Synonyms for scandens or Related words with scandens

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Examples of "scandens"
"Parthenocissus quinquefolia", "Hibbertia scandens", "Cissus" and "Morinda".
In horticulture, it is often given names in the genus "Maurandya", as listed for example in the RHS Horticultural Database. "Lophospermum" and "Maurandya" are now regarded as distinct. "Maurandya" has smooth rather than hairy leaves with entire rather than toothed margins, and smaller flowers with a tube at most about long. As noted above, the name "Maurandya scandens" is a source of confusion, since "M. scandens" is a synonym of "Lophospermum scandens", whereas "M. scandens" is an entirely different plant. Thus if the authority is not given, the identity of a plant described as ""Maurandya scandens"" is unclear. "Lophospermum scandens" is also known in cultivation by its synonym "Asarina lophospermum"; for example a US plant patent describes hybrids between "L. scandens" and "L. erubescens" as "Asarina lophospermum" × "Asarina erubescens". "Asarina" is now regarded as an purely European genus.
The larvae have been reared on "Chusquea cf. scandens".
Larva feed on "Derris scandens" ("Papilionaceae") and "Saraca thaipingensis".
The larvae feed on "Plectranthus" spp. and "Englerastrum scandens".
The larvae have been reared on "Chusquea cf. scandens".
The larvae have been reared on "Chusquea cf. scandens".
The larvae feed on various plants, including "Senecio scandens".
"Lophospermum scandens" has been confused with "Lophospermum erubescens", partly because the earliest illustration of "L. erubescens" was labelled as "L. scandens". Among other differences, "L. scandens" has a less climbing habit than "L. erubescens", with few twining leaf stalks; also the sepals are narrower and joined at the base for rather than only .
The larvae feed on "Hypselodelphys" species, including "H. scandens".
Larvae have been reared on "Hibbertia scandens" and "Hibbertia dentata".
"Hibbertia scandens" appeared on an Australian postage stamp in 1999.
"Lophospermum erubescens" has been confused with "Lophospermum scandens", partly because the earliest illustration of "L. erubescens" was labelled as "L. scandens". Among other differences, "L. erubescens" has a more climbing habit than "L. scandens", with many twining leaf stalks; also the sepals are broader and joined at the base for only rather than .
Échandens is first mentioned in 1164 as "Scandens".
Larvae have been recorded on "Brassica", "Emilia", "Senecio scandens" and "Crassocephalum".
Maerua scandens is a species of plant in the Capparaceae family. It is endemic to Mozambique.
The larvae have been recorded on "Lasia" species and "Pothos scandens" in India.
Larvae of subspecies "cheni" have been recorded feeding on "Paederia scandens var. mairei"
Marasmiellus scandens is a plant pathogen that causes white thread on cocoa.
In 1868, Asa Gray created nomenclatural confusion when he decided that "Lophospermum" should be merged into "Maurandya". The name "Maurandya scandens" had already been published for an existing species in the genus "Maurandya", so in transferring "L. scandens" into "Maurandya" as "M. scandens" , Gray inadvertently created a name associated with two species. (Inadvertently because Gray used the illegitimate name "M. semperflorens" for "M. scandens" ) Wayne J. Elisens in his 1985 monograph considered "Lophospermum" and "Maurandya" to be distinct genera, a view since confirmed by molecular phylogenetic studies.