Synonyms for pseuderanthemum or Related words with pseuderanthemum

glabrescens              alseodaphne              seseli              subsessilis              randia              marcgravia              chaerophyllum              kickxia              sessiliflora              corymbosa              onosma              freziera              pedicellata              chamaesyce              auriculata              longiflora              parvifolium              campanulata              campylotropis              micrantha              rotundifolium              spathulata              insulare              floribundum              sericea              lepidota              davallia              perezia              ramosissima              sessilifolia              tylophora              triflora              weinmannia              lappula              speciosum              umbrosum              pteronia              thyrsiflora              parinari              monanthotaxis              radlk              paniculatum              squarrosa              lonchocarpus              tectaria              palicourea              ligularia              saprosma              connata              setigera             



Examples of "pseuderanthemum"
Pseuderanthemum reticulatum, common names Yellow-Vein Eranthemum and Golden Pseuderanthemum , is a species of evergreen shrub in the Acanthaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Strobilanthes callosus" and "Pseuderanthemum malabaricum".
Pseuderanthemum is a genus of plant in family Acanthaceae.
Pseuderanthemum laxiflorum is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Pseuderanthemum tunicatum", "Rhopalopilia marquesii" and "Rhopalopilia pallens".
The larvae feed on "Asystasia", "Graptophyllum", "Pseuderanthemum", "Oreocnide" and "Pipturus" species (including "Pipturus argenteus").
The larvae feed on "Pseuderanthemum variabile", "Asystasia gangetica" and "Graptophyllum pictum".
Pseuderanthemum tuberculatum is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family, native to Polynesia.
Pseuderanthemum carruthersii, the Carruthers' falseface, is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family. It is endemic to Asia.
Other hosts include "Elatostema cuneatum", "Fleurya interrupta", "Pseuderanthemum variabile", and "Synedrella nodiflora". They are also known to feed on "Urtica dioica" and "Malva" species.
Pseuderanthemum dispersum is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family. It is found in Cameroon and Nigeria. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Pseuderanthemum hookerianum is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Pseuderanthemum subauriculatum is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Pseuderanthemum variabile is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae family. Its natural habitat is the floor of rainforest or wet eucalyptus forest of northern and eastern Australia, north of Bega, New South Wales. Common names include night and afternoon, pastel flower and love flower.
The larvae feed on "Strobilanthes" and "Pseuderanthemum" species. Adult "Kallima paralekta" rarely feed on flower nectar. They are more commonly seen feeding on rotten fruit. The adults usually use the same perch while waiting for potential mates, flying off briefly and returning to the same spot.
Larval host plants are recorded from the families Acanthaceae, Annonaceae, Convolvulaceae, Labiatae, Plantaginaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Verbenaceae, Violaceae and specific plants are "Angelonia salicariifolia", "Annona senegalensis", "Antirrhinum majus", "Asystasia gangetica", "Asystasia scandens", "Buchnera linearis", "Englerastrum scandens", "Hygrophila salicifolia", "Hygrophila senegalensis", "Ipomoea batatas", "Justicia micrantha", "Justicia procumbens", "Lepidagathis formosensis", "Lepidagathis prostrata", "Misopates orontium", "Phyla nodiflora", "Plantago amplexicaulis", "Plectranthus scandens", "Pseuderanthemum variabile", "Striga asiatica", "Striga hermonthica", "Thunbergia alata", "Viola odorata"
The larvae are black, with two rows of dorsal white spots. Head with a pair of branched spines; rest of the segments with a dorsal and a lateral row of blue branched spines on each side. They feed on "Artocarpus", "Pseuderanthemum", "Calycanthus", "Ruellia", "Girardina", "Strobilanthus" and "Graptophyllum". The pupae are yellowish with numerous black spots; constricted in the middle; head produced into two points. There are several subspecies under "Doleschallia bisaltide":
"Adenium obesum", "Aechmea" 'Blue Tango', "Aechmea leuddemanniana" 'Mend', "Aechmea pineliana" var. "minuta", "Aechmea" 'Li'l Harvey', "Aleurites moluccana", "Alpina purpurata" 'Eileen McDonald', "Alpinia calcarata", "Alpinia zerumbet", "Ananas comosus", "Annona glabra", "Annona muricata", "Anthurium" 'White Gemini', "Ardisia crenata", "Ardisia escallononioides", "Aristolochia gigantea", "Aristolochia grandiflora", "Asclepias" species, "Bambusa chungii", "Barleria micans", "Bauhinia punctata", "Bauhinia" species, "Begonia" 'Beefsteak', "Belamcanda chinensis", "Billbergia" species, "Bixa orellana", "Bromelia pinguin", "Brugmansia" species, "Brunfelsia jamaicensis", "Caladium" 'Aaron', "Caladium" 'Florida Starburst', "Caladium" 'Florida Sweet Heart', "Caladium" 'Freda Hemple', "Caladium" 'Ginger Land', "Caladium" 'June Bride', "Caladium" 'White Queen', "Caldium" 'Scarlet Pimpernel', "Calliandra haematocephala", "Callicarpa americana", "Callicarpa americana alba", "Canna" species, "Carica papaya", "Chamaedorea tepejilote", "Citharexylum spinosum", "Clerodendron fairchildianum" 'Musical Note', "Clerodendron speciosissimum", "Clerodendrum bungii", "Clerodendrum quadriloculare", "Clerodendrum thomsoniae", "Clerodendrum ugandense", "Clivia" species, "Congea tomentosa", "Cordia lutea", "Cordia boissieri", "Costus barbatus", "Crinum americanum", "Crinum asiaticum", "Crinum" species (dwarf), "Curculigo capitulate", "Curcuma" species, "Delonix regia", "Dendrobium × hybrid", "Dichromena" species, "Dombeya wallichii", "Dracaena fragrans", "Epidendrum" 'Kauai Sunrise', "Eucalyptus deglupta", "Ficus benghalensis", "Ficus natalensis leprieurii", "Gigantochloa pseudoarundidacea", "Glandularia tampensis", "Grewia caffra", "Habranthus brachyandrus", "Hamelia cuprea", "Hamelia macrantha", "Hamelia patens", "Hedychium gardnerianum", "Heliconia rostrata", "Hibiscus coccineus", "Hibiscus rosa-sinensis", "Hoya carnosa", "Ipomoea carnea", "Jacquemontia penthantha", "Jatropha podagrica", "Justicia" species, "Kaempferi pulchara", "Laelia pacavia", "Lagerstroemia speciosa", "Lantana trifolia", "Lonicera sempervirens", "Megaskepas erythrochlamys", "Mussaenda" 'Dona Aurora', "Myrsine guianensis", "Nelumbo" 'Mrs. Perry Slocum', "Nelumbo" species, "Nymphaea" species, "Odentatum stricta", "Oxalis" 'Montana', "Passiflora citrine", "Passiflora hahnii", "Passiflora" species, "Passiflora × violacea", "Pentas lanceolata", "Petrea volubilis", "Phoenix hybrid", "Plumbago scandens", "Plumeria" species, "Podranea ricasoliana", "Pseuderanthemum alatum", "Pseudobombax ellipticum", "Rondeletia leucophylla", "Ruellia brittoniana", "Russelia equisetiformis", "Russelia sarmentosa", "Sagittaria lancifolia", "Stachytarpheta urticifolia", "Vachellia farnesiana", and "Victoria cruziana".