Synonyms for wilsonii or Related words with wilsonii
Examples of "wilsonii"
"Iris forrestii" is similar in form to the smaller "Iris
" is pronounced as "EYE-ris WIL-son-ee-eye".
The species was first formally described in 1988 and named "Phebalium
Rare species associated with the community include "Hymenophyllum
" and a number of oceanic bryophytes.
is a species of conifer in the Pinaceae family.
crosses include; 'Blue Wilson'; 'Cleeton Moon'; 'Cleeton Starburst'; 'Meta'; 'Zeta'
"B. davidii" var. "
" is rare in cultivation, and not known to remain in commerce.
The Rare species "Hymenophyllum
" is known to be associated with the community.
The larvae feed on "Cassia fistula", "Pongamia pinnata", "Cryptocarya hypospodia", "Lagerstroemia speciosa", "Syzygium
", "Cupaniopsis anacardioides" and "Brachychiton acerifolium".
Algae ("Nitella flexilis") and ferns ("Hymenophyllum
", "Phegopteris connectilis", "Polystichum aculeatum" and "Dryopteris aemula") are also common.
Ensete glaucum, the Snow Banana, has also been classified as "Musa nepalensis", "Ensete giganteum", or "Ensete
(Common name: Faveiro de Wilson) is a tree species of legume of the Fabaceae family.
is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family. It was described by Horn in 1860.
is a species of lichen found in South America. It was first described to science as "Anzia
" by Veli Johannes Paavo Bartholomeus Räsänen in 1944, transferred to the genus "Pannoparmelia" in 1978, and finally transferred to "Menegazzia" in 2005.
The larvae feed on "Picea asperata", "Picea purpurea" and "Picea
". The larvae have a cream-yellow body and dark brown head.
" is known to be more vigorous in growth than "Iris forrestii" (the other yellow flowering iris) within the sibirica series.
Populus lasiocarpa, commonly called the Chinese necklace poplar, is a species of poplar native to humid forests of China. It is closely related to "Populus
", Wilson's poplar.
is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica. It is threatened by habitat loss.
is a species of plant in the Magnoliaceae family. It is endemic to China. It is threatened by habitat loss.
" will tolerate temperatures of up to – 15 degrees C. But may survive lower if protected or well mulched in winter.
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