Synonyms for sessilifolia or Related words with sessilifolia

glabrescens              pedicellata              laxiflora              sessiliflora              radlk              setigera              caulescens              allophylus              puberula              parvifolium              lancifolia              flexuosum              crinitum              uliginosa              auriculata              subsessilis              floribundum              calcarata              stenophylla              peduncularis              speciosum              ciliatum              breviflora              insulare              mucronata              campanulata              micrantha              minutiflora              caffra              decne              stricta              alseodaphne              chaerophyllum              subulata              hirtella              oblongifolia              congesta              connata              chamaesyce              spathulata              bracteata              laxum              schliebenii              forssk              multifida              chrysantha              schlechteri              rotundifolium              lepidota              brassii             

Examples of "sessilifolia"
Sessilifolia is a specific epithet and may refer to:
Coccinia sessilifolia is a species of "Coccinia" from southern Africa.
The larvae feed on "Aristolochia sessilifolia", "Aristolochia fimbriata", and other "Aristolochia" species.
Tabernaemontana sessilifolia is a species of plant in the Apocynaceae family. It is found in Madagascar.
The larvae feed on "Quercus acuta" and "Quercus sessilifolia". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
Horsfieldia sessilifolia is a species of plant in the family Myristicaceae. It is a tree endemic to Borneo, and has only been collected once for scientific purposes (1971) from Sarawak, a region known for agroforestry and cultivation of Sarawak black pepper. The habitat of "H. sessilifolia" is lowland areas of swampy forest.
"Buchanania sessilifolia" grows naturally in Laos, Thailand, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. Its habitat is lowland forests from sea-level to altitude.
Renealmia sessilifolia is a species of plant in the Zingiberaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
Quercus sessilifolia is an Asian species of trees in the beech family. It is widespread across Japan and much of China (including Taiwan).
According to molecular DNA analyses, "Coccinia sessilifolia" is related to other South African species, such as "Coccinia hirtella", "Coccinia mackenii", and "Coccinia quinqueloba". Some populations from the western part of Limpopo province have long petioles, but share all other characters with "Coccinia sessilifolia". These were described as a distinct species: "Coccinia variifolia" A.Meeuse. Due to the strong similarities and the close relationship in the molecular phylogeny, Holstein (2015) interpreted that these populations are better dealt with as a variety of "C. sessilifolia". Since long petioles are the dominant character state in all closer relatives, "Coccinia sessilifolia" var. "variifolia" can either be interpreted as a relict of long-petiolate ancestors or a secondary development of an ancestral character.
"Quercus sessilifolia" is a tree up to 25 meters tall. Twigs are waxy. Leaves can be as much as 15 cm long, thick and leathery.
Axinaea sessilifolia is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
Buchanania sessilifolia is a tree in the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "leaf without stalk", referring to the sessile leaves.
"Drosera sessilifolia" was first described by Augustin Saint-Hilaire in 1824 after it was discovered in the western end of the Brazilian state Minas Gerais near the São Francisco River. George Bentham then described "D. dentata" from Guyana, which Ludwig Diels reduced to synonymy with "D. sessilifolia" in his 1906 monograph on the Droseraceae. It is closely related to "D. burmannii", the only other species in subgenus "Thelocalyx", though "D. burmannii" is native to Australia and Southeast Asia.
Aglaia sessilifolia is a tree in the Meliaceae family. It grows up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . The bark is greyish brown or dark brown. The flowers are yellow. The fruits are ellispoid, up to long. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "stalkless leaf". Habitat is limestone hill forests from sea-level to altitude. "A. sessilifolia" is endemic to Borneo and confined to Malaysia's Sabah state.
Species of "Oxera" show a variety of growth forms, including lianas, shrubs and trees. The leaves are simple, and are petiolate (on short stalks), except in "O. sessilifolia", with entire or occasionally sinuate (wavy) edges.
Diervilla sessilifolia, the southern bush honeysuckle, a member of the honeysuckle family "Caprifoliaceae" which blooms in summer, is a perennial shrub found in the Great Smoky Mountains. It is a threatened species in Tennessee.
"Buchanania sessilifolia" grows as a tree up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . Its smooth bark is grey-brown. The flowers are whitish. The subcordate fruits measure up to long.
Uvularia sessilifolia, sessile bellwort, sessileleaf bellwort or wild oats, is a species of bellwort native to eastern and central North America. It grows in woodlands with wet or dry soils.
"Coccinia sessilifolia" occurs in South Africa (Gauteng, Free State, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, and western Northern Cape), Namibia (Erongo, Khomas, Oshana, Otjozondjupa), and Botswana (Central District. Kgatleng, North-West District, South-East District).