Synonyms for sagittata or Related words with sagittata

rivularis              calcarata              debilis              mucronata              speciosus              fastigiata              pulverulenta              subulata              vestita              foveolata              cuneifolia              plumosa              virgata              sinuata              sessiliflora              bidentata              colorata              auriculata              erubescens              hookeri              sericea              ciliata              anomalum              incana              uliginosa              ventricosa              deflexa              laxiflora              uniflora              balsamorhiza              filipes              zeyheri              stricta              latifolium              rubida              robustum              tenellum              cornuta              magellanica              pedunculata              velutinus              strigosa              pumilum              oblongifolia              rostrata              emarginata              speciosum              tenellus              caffra              decussata             

Examples of "sagittata"
The larvae feed on "Balsamohirza sagittata" and "Helianthus pumilus".
The larvae feed on "Digitaria ischaemum" and "Ipomoea sagittata".
"C. sagittata" is a variable species. It is often shy flowering.
"Chromolaena sagittata" is an herb with opposite, arrow-shaped leaves about 2.5 cm (1 inch) long.
Staphylinochrous sagittata is a species of moth of the Anomoeotidae family. It is found in Africa.
Notoaeschna sagittata is a species of dragonfly of the family Telephlebiidae,
Hyposmocoma sagittata is a species of moth of the Cosmopterigidae family. It is endemic to Kauai.
Eupithecia sagittata is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in South Africa and Zimbabwe.
"Notoaeschna sagittata" appears similar to "Notoaeschna geminata", which occurs north of the Hunter River, New South Wales.
Digama sagittata is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in Madagascar and on the Comores.
"Notoaeschna geminata" appears similar to "Notoaeschna sagittata", which occurs south of the Hunter River, New South Wales.
Phyllorachis is a genus of African plants in the grass family. The only known species is Phyllorachis sagittata native to Tanzania, Zambia, Angola, Malawi, and Mozambique.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Balsamorhiza sagittata". They are found on the underside of the leaves of their host plant.
Shorea sagittata (also called Light Red Meranti) is a species of plant in the Dipterocarpaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Borneo.
Micrathena sagittata, also known as the arrow-shaped micrathena is a species of spider belonging to the family Araneidae. It is found in the eastern United States and throughout Central America.
Chromolaena sagittata is a Mexican species of flowering shrub in the sunflower family. It is found in western Mexico, in the States of Sonora, Sinaloa, Nayarit, and Baja California Sur.
Associated plant species include "Achillea millefolium", "Achnatherum hymenoides", "Arabis" sp., "Balsamorhiza sagittata", "Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus", "Crepis acuminata", "Ericameria nauseosa", "Eriophyllum lanatum", "Erysimum capitatum", "Festuca idahoensis", "Leymus cinereus", "Lupinus argenteus", "Phlox longifolia", "Poa secunda", "Pseudoroegneria spicata", and "Purshia tridentata".
The Marsh Carpet (Gagitodes sagittata) is a moth of the Geometridae family. It is found in Eastern Asia, including Japan, Korea and China and in Central and Northern Europe. It is sometimes included in "Perizoma"
Acetosa sagittata, commonly known as turkey rhubarb or rambling dock or potato vine, is a herbaceous perennial plant native to southern Africa, which has become a weed in Australia and New Zealand.
This plant grows on harsh, dry, rocky land in the shrubsteppe. Other plants in the habitat may include "Lupinus sulphureus", "Erigeron linearis", "Phlox longifolia", "Woodsia oregana", "Balsamorhiza sagittata", "Lomatium dissectum", "Lithophragma bulberifera", and "Astragalus purshii". Precipitation amounts to only about 9 inches per year.