Synonyms for uniflora or Related words with uniflora
Examples of "uniflora"
is a tentatively accepted name by the RHS.
It is the pollinator of the orchid "Disa
" is native to temperate regions of Asia.
" - "Psidium guajava"- "Psidium cattleianum" - "Plinia trunciflora" - "Campomanesia corymbosa".
is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica.
has only one known variant, as others found were re-classed as synonyms.
is a species of plant in the Capparaceae family. It is endemic to Panama.
Among the many introduced species are the beach sheoak ("Casuarina equisetifolia") and Suriname cherry ("Eugenia
is a species of orchid and is the type species of its genus.
" closely resembles "Orobanche fasciculata". The two species can be differentiated by their bracts and number of flowers. "O. uniflora's" bracts are hairless while "O. fasciculata's" bracts are hairy. The flowers of "O.
" has one to three flowers on each stem branch while "O. fasciculata" has three to ten flowers per stem branch. "O. fasciculata" has flowers that are pinkish to creamy-white, unlike "O.
" which is tinged with violet.
is a species of flowering plant in the pink family Caryophyllaceae known by the common name sea campion.
is a species of orchid endemic to Peru (Junín). It is the type species of the genus "Masdevallia".
In east Siberia, "Aphis neonewtoni" (Pashtshenko) is found on the upper sides of the leaves of "Iris
Like most mycoheterotrophic plants, "M.
" associates with a small range of fungal hosts, all of them members of Russulaceae.
The larvae feed on "Lycopersicon" species (including "Lycopersicon esculentum"), "Brugmansia arborea", "Brunfelsia
", "Capsicum annuum" and "Solanum sisymbriifolium".
The larvae feed on "Thryptomene calycina", "Psidium guajava", "Psidium littorale", "Syzygium jambos", "Eugenia
" and "Metrosideros collina".
, common names: Singleflower Knapweed, is a perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the genus "Centaurea" of the Asteraceae family.
" is distributed in Austria, Albania, Bulgaria, Montenegro, France, Greece, Italy, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia and Switzerland.
The poppy family (Papaveraceae) has steer's head ("Dicentra
") and few-flowered bleeding heart ("D. pauciflora"), each growing to .
is a species of flowering plant in the Clusiaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Peninsular Malaysia.
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