Synonyms for quercifolia or Related words with quercifolia

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Examples of "quercifolia"
"D. quercifolia" is native to India, Southeast Asia, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, New Guinea, and Australia.
Fresh or dry, the blossoms of "Hydrangea quercifolia" are attractive as cut flowers.
Thomasia quercifolia, the oak-leaf thomasia, is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.
Grevillea quercifolia, commonly known as the oak-leaf grevillea, is a shrub native to the southwest of Western Australia.
It was known as Dryandra quercifolia until 2007, when all "Dryandra" species were transferred to "Banksia" by Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele. As there was already a plant named "Banksia quercifolia" (Oak-leaved Banksia), Mast and Thiele had to choose a new specific epithet; their choice, "heliantha" is from the Greek "helios" ("sun") and "anthos" ("flower"), in reference to the large, bright yellow inflorescences.
Vasconcellea quercifolia (commonly known as the oak leaf papaya) is a species of Vasconcellea found in Bolivia and Ecuador. The plant has a chromosome count of 2n = 18.
In 2011, Philippine researchers reported that by hybridizing papaya with "Vasconcellea quercifolia", they had developed conventionally bred, nongenetically engineered papaya resistant to PRV.
Gastropacha quercifolia, the lappet, is a moth of the family Lasiocampidae. It is found in Europe and Northern and Eastern Asia.
Macaduma quercifolia is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It was described by Rothschild in 1912. It is found in New Guinea.
Cyanea quercifolia, known as oakleaf cyanea, was a species of plant native to the Hawaiian island of Maui. The plant is now extinct as of February 1990.
American botanist John Bartram described "Hydrangea quercifolia". Its species name is derived from the Latin words "quercus" "oak", and "folium" "leaf".
The species was first described in 1818 by Alexander von Humboldt. Its leaves resemble oak leaves, hence the name "quercifolia". It grows in Mexico and the Southwestern United States, where it is a ground cover or an upright bush up to 3 ft. tall. It produces green colored fruit with long sharp spikes or spines. The unremarkable light blue funnel-shaped flowers are less than 2 in. long. Except for its unusual leaves, "Datura quercifolia" does not have much ornamental value
The Oak-leaved Banksia ("Banksia quercifolia") is a species of shrub in the plant genus "Banksia". It occurs on the south coast of Western Australia from D'Entrecasteaux National Park in the west to Mount Manypeaks in the east.
Species of "Drynaria" commonly used in traditional medicine like "D. roosii" and "D. quercifolia" are in danger of being overexploited. None of the species are currently cultivated for the alternative medicine industry.
The river then flows through a large area of tall karri forests. The understorey includes karri sheoak ("Allocasuarina decussata"), oakleaf thomasia ("Thomasia quercifolia") and Western Australian peppermint ("Agonis flexuosa").
Chorilaena quercifolia, commonly known as karri oak, is a shrub that is endemic to the karri forests of south-west Western Australia. It is the sole species in the genus Chorilaena.
In addition, "B. sphaerocarpa" var. "glabrescens" was redescribed as "B. incana", and "B. quercifolia" var. "integrifolia" was redescribed as "B. oreophila". "B. collina" was demoted to "B. spinulosa" var. "collina", and "B. cunninghamii" was demoted to "B. spinulosa" var. "cunninghamii".
Datura quercifolia, commonly known as the oak-leaf thorn-apple or the Chinese thorn-apple, is a small shrub in the genus "Datura". It can grow within dry or moist soils and requires large amount of sunlight to grow.
"Drynaria quercifolia", commonly known as the oakleaf fern, is a species of basket fern in the family Polypodiaceae. Other common names for the fern are "pakpak lawin", "gurar", "koi hin", "ashvakatri", or "uphatkarul".
Hydrangea quercifolia, commonly known by its translation oakleaf hydrangea or oak-leaved hydrangea, is a species of flowering plant native to the Southeastern United States, in woodland habitats from North Carolina west to Tennessee, and south to Florida and Louisiana. A deciduous shrub with white showy flower heads, it is a commonly grown garden plant. Numerous cultivars are available commercially.