Synonyms for populnea or Related words with populnea

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Examples of "populnea"
The larvae possibly feed on "Eucalyptus populnea" and "Eucalyptus camaldulensis".
Thespesia populnea wood was used to make food bowls.
The larvae have been recorded on "Hibiscus tiliaceus" and "Thespecia populnea".
Saperda populnea is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Linnaeus in 1758.
Stigmella populnea is a moth of the Nepticulidae family. It is only known from Hokkaido in Japan.
Exbucklandias are evergreen trees. "Exbucklandia populnea" and "Exbucklandia tonkinensis" are usually 16 to 20 meters in height, occasionally reaching 30 meters. The largest known individual of "Exbucklandia populnea" grew to 45 meters in the Darjeeling Hills of India. The usual height of "Exbucklandia longipetala" is not known. The twigs have conspicuous nodes.
Hoheria populnea, commonly known as New Zealand mallow, lacebark or houhere, is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae, endemic to New Zealand.
The broadleaf forests lie between 1830 and 2100 meters elevation. Characteristic trees include "Alnus nepalensis, Betula cylindrostachya, Castanopsis" spp., "Schima" spp., "Callophylus" spp., "Michelia" spp., and "Bucklandia populnea."
The larvae live in a flattened silk case between tied dead leaves. They feed on dead leaves of "Eucalyptus bicostata", "Eucalyptus populnea", "Eucalyptus melliodora" and other "Eucalyptus" species.
"Casuarina equisetifolia", "Pongamia gladra", "Calotropis gigantea", "Cassia auriculata", "Thespesia populnea", "Ipomaea biloba", "Spinifex squarrosus", "Spinifex littoreus", "Pongamia pinnate", "Prosopis juliflora", banyan, peepul, margosa, tumma, mango, palmyra.
Peristoreus stramineus is a species of true weevil. It is endemic to New Zealand. The larvae develop in flower buds of "Hoheria populnea".
Many hybrids of the species are known in nature. Hybrids are recorded from Queensland between "E. populnea" and "E. crebra", "E. melanophloia" and "E. largiflorens". It is here in the north of its range that it intergrades with the closely related "E. brownii" which is very similar in appearance with more lanceolate leaves. Within New South Wales hybrids between "E. coolabah" and "E. populnea" are recorded.
Only three species names have ever been published in "Exbucklandia". These are "Exbucklandia populnea", "Exbucklandia tonkinensis", and "Exbucklandia longipetala". The specific epithets refer to poplars, Tonkin, and long petals.
Further field work will be needed to determine whether these are three distinct entities and whether the specimens assigned to "Exbucklandia populnea" represent a single species or two. Consequently, estimates of the number of species range from two to four.
Lawrie Johnson and Kenneth Hill in 1990 published "New taxa and combinations in Eucalyptus and Angophora (Myrtaceae)" in "Telopea 4(1)", where they described and named the subspecies "E. populnea" subsp. "bimbil".
Local tradition has it that the rongorongo tablets of Easter Island are made of toromiro. However, all tablets of native wood tested by modern methods have turned out to be "Thespesia populnea", known as "miro" in some Polynesian languages.
Okoho is the main traditional food peculiar to the Idoma people of Benue State, Central Nigeria. It is made from the plant "Cissus populnea" belonging to the family Amplidaceae (Vitaceae).
The species was first formally described by botanist Ferdinand von Mueller in "Monograph in the Eucalypti of tropical Australia" in 1858. The specific epithet "populnea" is the latin adjective in reference to the poplar-like foliage.
"Hoheria populnea" is found from the coast to lowland forests, and has a natural distribution from the North Cape of the North Island, south to the central North Island.
Series "Populneae" is a series within the genus "Crataegus" that contains at least eight species of hawthorn trees and shrubs, native to Eastern North America. Only one species, "C. populnea" is widespread.