Synonyms for sanderi or Related words with sanderi

aglaonema              westringia              dipladenia              caryopteris              laxum              urvilleana              physocarpus              astilbe              dracaena              laciniata              erinus              fruticosa              eucomis              gloxinia              mucronatum              abelia              cordyline              melodinus              blossfeldiana              lasiantha              gomphrena              solenostemon              deliciosa              aeonium              alstroemeria              weigela              agapanthus              milii              gazania              viridiflora              stapelia              cordifolium              opulifolius              uvaria              involucrata              angelonia              grandiflora              rhipsalis              cleome              spectabile              eximium              bracteata              diplotaxis              nemesia              pinnatum              sansevieria              buddleia              houstonianum              corymbosum              echeveria             

Examples of "sanderi"
Mandevilla sanderi, also called Dipladenia sanderi and Brazilian jasmine, is a vine belonging to the "Mandevilla" genus. The species is endemic to the State of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
"Mandevilla sanderi" climbs by twining around some support and it can reach the height of 4.5 meters (15 feet) if the climate is warm. The flowers of the wild form of "Mandevilla sanderi" are usually pink. The leaves are green and grow to 6 cm (2.5 in) long.
Monachaster sanderi is a species of sea stars in the family Orestieridae. It is the sole species in the genus Monachaster.
"M. whitehunterensis", the oldest known species, lived during the late Oligocene in Queensland. "M. sanderi" also lived in Queensland but later, during the Miocene.
Lindapterys sanderi is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails.
Conus sanderi is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies.
The cultivars of "Mandevilla sanderi" include 'My Fair Lady' with flowers of pink and white colour, 'Red Riding Hood' with pink flowers, and 'Scarlet Pimpernel' with red flowers of a yellow throat.
Oreobates sanderi is a frog species in the Craugastoridae family. It is found in northwestern Bolivia (La Paz Department) and nearby southeastern Peru. It is not considered threatened by the IUCN.
The type locality of "Conus sanderi", is off St. James, west coast of Barbados West Indies, where type material was dredged at 155–180 metres depth by R.V. Martlet, operating from Bellairs Research Institute of McGill University. This species also known from as far south as Eastern Brasil.
"Oreobates sanderi" are medium-sized among the "Oreobates"; adults measure in snout–vent length. The head is large and as wide as long; the snout is short. The dorsum is pale brown to dark brown with cream flecks; the skin is granular, with round keratinized granules and small (only some slightly enlarged), sparse, low, flat warts.
In contrast, the group containing "H. sanderi", "H. wallisii", "H. clarae" (Schltr.), and "H. lowiana" (Rchb.f). has globose, nonresupinate flowers that are white to yellow, mostly unspotted, and borne on an erect inflorescence. The epichile is rectangular or ovate (not triangular), and the lateral projections on the hypochile are broad instead of acute. The pollinarium has a broad, concave viscidium."
Note that in 1999, E. Luckel & H. Fessel published the new genus "Jennyella" "to accommodate the globose, white flowered taxa." They segregate four species previously attributed to Houlletia into the new genus "Jennyella": "H. clarae" (Schlechter 1924); "H. kalbreyeriana" (Kraenzlin 1920); "H. lowiana" (Rchb. f.); and "H. sanderi" (Rolfe 1910).
Acworth wrote: "Orationem encomiasticam in restitutione Buceri et Fagii," printed in "Hist. Buceri", Argentor, 1562 (re Martin Bucer & Paul Fagius); the preface to Book II of Bucer's works, fol. Basil, 1577; "De visibili Romanarchia, contra Nic. Sanderi Monarchiam," London, 1622. This was written while he lived with archbishop Parker, and probably at his instigation; Nicolas Sanderus had written "Monarchia". At one time, he enjoyed the confidence of archbishop Parker, and assisted him in his "Antiquitates Britannicae".
The species is better known from the Gulf of Mexico (trawler) sources.
Immature specimens with purpleish background color, dredged off Barbados, may have been described as "Conus hunti", Wils & Moolenbeek,1979 (synonym of "Conus sanderi" Wils & Moolenbeek, 1979).
The coloration of the living animal of these immature Barbados specimens of around 20 mm. in overall length is a dirty-white with flecks of black, and black fringing at the edge of the mantle and siphonal canal.
"Ceratogyrus brachycephalus" is a relatively common tarantula for hobbyists to keep. It prefers to burrow, but in the absence of substrate to burrow it will web and make web "tunnels". This species is extremely fast and aggressive; care must be taken when performing tank upkeep. Some people surmise that what is commonly called "C. brachycephalus" in the pet trade might actually be "Ceratogyrus sanderi", or maybe a hybrid.
Mandevillas develop spectacular, often fragrant flowers in warm climates. The flowers come in a variety of colours, including white, pink, yellow, and red. Many hybrids have been developed, mainly deriving from "M." ×"amabilis", "M. splendens", and "M. sanderi". As climbers, Mandevillas can be trained against a wall or trellis to provide a leafy green and often flowering picture of beauty. They have a tendency to attract insects like mealybugs and scales.
The establishment of a Carthusian monastery in Sweden was brought about by the efforts of Jakob Ulvsson, Archbishop of Uppsala, and Kort Rogge, Bishop of Strängnäs, who in 1493 persuaded Sten Sture the elder, Regent of Sweden, to have the monks Fikke Dyssin and Johannes Sanderi together with two lay brothers sent from the Marienehe Charterhouse near Rostock to Sweden for a meeting with the "riksrådet" (Privy Council of Sweden). Later that year Sten Sture enfeoffed the Carthusians with the Gripsholm estate in Selebo "härad" in Södermanland and in 1502 gave them other lands round about.
Eucharis" × "grandiflora is a species of flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae, native to western Colombia and western Ecuador and widely cultivated as an ornamental in other regions. It is a natural hybrid between "E. moorei" and "E. sanderi". In horticulture it is often confused with "E. amazonica", usually differing in its slightly smaller flowers. The English name Amazon lily is used for both species, but is also used for the genus "Eucharis" as a whole (and for other genera). Despite the common name, it is not closely related to the true lilies.