Synonyms for subulata or Related words with subulata
Examples of "subulata"
The larvae feed on "Austrocylindropuntia
The Latin specific epithet "
" means awl- or needle-shaped.
There are two varieties, "Sagina
" var. "
" with glandular-hairy sepals, and "Sagina
" var. "glabrata" Gillot with hairless sepals; the latter is often a lawn weed, and has been confused with the related Mediterranean species "Sagina pilifera". The cultivar 'Aurea' (referred to as Scottish or Scotch Moss in the horticultural trade) is grown as a garden plant.
" is usually associated with the water column above sandy and hard bottoms.
is a species of cactus native to the Peruvian Andes.
The Timor stubtail ("Urosphena
") is a species of bird in the family Cettiidae.
is a species of grass known by the common name Alaska oniongrass.
, commonly known as Awled Honeypot, is a shrub endemic to Western Australia.
Plants from northwestern Europe reported as this species are based on misidentification of "Sagina
, known as the large tongue orchid grows in south eastern Australia. It was given its current name by H.G. Reichenbach in 1871, originally described by Labillardiere as "Malaxis
" in 1806 from Tasmania. The specific epithet "
" refers to the duck like shape of the flower's labellum. Sometimes this plant is known as the duck orchid, but this may cause confusion with the flying duck orchid.
, the European common squid, is a species of squid in the genus Alloteuthis and the family Loliginidae.
George placed this species in Subgenus "Chrysoma", Section "Chrysoma" along with "V. citrella", "V.
" and "V. acerosa".
" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
George placed this species in Subgenus "Chrysoma", Section "Chrysoma" along with "V. acerosa", "V.
", "V. endlicheriana".
is a species in the genus "Catopsis". This species is native to Mexico (Chiapas, Oaxaca), Guatemala, and Honduras.
, commonly known as awl-leaf wattle, is a shrub endemic to New South Wales in Australia.
" was first formally described by Alex George in 1991 from specimens collected from the Stirling Range National Park by Alex and Elizabeth George. The description was published in "Nuytsia". The specific epithet ("
") is derived from the Latin word "subula" meaning "an awl" referring to the shape of the staminodes.
" was first named in 2006 by Lyndley Craven in Novon when "Callistemon subulatus" was transferred to the present genus. "Callistemon subulatus" was first formally described by botanist Edwin Cheel in 1925 in "Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales Series". The specific epithet ("
") refers to the subulate shape of the leaves.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.
" is commonly cultivated because of it abundant, attractive flowers. It is hardy but benefits from the application of low-phosphorus fertiliser.
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