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- Species Marantochloa alba – Gabon Marantochloa comorensis – Comoros, Madagascar Marantochloa conferta – West and Central Africa Marantochloa congensis...
- Marantochloa mildbraedii is a species of plant in the Marantaceae family. It is found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Republic...
- Marantochloa purpurea is a species of plant in the family Marantaceae. It is found in tropical Africa, where its natural habitat is moist lowland forest...
- ****atum (Aubl.) J.F.Macbr. (1931) Calathea conferta Benth. (1883) = Marantochloa conferta (Benth.) A.C.Ley (2011) Calathea congesta Calathea contamanensis...
- Hylaeanthe Hypselodelphys Indianthus Ischnosiphon Koernickanthe Maranta Marantochloa Megaphrynium Monophrynium Monophyllanthe Monotagma Myrosma Phacelophrynium...
- use on beds and floors), Schumannianthus dichotomus Several species recl****ified into genus Marantochloa "World Checklist of Selected Plant Species"....
- The habitat consists of forests. The larvae feed on Hypselodelphys and Marantochloa species. "Bebearia Hemming, 1960" at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and...
- habitat consists of forests. Adults feed on extrafloral nectaries on Marantochloa shoots. Torbenia at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and some other life forms...
- of forests. Adults are attracted to fallen fruit. The larvae feed on Marantochloa species, including M. purpurea. Bebearia oxione oxione (Sierra Leone...
- Tanzania. The habitat consists of dense forests. The larvae feed on Marantochloa species. "Bebearia Hemming, 1960" at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and...
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