Synonyms for serjania or Related words with serjania

marcgravia              radlk              parsonsia              sessiliflora              homalium              crinitum              spruceana              perezia              triclisia              polysperma              schliebenii              pseuderanthemum              connata              floribundum              randia              monanthotaxis              puberula              dorstenia              glabrescens              dombeya              setigera              markgr              subsessilis              alseodaphne              marsdenia              onosma              talisia              alchornea              freziera              weinmannia              standleyi              cercidium              pancheria              platycarpa              monantha              sessilifolia              insulare              preussii              thwaitesii              schlechteri              anomalum              martiana              guatemalense              stipularis              stenopetala              lepisanthes              urera              palicourea              melodinus              farsetia             

Examples of "serjania"
The larvae feed on "Serjania", "Paullinia" and "Cardiospermum" species.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on Serjania paullinia
Serjania pteleifolia is a species of plant in the Sapindaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Serjania is a genus of flowering plants in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae. The name honours French Minim friar Philippe Sergeant.
Serjania brevipes is a species of plant in the Sapindaceae (soapberry) family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
The Sapindaceae occur in temperate to tropical regions, many in laurel forest habitat, throughout the world. Many are laticiferous, i.e. they contain latex, a milky sap, and many contain mildly toxic saponins with soap-like qualities in either the foliage and/or the seeds, or roots. The largest genera are "Serjania", "Paullinia", "Acer" and "Allophylus".
Leaves of "Acer douglasense" are simple in structure and a generally oval shape. The deeply five lobed structure and tertiary vein structure is very similar to the modern species "A. spicatum". However the secondary veins are a combination of alternating craspedodromous veins and forking veins. This combination only seen in the Miocene maple species "A. orbum". The related living Sapindaceae genera "Cardiospermum" and "Serjania" plus the extinct genus "Bohlenia" also have a similar alternating pattern of secondary veins.
Coloration and pattern of these butterflies are quite variable depending on subspecies. Usually the uppersides of the wings are blue black. The forewings are crossed obliquely from the costal margin to the inner margin by wide bands of golden green or blue. Close to the apex sometimes there is a small white spot. On the uppersides of the hindwings the outer margins are bordered with greenish or blueish. At the base there is a brilliant blue. The underside of the anterior wings is black, with a row of five blue spots, a brown inner margin and a gray base followed by light blue. The apex and the outer margin are gray. The undersides of the posterior wings are whitish or grayish, crossed by two black lines. Larvae feed on "Serjania" species.