Synonyms for umbellata or Related words with umbellata
Examples of "umbellata"
" contains the carotenoid, lycopene.
The larvae feed on the fruit of "Comandra
The larvae feed on "Ipomoea tiliacea" and "Merremia
The larvae feed on "Elaeagnus multiflora", "Elaeagnus
", "Acer ginnala" and "Quercus" species.
The larvae feed on "Morinda" and "Paederia" species, including "Morinda
" in Hong Kong.
The larvae feed on "Ipomoea setifera", "Ipomoea tiliacea" and "Merremia
The larvae feed on "Eriobotrya japonica", "Rhaphiolepis
" and "Photinia lucida".
Only two larvae are known, and these were reared on "Hydrocotyle
, monkey paws, is a species of flowering vine in the family Marcgraviaceae.
The larvae feed on "Turbina corymbosa", "Merremia
" and "Ipomoea" species.
Larvae have been recorded on "Borreria", "Morinda citrifolia" and "Morinda
", as well as "Pentas lanceolata".
The larvae feed on various plants, including "Elaeagnus
", "Ceanothus americanus" and "Digitaria" species.
The larvae feed on "Ipomoea batatas", "Ipomoea setifera", "Merremia
", "Rivinia humilis", "Bougainvillea spectabilis" and "Bohemeria nivea".
The larvae probably feed on "Genista
". They mine the stems and thorns of their host plant.
"Cavanillesia hylogeiton" and "Cavanillesia
" are used as an additive to some versions of the hallucinogenic drink Ayahuasca.
is known as Japanese silverberry,
oleaster, autumn olive, autumn elaeagnus, or spreading oleaster. The species is indigenous to eastern Asia and ranges from the Himalayas eastwards to Japan. Because it fixes atmospheric nitrogen in its roots, it often grows vigorously and competitively in infertile soils.
Among the new flora should be noted Centaurea cineraria veneris, Iberis
var. linifolia, exclusive in Palmaria, Centaurea aplolepa lunensis, endemic in eastern Liguria.
The larvae feed on "Echites
", "Ficus carica" and other "Ficus" species. Pupation takes place in cocoons spun amongst leaf litter.
The genus "Burchardia" is named for German botanist Johann Heinrich Burckhardt. The species name "
" is Latin for "umbrella", referring to the umbels of flowers.
, common name garden candytuft or globe candytuft, is a herbaceous annual flowering plant of the genus "Iberis" and the family Brassicaceae.
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