region is Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands and Florida.
Pectis linearifolia (Florida cinchweed) is a summer blooming annual plant in the genus "Pectis." Although the plant exhibits the ecology of an introduced non-native plant, it is known with certainty only from south Florida, and must be regarded as native in view of current distribution data. It has also reputedly been found in Jamaica, but the Jamaican reports are evidently somewhat doubtful.
Pectis ciliaris (donkeyweed) is a species of cinchweed and is an annual plant. Its floral region is the Caribbean, mainly Puerto Rico.
He is the author or co-author of the botanical names of some 120 taxa, including "Berberis pimana, Hymenocallis clivorum, Hymenocallis pimana, Laennecia pimana, Pectis pimana, Prionosciadium saraviki", and "Yucca declinata".
"Pectis glaucescens" is a freely-branching annual weed with opposing leaves in narrow rows. Leaves contain rows of oil glands on the lower surface. It has long-stalked yellow flowers with two to five small-scale fruits.
Pollux ("Onomasticon" iv. chap. 8, § 59) calls the instrument barbiton or barymite (from βάρυς, heavy and μίτος, a string), an instrument producing very deep sounds which comes out of the soundbox. The strings were twice as long as those of the pectis and sounded an octave lower.