Synonyms for symphoricarpos or Related words with symphoricarpos

oblongifolia              gnaphalium              chamaesyce              floribundum              incana              parvifolium              pulmonaria              involucrata              ramosissima              squarrosa              herbacea              trilobata              latifolium              atropurpurea              virginianum              glabrescens              stricta              multifida              linifolia              caespitosum              uliginosa              tylophora              oppositifolia              microphyllus              corymbosa              chaerophyllum              rotundifolium              monantha              tenuifolium              fastigiata              auriculata              parviflorus              helenium              lythrum              umbellata              flexuosum              speciosum              elatum              paniculatum              adiantum              serpyllifolia              heliotropium              cephalanthus              microphyllum              thyrsiflora              obtusifolium              orbiculatus              rotundifolia              calliandra              pauciflora             



Examples of "symphoricarpos"
The larva feed on snowberry ("Symphoricarpos albus") and coralberry ("Symphoricarpos orbiculatus")
The larvae feed on "Symphoricarpos" species, including "Symphoricarpos orbiculatus", "Symphoricarpos symphoricarpos" and "Symphoricarpos vulgaris". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a blotch mine on the underside of the leaf. Pupation takes place within an ovoid white silken cocoon.
The larvae feed on the leaves of "Symphoricarpos" species, including "Symphoricarpos albus".
The larvae feed on "Symphoricarpos" species, including "Symphoricarpos albus". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
"Symphoricarpos hesperius" has pink flowers and white fruits.
The larvae feed on honeysuckle, "Symphoricarpos albus" and "Weigela".
The larvae feed on "Symphoricarpos" species, including "Symphoricarpos orbiculatus", "Symphoricarpos symphoricarpos" and "Symphoricarpos vulgaris". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a very small tentiform mine on the underside of the leaf. The mine is placed between two veins, and when mature is much wrinkled. Just before pupation, one half of the mine is lined with silk, and partitioned off, thus forming an ovoid silken chamber in which the pupa is formed. When the imago emerges the pupa case is thrust through the upper epidermis.
The larvae feed on "Lonicera", "Symphoricarpos" and "Leycesteria" species.
The larvae feed on "Lonicera" species (including "Lonicera sempervirens" and "Lonicera × bella" Zabel 'albida'), "Symphoricarpos" species (including "Symphoricarpos orbiculatus" and "Symphoricarpos vulgaris") and "Chiococca alba". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a tentiform mine on the underside of the leaf.
The genus "Linnaea" is usually treated in the Caprifoliaceae, along with "Lonicera", "Symphoricarpos", and related genera, but sometimes classified in its own family Linnaeaceae, along with such similar genera as "Abelia", "Dipelta", "Kolkwitzia", and "Zabelia", but not "Lonicera" or "Symphoricarpos".
"Symphoricarpos × doorenbosii", "Betula utilis" 'Doorenbos', "Iris" 'Gerrie Doorenbos', "Rosa" 'Anneke Doorenbos'.
"Symphoricarpos rotundifolius" is an erect, spreading, or trailing subshrub, about tall, with many stiff branches.
The larvae feed on "Alnus", "Symphoricarpos", "Vaccinium", "Trifolium", "Ceanothus", "Fragaria" and "Rosa" species, as well as "Betula papyrifera", "Comptonia peregrina"
Symphoricarpos rotundifolius is a North American subshrub in the Honeysuckle Family, also known by the common name round-leaved snowberry.
Symphoricarpos orbiculatus, commonly called coralberry, buckbrush or Indian currant is a woody species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family.
The larvae feed on a wide range of flowering trees and shrubs, including "Vaccinium", "Symphoricarpos", "Rubus spectabilis" and "Oemleria cerasiformis".
The larvae feed on "Aesculus" (including "Aesculus californica" and "Aesculus pavia"), "Carya", "Cornus", "Juglans", "Prunus", "Symphoricarpos" and "Vernonia" species.
The larvae feed on "Symphoricarpos" species in the northern part of the range and "Lonicera" species in California.
The larvae feed on "Lonicera" species (including "Lonicera periclymenum", "Lonicera xylosteum" and "Lonicera caprifolium"), but also "Symphoricarpos albus".
"Symphoricarpos acutus" is a trailing herb less than 30 cm (1 foot) tall. It has pink flowers and white fruits.