Synonyms for vernicosa or Related words with vernicosa
Examples of "vernicosa"
The larvae feed on "Eucalyptus
". Feeding from inside a gall.
" is a shrub with striped bark and violet flower heads.
is a species of fiddleneck known by the common name green fiddleneck.
, the Varnished Maxillaria, is a species of orchid found in southeastern and southern Brazil.
The Black-eyed Daisy "Damnamenia
" bears white flowers that are , although the plant grows only to high.
In the early 20th century "E.
" was harvested for its oil, which was believed to have medicinal properties.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It is found in Brazil and Peru.
is a species in the genus "Tillandsia". This species is native to Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay.
" has been traditionally cited as an example of a morphological continuum along with Eucalyptus jonstonii, and Eucalpytus subcrenulata. A study from Mount Arrowsmith showed a strong relationship within those three species, linking altitude with changes in glaucousness, leaf morphology, growth rates, habit, capsule shape, bark thickness and degree of frost resistance. It was suggested that they represented close relatives of one species that was diverging to adapt to an environmental cline. However more recent genetic studies show that "E.
" is more distantly related to the "E. jonstonii/E. subcrenulata" complex, and the apparent morphological clinal intergradation between "E.
" and "E. subcrenulata" is probably a result of parallel evolution.
The only known species is Damnamenia
, called the black-eyed Daisy. It is endemic to New Zealand (Auckland and Campbell Islands).
" is a hairy annual herb somewhat similar to other fiddlenecks, but waxy in texture and pinkish in color along the lower stem.
is a Mexican species of flowering plants in the daisy family. It is native to north-central Mexico, in the states of Durango, Zacatecas, and Chihuahua.
The larvae feed on a fungus, "Daldinia
" which grows on burnt gorse and dead birch. It has also been recorded feeding on "Hypoxylon occidentale" in California.
The name "Nidularia" first appeared in the scientific literature in 1790 when Pierre Bulliard published "N.
" and "N. laevis". This name, however, was not validly published, as it predated the starting point for naming of gasteroid fungi (1801), and it lacked a generic description. Jean Bulliard gave a generic description in 1791 when he added "N. striata". "N. striata" and "N.
" are now placed in "Cyathus", while "N. laevis" is in "Crucibulum". Bulliard's concept of "Nidularia" is synonymous with "Cyathus".
Dickasonia is a genus of flowering plants from the orchid family, Orchidaceae. There is only one known species, Dickasonia
, which is native to the Himalayas from Darjeeling, through Bhutan and Assam to Myanmar.
is a tropical tree in the family Sabiaceae. It is a canopy tree of the cloud forest that reaches 20 to 25 meters tall. It prefers elevations of 1500 to 1700 meters. It is found in Costa Rica.
" is a branching subshrub up to tall with several stems arising from a woody underground caudex. The plant produces numerous flower heads each head with 3-5 yellow disc flowers plus 3-5 ray flowers.
" is a small, perennial, stoloniferous herb. It has glossy green leaves and white daisy flowers with dark purple centres. The plant flowers from November to January and fruits from December to March.
A number of Tasmanian alpine Eucalypts, including "E.
", are grown as ornamental trees and shrubs in Europe, and especially in the United Kingdom, due to their evergreen habit and similarity of climate.
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