Synonyms for quadriradiata or Related words with quadriradiata

mussaenda              cymosa              sessiliflora              picris              pilea              campanulata              frankenia              peduncularis              pottsia              breviflora              pachystigma              uniflora              deflexa              guatemalense              trilobata              pergularia              rzedowskii              corymbosa              purpusii              killipii              longibracteata              grisebachii              dyschoriste              filipes              saxatile              tonduzii              sphagneticola              marsdenia              papposa              latifolius              rotundifolius              laxiflora              aristatum              lepidota              calcarata              lyonia              mcvaughii              randia              huillensis              glaziovii              triflora              calycina              chamaesyce              prenanthes              flexuosum              pectis              speciosum              papuanum              hilariana              auriculatum             



Examples of "quadriradiata"
Gastrocymba quadriradiata is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found only around New Zealand's sub-Antarctic islands.
Ernstia quadriradiata is a species of calcareous sponge in the genus "Ernstia" from Brazil.
Diodora quadriradiata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Fissurellidae, the keyhole limpets.
"Galinsoga quadriradiata" is an annual herb which varies in appearance. The main stem reaches anywhere from 10 to 60 centimeters (4-24 inches) in height and may branch or not. The petioled leaves are ovate and serrated are opposite branching, and covered coarse, hispid hairs. The roots form a fibrous root system.
Galinsoga quadriradiata is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family which is known by several common names, including shaggy soldier, Peruvian daisy, hairy galinsoga, and fringed quickweed. Its native home is apparently central Mexico, although it has become naturalized in many other places (North and South America, Europe, Japan, Philippines, the northern India, Nepal, etc.). Hairy galinsoga is considered a weed throughout its native and introduced range.
"G. quadriradiata" and its cousin "G. parfivolia" are both edible and can be used as a pot herb or in salads although outside of their native range, they have not been widely adopted as a culinary item other than in China. "G. parfivolia" is preferred as a salad green due to its non-hairy leaves. Care must be taken to not confuse them with the unrelated, but visually similar "Tridax procumbens" which is poisonous.