Alsophila


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Related to Alsophila: Alsophila pometaria
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Noun1.Alsophila - geometrid mothsAlsophila - geometrid moths      
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Geometridae, Geometridae - measuring worms
Alsophila pometaria - North American moth with grey-winged males and wingless females; larvae are fall cankerworms
fall cankerworm - green or brown white-striped looper; larva of Alsophila pometaria
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Other preferred species in the Lower Highland Seasonal Forest are Diatenopteryx sorbifolia, Ateleia glazioveana and Alsophila setosa, according to studies by REITZ et al.
Entre as 10 primeiras especies com maior valor de importancia, a elevada dominancia tambem determinou as posicoes de Psychotria vellosiana, Matayba guianensis, Aspidosperma parvifolium e Alchornea triplinervia, enquanto a elevada densidade e/ou a alta frequencia determinou as posicoes de Myrcia pubipetala, Alsophila setosa, Cabralea canjerana e Sorocea bonplandii.
Lu, "Xanthine oxidase inhibitors from the leaves of Alsophila spinulosa (Hook) Tryon," Journal of Enzyme Inhibition, vol.
Clusia (Clusiaceae); Vismia (Hypericaceae); Freziera (Theaceae); Cordia (Borraginaceae); Weinmannia (Cunoniaceae); Nectandra (Lauraceae); Quercus (Fagaceae); Clethra (Clethraceae); Saurauia (Actinidaceae); Toxicodendron (Rutaceae); Brunellia (Brunelliaceae); Alsophila (Filices).
& Gal.), helechos arborescentes (Cyathea sp., Alsophila sp.) y arboles de nogal cimarron o cedro nogal (Juglans pyriformis Liebm.).
Forst.) Ching (Simabukuro et al., 1993; Brum y Randi, 2002; Perez-Garcia et al., 2007); asi como para los helechos arborescentes Alsophila firma (Baker) D.S.
2014: Changes in the distribution of cloud forests during the last glacial predict the patterns of genetic diversity and demographic diversity and demographic history of the tree fern Alsophila firma (Cyatheaceae).
Autogamous allohomoploidy in Alsophila and Nephelea (Cyatheaceae): A new hypothesis for speciation in homoploid homosporous ferns.