Synonyms for pumilum or Related words with pumilum
Examples of "pumilum"
, the slender bedstraw, is a plant species of the genus "Galium".
is a species of orchid found from Brazil to northeastern Argentina.
(`poo`mill`um) for its small size, compared to other lilies
is a species of orchid endemic to southwestern Cape Province.
Microsphinx is a genus of moths in the Sphingidae family, consisting of one species, Microsphinx
, which is known from South Africa.
is an Asian species of bulbous plants native to Mongolia, Siberia, the Russian Far East (Amur Krai, Primorye, Khabarovsk), Korea and northern China.
" var. "hillii is a type of thistle endemic to North America. The common name for this plant is Hill’s thistle.
is a Gram-positive and non-motile bacterium from the genus of Microbacterium which has been isolated from soil from Japan.
is a cactus species native to Mexico and Guatemala. The species is commonly grown as an ornamental for its beautiful, fragrant flowers in the summer.
, common name dwarf awlsnail, is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae.
, also known as Feldmark Grass, is a species of grass in the Poaceae family. It is found in Australia and New Zealand.
The Cape dwarf chameleon ("Bradypodion
") is a chameleon native to the South African province of the Western Cape, where it is restricted to the region around Cape Town.
The larvae feed on "Cerastium
" and possibly "Cerastium semidecandrum". They feed on the seed-capsules, living between seeds spun together with silk. Larvae can be found in early June.
Material of this species was described by George E. Davenport in 1894 as a deeply cut variety of "A.
", var. "laciniatum", based on material collected in Jalisco by Pringle. It was described as a species by Alan R. Smith in 2004 based on material from Nayarit. He gave it the epithet "arcanum" in reference to the unclear and mysterious relationship between this species and other spleenworts; it is roughly intermediate in form between "A. tenerrimum" and "A.
", but has well-formed spores, so it is not a first-generation hybrid.
Specimens have in the past been identified as, or thought similar to, "A. fragrans", "A. minimum", "A.
", and "A. tenerrimum". It differs from "A. fragrans" by the dark purple (rather than green) color at the base of its stipe, from "A.
" by the lack of long whitish hairs both above and below the leaf, from "A. tenerrimum" by the enlargement of the side of the lowest pinna towards the leaf base, and from "A. minimum" by the deeply cut and toothed pinnae and pinnules (rather than rounded and lobed).
" is a biennial or perennial herb up to 100 cm (40 inches) tall, blooming once before dying. It has leaf blades up to 30 cm (12 inches) long, with slender to stout spines. There are usually a few flower heads, sweetly scented, with pink, purple or white disc florets but no ray florets.
"Cochlearia danica", "Anthyllis coccinea", "Ophris insactifera", "Cardamine hirsuta", "Draba muralis", "Hornungia petraea", "Salix repens", "Dactylorhiza cruenta", "Herminium monorchis", "Liparis loeselii", "Malus sylvestris", "Dactylorhiza incarnata", "Epipactis atrorubens", "Gymnadenia conopsea", "Epipactis palustris", "Listera ovata", "Orchis militaris", "Platanthera bifolia", "Cerastium
", "Sagina maritima", "Oxytropis pilosa", "Polygonum oxyspermum".
Galium" × "centroniae, common name hybrid bedstraw, is a species of the family Rubiaceae. It is apparently of hybrid origin though established in the wild, a cross between "G.
" × "G. rubrum". It is native to mountainous regions of France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, and Italy (Valle d'Aosta, Lombardia, Trentino-Alto Adige, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Emilia-Romagna, Toscana).
" has only been collected 6 times, all of which were made on the island of Borneo in the Malay Archipelago. One collection was made in the Temburong district of Brunei, one was made in the Kapit Division in eastern Malaysia's state of Sarawak, while the remaining 4 have their origins in Kalimantan in Indonesia.
Common sneezeweed is cultivated as a garden perennial. There are multiple named varieties varying in color and height. '
Magnificum' is a yellow variety about two feet tall. 'Bruno', a reddish-brown cultivar, 'Kupfersprudel', which is yellow/orange, and 'Butterpat', which is golden, all grow tall. 'Chippersfield Orange' is up to 4 feet tall and is orange streaked with gold.
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