Synonyms for setulosa or Related words with setulosa
Examples of "setulosa"
is a species of beetles in the genus "Dorcatoma" of the family Anobiidae.
(holy dandelion) is a species of North American plants in the dandelion family.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fall in 1907.
is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Peru & Bolivia.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Aurivillius in 1920.
is a species of leaf beetle of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, observed by Lefèvre in 1886.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Breuning in 1938.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Francis Polkinghorne Pascoe in 1857. It is known from Java.
Cryptoniesslia is a genus of fungi within the Niessliaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Cryptoniesslia
Vegetation recorded on the periphery of lakes, pans, wadi valley beds and coastal foothills are: "Cenchrus ciliaris", "Aeloropus lagopoides", "Aeloropus persica", "Cenchrus ciliaris", "Calatropis procera", "Cyperus cconglomeratus", "Eleusine compressa", "Halopeplis perfoliata", "Heliotropum pterocarpum", "Panicum turgidum", "Salsola forskalii", "Sporobolus spicatus", "Suaeda monoica", "Trianthema crystalline" and "Urochondra
". "Acacia tortilis" and "cadaba glandulosa" are also found on some of the wadis.
Urochondra is a genus of plants in the grass family. The only known species is Urochondra
, native to northeastern Africa (Djibouti, Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, Socotra) and southwestern Asia (Saudi Arabia, Oman, Yemen, northwestern India, and Sindh Province in Pakistan). The species grows in coastal sand dunes, salt marshes and estuaries.
"Bactris gasipaes", the peyibaye or peach palm, was domesticated in pre-Columbian times and is cultivated for its starchy fruit and palm heart throughout the Neotropics, especially in Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Costa Rica. Other species used for food include "B. brongniartii", "B. campestris", "B. concinna" and "B. major". "Bactris acanthophora" and "B. campestris" are used medicinally, while "B. barronis", "B. pilosa" and "B.
" are used in construction.
It has a high diversity due to the large number of environments involved. The dwarf ("Curatella Americana", "Bowdichia virgilioides"), the majaguas ("Heliocarpus sp.") And palo maría ("Triplaris sp.") are characteristic of forests at lower altitudes. The bucket or child ("Gyranthera caribensis") is indicative of the cloud forest as macanilla palms ("Bactris
"), cane mill ("Chamaedorea pinnatifrons") Prapa ("Wettinia praemorsa") and other gender "Geonoma", "Hyospathe" and "Socratea". Aroids, orchids, bromeliads and piperaceae include in the group of epiphytic plants.
("syn." "Bactris cuvaro" H.Karst., "Bactris cuesa" Crueg. ex Griseb., "Bactris falcata" J.R.Johnst., "Bactris sworderiana" Becc., "Bactris kalbreyeri" Burret, "Bactris circularis" L.H.Bailey, "Bactris bergantina" Steyerm.) is a medium-sized (5–10 m tall, 6–10 cm in diameter) spiny palm which is found in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname. It is one of the largest species of "Bactris" and is found at the highest elevations.
Both stems and leaves of "Bactris" species are generally covered with spines. Stems generally bear spines on the internodes; in "B. glaucescens" and "B.
" spines are also present on the nodes. A few species lack spines on their stems. All species have spiny leaves; the spines are often clustered on the petiole or rachis. In some species the spines are only found on the tips of the leaflets. Most species grow in multi-stemmed clumps with stems about tall and in diameter, but they span a range of sizes from tall trees to shrubs with subterranean stems and are sometimes single-stemmed. Stems can be as narrow as in "B.aubletiana" or as broad as in "B. gasipaes".
Copyright © 2017