Synonyms for ramosissima or Related words with ramosissima

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Examples of "ramosissima"
"C. ramosissima" produces stenophyllanin A, an ellagitannin.
The larvae feed on "Phacelia ramosissima" var. "suffrutescens".
Niebla ramosissima is a rare fruticose lichen that grows on soil on San Nicolas Island in the Channel Islands of California. The epithet, "ramosissima", is in reference to the very much branched thallus.
Myosotis ramosissima or Early Forget-me-not is a flowering plant species in the family Boraginaceae.
World Botanical Associates, "Niebla halei", retrieved 22 Dec 2014,
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Tigrovaya balka", "Tamarix ramosissima" and "Tamarix hispida".
The larvae feed on "Tamarix nilotica", "Tamarix gallica" and "Tamarix ramosissima".
The larvae forms galls on the branches of "Tamarix" species, including "Tamarix ramosissima" and "Tamarix araratica".
Associated species include "Eucalyptus amygdalina", "Eucalyptus ovata", "Euryomyrtus ramosissima", "Epacris virgata" and "Hibbertia riparia".
This tamarisk can hybridize with "Tamarix parviflora". "T. ramosissima" may be treated in synonymy or as a separate species.
The larvae feed on "Phacelia ramosissima" and possibly "Lappula floribunda". Subspecies "icariella" probably feeds on "Phacelia frigida".
Stenophyllanin A is an ellagitannin. It can be found in "Cowania mexicana", "Coleogyne ramosissima" and "Quercus stenophylla".
Cylindropuntia ramosissima is a species of cactus known by the common names diamond cholla and branched pencil cholla.
There is only one species of "Thorea" in the British Isles: "Thorea hispida" (Thore) Desvaux (Synonyms: "Thorea anadina" Lagerheim et K.Mobius, "T. lehmannii" Horneman and "T. ramosissima" Bory).
"Cylindropuntia ramosissima" is native to the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts of the Southwestern United States, California, and Northwestern Mexico, and to Baja California and its Islas San Benito.
Utricularia ramosissima is a small- to medium-sized carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus "Utricularia". It is known only from Ubon Ratchathani Province in northeastern Thailand.
The "World Checklist of Selected Plant Families" currently recognizes three subspecies, "A. dichotoma" subsp. "dichotoma", "A. dichotoma" subsp. "pillansii" and "A. dichotoma" subsp. "ramosissima".
Austrostipa ramosissima, the Stout Bamboo Grass grows in moist areas in eastern Australia. It is often found in well drained habitats in eucalyptus woodlands or forests.
Tamarix ramosissima, commonly known as saltcedar or salt cedar, is a deciduous arching shrub with reddish stems, feathery, pale green foliage, and characteristic small pink flowers.
"Austrostipa ramosissima" is cultivated as an ornamental grass by plant nurseries, for use in gardens and drought tolerant landscaping. It is planted in the ground and in pots.