Synonyms for tylophora or Related words with tylophora

marsdenia              nepalense              laurifolius              trilobata              tabernaemontana              thyrsiflora              randia              subsessilis              alseodaphne              lonchocarpus              corymbosa              umbellata              floribundum              davallia              chamaesyce              pergularia              microphyllus              millettia              paniculatum              parvifolium              incarvillea              clerodendron              ligularia              symphoricarpos              sessiliflora              saprosma              paniculatus              mussaenda              knema              oppositifolia              cocculus              elatum              drypetes              obtusifolium              auriculata              cleome              pseuderanthemum              laxiflora              oblongifolia              alangium              vincetoxicum              glabrescens              androgynus              calliandra              linifolia              orbiculatus              longiflora              divaricata              alchornea              mikania             

Examples of "tylophora"
The larvae had been recorded on "Marsdenia sp.", "Marsdenia volublis" ("Apocynaceae"), "Tylophora asthamatica", "Tylophora ovata" and "Tylophora indica", an "Asclepiadaceae".
Larvae feed on Gymnema species (Asclepiadaceae), Tylophora fleuxosa, Tylophora tenuissima (Apocynaceae) and is thus distasteful to birds.
The larvae feed on "Tylophora stolzii", "Tylophora anomala", "Marsdenia racemosa", "Gongronema latifolium", "Cynanchum", "Gymnema" and "Secamone" species.
The larvae feed on "Tylophora anomala", "Tylophora stolzii", "Gymnema", "Marsdenia", "Secamone", "Cynanchum chirindense", "Cyanchum abyssinicum", "Cynanchum medium", "Cynanchum nigrum", "Cynanchum natalitium" and "Cynanchum vincetoxicum".
Tylophora benthamii, commonly known as coast tylophora, is a vine in the dogbane family. It was previously known as "T. floribunda".
"Tylophoropsis fleckii" synonym of "Tylophora fleckii"
The larvae feed on Cynanchum, Metaplexis and Tylophora species.
The larvae feed on "Tylophora anomala", "Tylophora stolzii", "Cynanchum chirindense", "Gymnema" (including "Gymnema sylvestre"), "Marsdenia" (including "Marsdenia angolensis" and "Marsdenia racemosa") and "Secamone" (including "Secamone africana" and "Secamone parviflora").
The following species have been moved to other genera "(Ischnostemma, Philibertia, Raphistemma, Telosma, Tylophora)"
moved to other genera "(Cionura, Marsdenia, Metaplexis, Strophanthus, Telosma, Tylophora, Vallaris )"
The larvae feed on "Tylophora" (including "T. anomala"), "Marsdenia", "Cynanchum", "Gymnema" and "Secamone" species.
The larvae feed on "Tylophora cordata". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
Tylophora barbata, the Bearded Tylophora is a small vine in the dogbane family. A common plant found south of Bulahdelah, New South Wales. The habitat is rainforest and moist eucalyptus forests in south eastern Australia. Not often seen in flower, but flowers are dark red, around 7 mm long on thin stalks. Broken branches produce watery or milky sap.
Host plants: Tylophora tenuis and T. indica. It does not seem to feed on Calotropis sp. which its close cousin P. aglea feeds on. [Pulikkal U. 2009]
Larvae feed on "Parsonsia" species, "Tylophora hispida", "Parsonsia helicandra", "Parsonsia spiralis", and "Cynanchum formosanum" so both the butterfly and larva are poisonous.
transferred to other genera "(Anisopus, Blepharodon, Cionura, Cynanchum, Dischidanthus, Dischidiopsis, Dittoceras, Dregea, Gongronema, Gymnema, Jasminanthes, Leichardtia, Lygisma, Matelea, Metalepis, Pergularia, Sarcolobus, Secamonopsis, Sinomenium, Stephanotis, Stigmatorhynchus, Tylophora)"
Readily adapting to cultivation, "Tylophora barbata" prefers a well-drained soil and is propagated from seed or cutting. It is useful as a groundcover.
moved to other genera (Alexitoxicon, Ampelamus, Antitoxicum, Asclepias, Blyttia, Cynanchum, Dictyanthus, Diplolepis, Gonolobus, Heterostemma, Ischnostemma, Macroscepis, Matelea, Orthosia, Pentatropis, Petalostelma, Polystemma, Seutera, Telminostelma, Tylophora)
The larvae feed on "Tylophora anomala", "T. stolzii", "Cynanchum chirindense", "C. vincetoxicum", "Gymnema", "Marsdenia" (including "M. angolensis" and "M. racemosa") and "Secamone".
Tylophora cameroonica is a species of plant in the family Apocynaceae. It is found in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Uganda. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.