Synonyms for platycarpa or Related words with platycarpa

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Examples of "platycarpa"
Banksia platycarpa is a shrub endemic to Western Australia.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Tecoma" species (including "Tecoma stans"), "Fraxinus americana", "Fraxinus excelsior" and "Fraxinus platycarpa".
Saturn peaches, "Prunus persica" var. "platycarpa", (also known as Donut (Doughnut) peaches), are a variety of peach with white flesh and a flattish, round shape.
More shallow areas of the ponds contain mare's-tail ("Hippuris vulgaris") and lesser water-parsnip ("Berula erecta"), grey willow ("Salix cinerea"); various-leaved water-starwort ("Callitriche platycarpa"), brackish water-crowfoot ("Ranunculus baudotii") and stonewort ("Chara vuloaris").
Leobordea platycarpa is a common annual plant in the drier parts of the African continent found in open ground, roadsides, cultivated ground and other disturbed places or in short grassland on sand.
Shorea platycarpa (also called Light Red Meranti) is a species of plant in the Dipterocarpaceae family. It is found in Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Acacia platycarpa, commonly known as the pindan wattle or ghost wattle, is a species of plant in the legume family that is native to northern Australia from Western Australia through the Northern Territory to Queensland.
"B. nutans" was first collected from Lucky Bay on 1 January 1802 by Robert Brown (botanist, born 1773). Brown labelled this specimen "Banksia nutans", and later collected another specimens of the same species that he labelled "Banksia platycarpa".
Typical species of trees and tall shrubs in pindan vegetation are the wattles "Acacia eriopoda", "A. tumida", "A. monticola", "A. platycarpa", "A. colei", and "A. adoxa", and the eucalypts "Corymbia greeniana", "C. flavescens" and "C. zygophylla". Other plants include "Grevillea wickhamii" and "G. refracta", "Gyrocarpus americanus", "Terminalia petiolaris", "Lysiphyllum cunninghamii", "Ventilago viminalis", "Premna acuminata", "Hakea microcarpa", "Persoonia falcata", "Atalaya hemiglauca", "Gardenia pyriformis", "Pavetta kimberleyana", "Carissa lanceolata", "Dodonaea hispidula", "Ehretia saligna" and "Santalum lanceolatum".
Cleome platycarpa is a species of flowering plant in the cleome family known by the common names golden bee plant and golden spiderflower. It is native to the western United States from northeastern California to Idaho, including the Modoc Plateau, where it grows on clay and volcanic soils in the sagebrush. It is an annual herb branching at the base into several erect stems up to about 60 centimeters tall. The stems are green tinted with purple, coated densely in glandular hairs, and lined with many leaves. Each leaf is divided into three small leaflets. The top of each stem is occupied by a raceme of many flowers. Each flower has generally four yellow sepals and four yellow petals around a center of many yellow stamens. The fruit is a flat, hairy capsule up to 2.5 centimeters long which hangs on the long, remaining flower receptacle.
Pectocarya platycarpa is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common names broadfruit combseed and wide-toothed pectocarya. It is native to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, where it grows in many types of coastal and inland habitat, from mountains to desert. This is an annual herb producing a slender, rough-haired stem, generally upright to erect in form to a maximum height of 25 centimeters. The small, pointed linear leaves are alternately arranged, widely spaced along the stem. The inflorescence is a series of flowers, each on a curved pedicel. The flower has small green sepals and a tiny white corolla. The fruit is an array of four flattened, slightly curving nutlets lined with thin teeth.
The park supports two threatened ecological communities listed as endangered under the NSW TSC Act. They are artesian mound springs and nelia ("Acacia loderi") woodland. Artesian mound springs are also listed as threatened under the Commonwealth Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Act (EPBC Act). The park supports one nationally threatened plant species salt pipewort ("Eriocaulun carsonii"), which is listed as endangered under the EPBC Act, and four plant species ("Nitella partita", "Dysphania platycarpa", "Eriocaulon carsonii", "Dentella minutissima") that are listed as endangered under the NSW TSC Act. The salt pipewort is considered to be one of the rarest vascular plant species in NSW with the only population in NSW occurring in the Lake Peery mound springs.