Synonyms for setacea or Related words with setacea

hirtella              pulchellum              anomalum              connata              labill              caespitosa              austrostipa              spathulata              brevifolium              erubescens              caesia              plumosa              ferruginea              cuneifolia              stricta              campanulata              sessiliflora              mucronata              ciliata              pumilum              ambiguum              ciliatum              foliosa              vestita              subulata              congesta              setigera              uliginosa              leucopogon              lepidota              oblongifolia              fitzg              orites              calycina              ramulosa              deflexa              calcicola              auriculata              virgata              conospermum              robustum              calcarata              ellipticus              baueri              capitellata              debilis              arbuscula              fimbriatum              pulvinata              hookeri             



Examples of "setacea"
The larvae probably feed on the roots of "Austrodanthonia setacea".
"Doto millbayana" feeds on the hydroid "Plumularia setacea", family Plumulariidae.
The larvae probably feed on "Austrodanthonia setacea" and "Austrostipa" species.
"E. setacea" is classified "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
In 2010, George described a new species, "V. setacea" and new subspecies of "V. mitchelliana.
The type species for this section is "Verticordia gracilis" and the other species is "V. setacea".
The plumed hydroid, Plumularia setacea, also sometimes called the little sea bristle, is a colonial hydroid in the family Plumulariidae.
The larvae feed on "Minuartia rostrata" and "Minuartia setacea". They create a case of about 5 mm long.
"Verticordia setacea" was first formally described by Alex George in 2010 from a specimen collected on private land near Lake Grace and the description was published in "Nuytsia". The specific epithet ("setacea") is derived from the Latin word "seta" meaning "bristle" referring to the bristly surface of some parts of the flowers of this species.
From the earlier name, "setacea" means bristle or stiff hair. There is a species with short bristles and the smallest delicate ina appearance of the wallaby grasses
Glaucocharis setacea is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Chen, Song and Yuan in 2003. It is found in China (Hubei).
"E. setacea" grows in red sand and soils derived from limestone between Carnarvon and Exmouth in the Carnarvon and Yalgoo biogeographic regions.
"Eubranchus prietoi" was found with the hydroid "Plumularia setacea", which is presumed to be its food. It lays short egg coils across the midrib of the hydroid.
Verticordia setacea is a flowering plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is a shrub with small leaves and deep pink flowers with short styles in late spring.
Eremophila setacea is a flowering plant in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae and is endemic to Western Australia. It is an erect shrub with narrow, glabrous leaves, hairy sepals and light blue to purple petals.
"Verticordia setacea" is classified as "Priority Two" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife, meaning that it is poorly known and known from only one or a few locations.
When George published his review of the genus in 1991, there was only one species in the section, "V. gracilis" but in 2010 he described "V. setacea" and included that species in section "Platandra".
Mordella setacea is a species of beetle in the "Mordella" genus that is in the "Mordellidae" family, which is a part of the "Tenebrionoidea" superfamily. It was discovered in 1855.
"Verticordia setacea" is a shrub which usually grows to a height of up to . The leaves are more or less oblong in shape, semi-circular to triangular in cross-section and long with a rounded end.
Gaimardia setacea is a species of plant of the Centrolepidaceae family. It is found in New Zealand (on the South Island and the Stewart Islands), New Guinea and Tasmania.