But one thing is certain--when it comes to ecological pecking order, humans can't possibly measure up to algae, protozoa, or Furbish's lousewort
A shockingly pink woolly lousewort
that makes our naturalist guide squeal with delight.
Common tormentil, devil's-bit scabious, heath spotted orchid and lousewort
are all expected to thrive as a consequence of their chewing.
, Fen Lousewort
, Fen Betony; Wet roadside ditch and meadow; Infrequent; C = 6; BSUH 14684.
There are semi-parasitic plants like field lousewort
, yellow rattle, red bartsia, eyebright and common cow-wheat.
The flower of the lousewort
has a corolla, which is two-lipped.
Pedicularis lanata Mare's tail Hippuris vulgaris Purple rattle Pedicularis sudetica Crow foot Ranunculus spp.
microfauna (and flora) as the Delhi Sands flower-loving fly (Rhaphiomidas terminatus abdominalis), the furbish lousewort
(Pedicularis furbishiae), and the snail darter (Percina tanasi) received
html (noting that "[l]izards and lousewort
enjoy greater attention and legal protection" than the child en ventre sa mere).
leaves from bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus); willow herb (Chamaenerion angustifolium); Lapland lousewort
(Pedicularis lapponica); goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea); tufted hair-grass (Deschampsia caespitosa); three-leafed rush (Juncus trifidus); and stiff sedge (Carex bigelowii).
Ninety two percent of those surveyed favored protecting the bald eagle, 74 percent were in favor of protecting the crocodile, 47 percent thought protecting the indigo snake was worthwhile, 42 percent expressed support for the Furbish lousewort
, and 38 percent supported the Kauai wolf spider.
In outcrops it was a perennial lousewort
, Pedicularis semibarbata, and in clearings it was a small spring annual, Collinsia torreyi (both are Scrophulariaceae).