epiphyllum


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Noun1.Epiphyllum - any cactus of the genus Epiphyllum having flattened jointed irregularly branching stems and showy tubular flowersepiphyllum - any cactus of the genus Epiphyllum having flattened jointed irregularly branching stems and showy tubular flowers
cactus - any succulent plant of the family Cactaceae native chiefly to arid regions of the New World and usually having spines
genus Epiphyllum - small genus of tropical American (mainly Central America) cacti
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El transecto siete tiene mayor numero de especies compartidas con los transectos ubicados al interior de bosque (2, 3 y 9) como Crossomitrium epiphyllum (Mitt.
This flower (possibly the species Epiphyllum oxypetalum), according to Randall's account, blooms one night a year.
Epiphyllum crenatum is a member of the cactus family and was originally discovered in Central America.
Kunth controlled to avoid use incompatible with species survival-Global Epiphyllum phyllanthus CITES Appendix II-Trade UNEP WCMC.
2008) para la Gliricidia sepium, Tithonia diversifolia, Leucaena leucocephala y Epiphyllum hookeri, con valores de Ca de 1.
In vitro estableshment and epiphyllum plantlets rejeneration of Nymphaea Daubeniana".
The three-ribbed shoots belong to Hylocereus, the two-ribbed shoots belong to Epiphyllum, while four and more ribbed shoots belong to Selenicereus genus (Hunt 2006, Tel-Zur et al 2011a).
El autor trae otro ejemplo: un cactus epifito de la jungla (tentativamente clasificado como Epiphyllum sp.
This does not apply to rat's-tail cactus, Christmas cactus, epiphyllum and prickly pears, all of which prefer to be kept at a temperature of at least 5-10 *C.
Morphology and phylogeny of two new pleurostomatid ciliates, Epiphyllum shenzhenense n.
subimbricata, Tillandsia fasciculata, Catopsis nutans, Vrieseaplatynema, together with small orchids, and a great amount of the epiphytic drooping Cactaceae: Rhypsalis, Epiphyllum and Hylocereus.