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n.1.(Zool.) A genus of plant-eating beetles, including the potato beetle. See Potato beetle.
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Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) is the correct name of the non-native species in the Atlantic known as Grateloupia doryphora. Eur.
Remedies: Abelmoschus, Acetic Acid, Aethusa, Ailanthus, Anantherum, Argemon, Asclepias, Tuberosa, Baptisia, Benzoic Acid, Bryonia, Carbo Vegetabilis, Carnegia gigantean, Chamomilla, Doryphora, Euphrasia, Gallic Acid, Gambogia, Helleborus, Hyoscyamus, Ipecac, Lycopus, Mancinella, Nux Moschata, Nux Vomica, Paris, Petroleum, Polystyrene, Podophyllum, Pyrogenium, Rheum, Rhus Tox, Sacchrum Album, Sulphuricum Acidum, Thyroidinum, Veratrum Veride, Viscum.
Similarly, larvae of several chrysomelines rest in tight circular groups with the heads pointing inwards: Doryphora paykulli (Stal, 1859), D.
spores 25 days 1 m Deysher and (E) Norton (1982); Kendriek and Walker (1995) Grateloupia spores 10 km Villalard- doryphora (l) Bohnsack and Harlin (2001) Sarcothalia spores 900 m Opazo and crispate (E) Otaiza (2007) Crustose spores 900 m Opazo and corallines (E) Otaiza (2007) Fucus serratus spores 4 m Arrontes (I) (2002) Macrocystis spores 32 h 200 m Reed et al.
These early successes lead to a much greater interest in Australian medicinal plants in the nineteenth century leading to the discovery and use (often as tonic to aid digestion) of among others Sebacca orata, Alstonia constricta, Doryphora sassafras and Similax glyciphylla (3).
doryphora), Undaria pinnatifida, and Sargassum muticum (Table I)
Even so, some endemic or almost endemic Australian and New Guinea rainforest genera, even canopy trees, are found, such as the genus Doryphora (Monimiaceae), and include a large element of indigenous plant groups of the ancient rainforest flora.
The other species Doryphora sassafras is considered a late-successional species of the same forests (Helman 1983, Barrett 1992).
The object of their fears was the Colorado beetle (Doryphora [now Leptinotarsa] decemlineata), a small yellow insect adorned with ten black stripes down its elytra.