Synonyms for wikstroemia or Related words with wikstroemia

weinmannia              chrysantha              laxiflora              randia              hexandra              populnea              subcordata              caffra              sandwicensis              speciosum              lyonia              fagraea              hernandia              wahlenbergia              dysoxylum              glabrescens              meliosma              auriculata              sessiliflora              oblongifolia              lannea              colubrina              peduncularis              filipes              cercidium              oahuensis              salicifolia              breviflora              clethra              porophyllum              colorata              tenuifolium              obtusifolium              heliotropium              marsdenia              radlk              aphyllum              heterophyllum              ellipticum              alchornea              latifolium              cuneifolia              garrya              bracteata              lancifolia              micrantha              puberula              grewia              chamaesyce              oreopanax             



Examples of "wikstroemia"
Wikstroemia villosa, with the common names hairy wikstroemia and hairy false ohelo, is a tropical species of plant in the Thymelaeaceae family.
The circumscription of genera in Thymelaeaceae has always been especially difficult, and is to some degree, artificial. For example, the difficulty of distinguishing "Daphne" from "Wikstroemia" has been commented upon by Rautenbach and Herber. Several small genera are probably embedded in "Daphne" or "Wikstroemia", or if "Daphne" and "Wikstroemia" are intermingled, these small genera might be embedded in both simultaneously. "Stellera", for example, is nested within "Wikstroemia", at least (see the phylogenetic tree below).
Wikstroemia taiwanensis is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae.
Wikstroemia skottsbergiana (also called Skottsberg's false ohelo and Skottsberg's wikstroemia) was a species of flowering plant in the Thymelaeaceae family. It was endemic to the island of Kauai in Hawaii, but became extinct due to habitat loss.
"Wikstroemia villosa" is currently classified as "critially endangered" (CR) by IUCN (since September 2016).
"Wikstroemia indica" () is one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine.
The genera "Tephrosia", "Wikstroemia", and "Barringtonia" are well known as fish poisons.
Wikstroemia fruticosa is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is found in Brazil.
Wikstroemia mononectaria is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to Taiwan.
The bark fibres of several species of "Wikstroemia" are used to make paper.
Wikstroemia paxiana is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Sichuan.
Wikstroemia elliptica is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to Guam and Micronesia.
Wikstroemia linearifolia is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Sichuan.
Wikstroemia parviflora is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Gansu.
Wikstroemia techinensis is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is found in China, specifically Yunnan.
Wikstroemia australis is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is endemic to Norfolk Island.
Wikstroemia liangii is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Hainan.
Wikstroemia gracilis is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Hubei and Sichuan.
The larvae feed on "Aleurites moluccanus", "Cheirodendron", various grasses, "Lythrum", mango, "Metrosideros", "Pittosporum", "Sonchus" and "Wikstroemia" species.
Wikstroemia coriacea is a species of plant in the Thymelaeaceae family. It is endemic to French Polynesia.