Synonyms for praetermissa or Related words with praetermissa
Examples of "praetermissa"
is a tree that is native along the south coast of Western Australia.
is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in India and China.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turritellidae.
Hybrids have been reported between "D. incarnata" and "D. maculata", "D.
", "D." "purpurella" and "D. kerryensis".
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turridae, the turrids.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Littorinidae, the winkles or periwinkles.
(also called Wild Sour Sop) is a species of plant in the Annonaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Closely related species include "Pinus greggii", "P. jaliscana", "P. oocarpa", "P.
", "P. pringlei", and "P. tecunumanii", all of which also are native to Mexico.
is a species of plant in the family Aquifoliaceae. It is endemic to Klang Gates Quartz Ridge, Malaysia. It is threatened by habitat loss.
" is an annual, trailing herb up to 55 cm (22 inches) tall. Leaves are ovate or lancolate, up to 6.5 cm (2.6 inches) long.
According to Hinton, "Parietaria
" was for many years erroneous called "Parietaria floridana". However, when Hinton examined the type specimen of "P. floridana", he discovered that it was a different species, the only that had been called "Parietaria nummularia". Under the rules of botanical nomenclature, this meant that "P. nummularia" needed to be renamed "P. floridana", and the species that had long been called "P. floridana" was in fact an undescribed species, one which Hinton described as "P.
is a medium-sized epiphyte or terrestrial carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus "Utricularia". "U.
" is endemic to Central America, where it is found in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama. It was originally published and described by Peter Taylor in 1977. It grows on wet trees and banks in cloud forests at altitudes from to . It flowers between July and October.
Olearia elliptica" subsp. "
is a flowering plant in the daisy family. The subspecific epithet means "overlooked", referring to the fact that this distinctive endemic subspecies was long overlooked.
, commonly known as McVaugh's pine, is a species of conifer in the Pinaceae family. Originally classified as a "microphylla" variant of "Pinus oocarpa" in 1909, it was promoted to specific status in 1990 after further study.
, the southern marsh orchid or leopard marsh orchid, is a commonly occurring species of European orchid. It is native to northern and central Europe (Britain, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France and the Baltic Republics). It is also reportedly naturalized in Italy and in parts of Canada (Ontario and Newfoundland).
Olearia elliptica, commonly known as the sticky daisy bush, is a shrub in the Asteraceae family native to New South Wales and Queensland in eastern Australia. It was named by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle in 1836. The subspecies "
" is endemic to Lord Howe Island.
Blue and white flowers of Sheep's bit ("Jasione montana") and pink and flowers of Sea Bindweed ("Calystegia soldanella") lend colour to Studland dunes in June. Both Heath Spotted Orchid ("Dactylorhiza maculata") and Southern Marsh Orchid ("Dactylorhiza
") are frequent on Corfe Common that month, and Harebells ("Campanula rotundifolia") and Purple Betony ("Stachys officinalis") flowers add colour to the Common in July.
Fauna found in and around the Broad includes the white water-lily "Nymphaea alba", common reed "Phragmites australis" and the rarer tussock-sedge "Carex appropinquata" as well as species such as marsh arrowgrass "Triglochin palustris" and southern marsh-orchid "Dactylorhiza
". It is surrounded by an area of mature Alder carr woodland with species such as Ash and Oak.
, the clustered pellitory, is a plant species native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States, i.e., Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina. It grows in hammocks, waste places, calcareous outcrops, etc., at elevations of 10 m (33 feet).
The site has a species-rich flora; species which occur here but are localised or confined to specialised habitats in the Avon are Flea Sedge ("Carex pulicaris"), Saw-wort ("Serratula tinctoria"), Meadow Thistle ("Cirsium dissectum"), Marsh Valerian ("Valeriana dioica"), Dyer’s Greenweed ("Genista tinctoria"), Marsh Arrowgrass ("Triglochin palustris"), Southern Marsh-orchid ("Dactylorhiza
"), Fen Bedstraw ("Galium uliginosum"), Devil’s-bit Scabious ("Succisa pratensis") and Tawny Sedge ("Carex hostiana") and Tufted-sedge ("Carex elata").
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