Synonyms for recurva or Related words with recurva
Examples of "recurva"
The species was first formally described by the botanist Johannes Conrad Schauer in 1844 in Johann Georg Christian Lehmann's work "Plantae Preissianae". There are two synonyms for the species; "Kunzea spicata", "Kunzea
" var. "
" and "Kunzea
" var. "melaleucoides".
In southwest Oregon "F.
" is similar to the rare "F. gentneri". The latter can be distinguished from "F.
" by its branching style and longer nectary glands.
is a species of orchid endemic to west-southwestern and Southwest Australia.
, the lesser Eucalyptus longhorn, is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
, the scarlet fritillary, is a North American bulb-forming herb in the lily family.
The larvae feed on "Juniperus communis", "Juniperus chinensis", "Juniperus horizontalis", "Juniperus
" and "Juniperus virginiana".
" is often cultivated due to the presence of flowers through most of the year.
" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
is a tuberous plant in the family Colchicaceae, native to the south-west Cape Province, South Africa.
is a flowering plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to Western Australia.
is a species of medium-sized sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Ovulidae.
is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found on Seram and in New Guinea.
is a species of small sea snail, marine gastropod mollusk in the family Costellariidae, the ribbed miters.
The Eichstätt Specimen (JM 2257) was discovered in 1951 near Workerszell, Germany and described by Peter Wellnhofer in 1974. Currently located at the Jura Museum in Eichstätt, Germany, it is the smallest specimen and has the second best head. It is possibly a separate genus ("Jurapteryx
") or species ("A.
The Eichstätt Specimen (JM 2257) was discovered in 1951 near Workerszell, Germany, and described by Peter Wellnhofer in 1974. Currently located at the Jura Museum in Eichstätt, Germany, it is the smallest known specimen and has the second best head. It is possibly a separate genus ("Jurapteryx
") or species ("A.
" is a bulb-forming perennial. Lleaves are arranged in whorls and are linear to narrowly lanceolate. Tepals are scarlet, checkered with yellow on the inside, and form a bell shape, and are usually nodding (hanging down). Its name, "
", derives from petals and sepals being "recurved", or bent backwards. The fruit is a winged capsule.
Also in the Richmond group of North America is the species "Similodonta
". This species was named in the same 1892 paper by Ulrich as "S. similis".
It is similar to the related "P.
", but differs in the larger size and more extensive dark markings, often creating a transverse zigzag across the elytra.
" is planted as an ornamental tree in western Europe, valued for its drooping foliage, particularly pendulous in the cultivar 'Castlewellan'.
is a species of rainforest trees, of north–eastern Queensland, Australia, and constitutes part of the flowering plant family Proteaceae.
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