References in periodicals archive ?
Aizoaceae, Apiaceae, Brassicaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Liliaceae, Plantaginaceae, Ranunculaceae, Solanaceae and Thymelaceae.
Lamiaceae Lamium amplexicaule ubiquitous Molluginaceae Mollugo verticillata * ubiqui tous Oxalidaceae Oxalis strirta * ubiquitous Plantaginaceae Plantago virginira w, s, e U.
It is about 8 Poaceae which are quoted certain species frequently ingested: Hordeum murinum and Poa annua, 1 Typhacee Typha latifolia and 1 Cyperacees Scirpus sp, followed by family of Iridaceae represented by Iris pseudacurus, and family of Plantaginaceae by Plantago crasiifolia.
Violeta-do-campo Plantaginaceae Diodella teres (Walter) Small - Rubiaceae Mitracarpus baturitensis Sucre - Rubiaceae Richardia scabra L.
94 Passifloraceae Passiflora tripartita 95 Oxalidaceae Oxalis medicaginea 96 Piperaceae Peperomia subspathulata 97 Plantaginaceae Plantago major 98 Tropaeolaceae Tropaeolum majus 99 Lythraceae Lafoensia acuminata 100 Asteraceae Calendula officinalis 101 Apiaceae Coriandrum sativum 102 Lamiaceae Melissa officinalis 103 Rosaceae Sanguisorba minor 104 Asteraceae Acmella mutisii 105 Asteraceae Artemisia absinthium 106 Asteraceae Tanacetum parthenium 107 Adoxaceae Sambucus nigra 108 Asteraceae Espeletia sp.
Otherwise, there are a lot of families with only one species in that area as Aquifoliaceae, Araliaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Cupressaceae, Ericaceae, Hypericaceae, Orobanchaceae, Oxalidaceae, Pinaceae, Plantaginaceae, Plumbaginaceae, Polygalaceae, Pyrolaceae, Rhamnaceae, Salicaceae, Saxifragaceae, Taxaceae, Urticaceae and Valerianaceae.
Several plant families are important oil sources for this group of bees, including Calceolariaceae, Iridaceae, Krameriaceae, Malpighiaceae, Orchidaceae, Plantaginaceae and Solanaceae (Vogel, 1974; Simpson, Neff, & Seigler, 1977; Machado, 2004; Renner & Schaefer, 2010; Martins, Aguiar, & Alves-dos Santos, 2013; Murua, Cisterna, & Rosende, 2014).
The twelve families (based upon the APG-III classification) having the highest number of species are Asteraceae (50 species), Poaceae (41), Brassicaceae (16), Cyperaceae (13), Fabaceae (13), Lamiaceae (13), Polygonaceae (12), Apiaceae (10), Caryophyllaceae (8), Plantaginaceae (8), Ranunculaceae (8), and Rosaceae (7).
Los pastos de los cuales se alimentan pertenecen a los generos Calamagrostis, Poa, Bromus y Stipa (familia Poaceae); Hypochoeris, Werneria y Senecio (familia Asteraceae); asi como algunas especies de las familias Rosaceae, Caprifoliaceae, Cyperaceae, Geranicaceae, Fabaceae, Juncaceae y Plantaginaceae (Sernanp, 2008; Flores, 2015b).
Greene wind poppy Plantaginaceae Plantain Family Antirrhinum coulterianum A.
major, also known as broadleaf plantain or greater plantain, is a member of the Plantaginaceae family, which is now widely dispersed throughout the world, though native to much of Europe as well as northern and central Asia.
Plantaginaceae Tifu (tipo) BistropogonmollisKunth Lamiaceae Ortiga comun Urticaurens Urticaceae Cola de caballo Equisetum bogotensiKunth Equisetaceae Salve real Salveofficinalis L.