Synonyms for randia or Related words with randia

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Examples of "randia"
The larvae feed on various Rubiaceae species, including "Randia rhagocarpa", "Randia monantha", "Randia aculeata", "Guettarda macrosperma" and "Genipa americana". Pupation takes place in shallow underground chambers.
The larvae feed on "Casasia clusiifolia", "Cephalanthus occidentalis", "Randia mitis", "Randia monantha", "Randia aculeata", "Albizzia adinocephala" and "Randia grandifolia". There are at least two color morphs, a green and a reddish-brown form. Pupation takes place in loose cocoons in shallow underground chambers. The pupae are dark, smooth and shiny.
In addition to those species now in "Gardenia", "Hyperacanthus" and "Randia", former members of "Genipa" are:
The larvae feed on "Oxyanthus monteiroi", "Oxyanthus speciosus" and "Randia axillare".
Larvae have been recorded on "Erythrina", "Pterocarpus", "Senna", "Pterocarpus", "Randia", "Psychotria", "Tarenna" and "Phyllanthus".
Carl Linnaeus retained the name "Randia", applied by Houston to commemorate Isaac Rand.
Randia carlosiana is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
The larvae feed on "Randia rudis". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
The Rand's warbler ("Randia pseudozosterops") is a species in the Bernieridae family. It is found only in Madagascar.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Randia dumetorum" in India and "Gardenia jasminoides" in Laos and Thailand.
A number of plant species have been named after him, including "Eurya eymae", "Nepenthes eymae", and "Randia eymai".
"Randia moorei" was described by George Bentham in his "Flora Australiensis" in 1867. It is one of many plants named in honour of Charles Moore. Unlike several other Australian species, it was not transferred to the genus "Atractocarpus", and remains in the genus "Randia", historically a wastebasket taxon for the time being. New South Wales botanist Gwen Harden classified it in the genus "Xeromphis".
In 1984 a new species of "Rafflesia" endemic to Sabah, "Rafflesia keithii", was named in Keith's honour. This parasitic plant is the largest "Rafflesia" found in Sabah, with flowers reaching up to one metre in diameter. In addition, "Dryobalanops keithii", a heavy hardwood tree, and "Randia keithii", a shrub or small tree in the genus "Randia" were also named after Keith.
Randia nicaraguensis is a plant species endemic to Nicaragua. It occurs in tropical drought-deciduous forests at elevations below 850 m.
The larvae feed on Rubiaceae species, including "Casasia clusiifolia" and "Randia aculeata". Pupation takes place in loose cocoons in shallow underground chambers or in leaf litter.
deciduous forest had 46 species, 37 genera and 24 families. Combretaceae was the most abundant family in the forest. Indigoberry (Randia dumetorum) was the dominant species.
Larvae feeds on Verbenaceae species, including "Stachytarpheta urticifolia" and plants like "Adina cordifolia", "Burttdavya nyasica", "Morinda" sp., "Randia dumetorum", "Tectona grandis".
The larvae have been recorded on "Hybanthus prunifolius" in Panama. Other recorded host plants include "Acalypha diversifolia", "Chamaedorea", "Randia" and "Meliosma" species.
Randia pleiomeris is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is found in El Salvador and Guatemala. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Meanwhile, the genera "Randia" and "Gardenia" had been used as wastebasket taxa, where many species that had been difficult to place had been placed by default. Several Australian species of the genus "Randia" were found to be not closely related to neotropical species and were transferred in a review of the genera by Australian botanist Christopher Puttock in 1999; these include several garden plant species such as "A. benthamianus", "A. chartaceus", and "A. fitzalanii".