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- Appendicularia is a genus of plants in the family Melastomataceae. The genus has two species: Appendicularia entomophila Appendicularia thymifolia Chen...
- Melastoma malabathri****, known also as Malabar melastome, Indian rhododendron, Singapore rhododendron, planter's rhododendron and senduduk, is a flowering...
- - Malabar melastome, Singapore rhododendron, senduduk, senggani synonyms: Melastoma septemnervium, Melastoma candidum) - Asian melastome Melastoma maraiparaiense...
- genera and c. 5115 known species. Melastomes are annual or perennial herbs, shrubs, or small trees. The leaves of melastomes are somewhat distinctive, being...
- Euphorbiaceae (spurge family): 5,735; Melastomataceae or Melastomaceae (melastome family): 5,005; Myrtaceae (myrtle family): 4,625; Apocynaceae (dogbane...
- [citation needed] There are also a variety of plants like karvi and malabar melastome. Physico-chemical analysis showed that the water of the Hiranyakeshi River...
- The following is a list of widely known trees and shrubs. Taxonomic families for the following trees and shrubs are listed in alphabetical order, likewise...
- Melastoma sanguineum is called red melastome or fox-tongued melastoma in English. They are erect shrubs or small slender trees with medium-sized violet-pink...
- including the Madagascar periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus); Melastomataceae (melastomes, 341 – 98%), mainly trees and shrubs. A checklist from 2012 records 751...
- with the con****uous ladder-like venation that is characteristic of most melastomes. As a member of Melastomeae, Tibouchina also has capsular fruit and cochleate...
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