Synonyms for spermacoce or Related words with spermacoce

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Examples of "spermacoce"
The larvae feed on "Borreria brachysepala", "Spermacoce laevis" and "Spermacoce tetraquetra".
The larvae feed on "Spermacoce natalensis", "Dioda", "Spermacoce", "Pentas" and "Pentasinia" species.
The larvae mainly feed on "Oldenlandia" and "Spermacoce" species. In India, they have been recorded on "Impatiens" species, "Spermacoce stricta", "Spermacoce hispida", "Glossostigma spathulatum", "Boerhavia repens" and "Boerhavia diffusa". The host plant is "Pentas lanceolata" in Australia. The larvae are green with black and white spots along each side.
"Spermacoce glabra", smooth false buttonweed, is a New World species of plants in the coffee family.
This bee forages on many kinds of plants, including "Miconia" sp., "Monochaetum" sp., "Solanum" sp. "Mimosa" sp., and "Spermacoce" sp.
"Spermacoce" is a highly diverse genus with about 275 species in many tropical and subtropical places around the globe. North American species include:
"Spermacoce ovalifolia" is an annual herb about 30 cm tall. Leaves are ovate, up to 4 cm long. flowers are very small, in dense axillary clusters.
The larvae feed on "Borreria", "Catalpa", "Manettia", and "Pentas" species, and "Spermacoce glabra", "Hamelia patens", "Hedyotis nigricans", "Heimia salicifolia", "Psychotria microdon", "Psychotria nervosa", and "Inga vera".
Arbulocarpus was a genus of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family but is no longer recognized. It has been sunk into synonymy with "Spermacoce".
Spermacoce brachysepala, the West Indian false buttonweed, is a plant species in the Rubiaceae. It is native to Puerto Rico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Spermacoce neoterminalis, the Everglades Key false buttonweed, is a species of plants in the Rubiaceae. It is endemic to southern Florida, from the Everglades as far north as Lake Okeechobee.
"Spermacoce neoterminalis" is a perennial herb with a woody root. Stems are up to 40 cm tall, generally not branching above the ground. Leaves are elliptical. Flowers are small, white, clustered in terminal and axillary glomerules.
Spermacoce alata, the winged false buttonweed, is a species of plants in the Rubiaceae. It is widespread across the warmer parts of the Western Hemisphere and naturalized in many other parts of the world.
Spermacoce keyensis, the Florida false buttonweed, is a species of plants in the Rubiaceae, first discovered in the Florida Keys. It is found in southern Florida, Bahamas, and the extreme southern tip of Texas (Cameron County).
Spermacoce or false buttonweed is a genus of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. It comprises about 275 species found throughout the tropics and subtropics. Its highest diversity is found in the Americas, followed by Africa, Australia and Asia.
Larva is bluish green in color, with a subdorsal line with oblique streaks below it on 4th to 10th somites. Ocellus on 4th somite is greenish with a black ring. Horn is yellowish. Larvae have been recorded on "Amaranthus", "Barringtonia", "Discorea", "Amorphophallus", "Impatiens", "Citrullus", "Arathis", "Boerhavia", "Knoxia", "Morinda", "Oldenlandia", "Pongamia", "Spermacoce", "Glossostigma" and "Camellia".
"Spermacoce remota" is a perennial herb or sub-shrub up to 70 cm tall. Stems are either round or square in cross-section. Leaves are lanceolate, up to 5 cm long. Flowers are small, white, in a clump at the top of the stem.
"Brickellia peninsularis" var. "amphithalassa", "Cheilanthes peninsularis" var. "insularis", "Nicotiana stocktonii", "Spermacoce nesiotica" and "Zapoteca formosa" ssp. "rosei" are near-endemics, being restricted to Socorro and Clarión. Whether "Teucrium townsendii" ssp. "affine" is the same plant as those on San Benedicto is not conclusively determined.
"Lasianthus", "Saldinia", and "Trichostachys" form the tribe Lasiantheae in the subfamily Rubioideae. "Perama" is related to this group and might be included within it. Lasiantheae was formerly thought to be close to "Psychotria", but is now known to be a basal clade in Rubioideae. It is sister to the large clade containing "Coussarea", "Psychotria", "Spermacoce", and many other genera.
Luxuriant (abundant) growth of some taller and deeply rooted legumes like "Psoralea" indicates a sandy loam type of soil, whereas the presence of grasses "Andropogon" indicates sandy soil. "Rumex acetosella" indicates an acid grassland soil, whereas "Spermacoce stricta" the iron rich soil in the area. "Shorea robusta", "Cassia obtusifolia", "Geranium sp". and "Impatiens sp". indicate proper aeration of soil.