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- Parsonsia is a genus of woody vines in the family Apocynaceae. Species occur throughout Indomalaya, Australasia and Melanesia. The leaves are opposite...
- Parsonsia straminea, commonly known as common silkpod or monkey rope, is a woody vine of the dogbane family, Apocynaceae. It occurs in the states of New...
- Australia and Southern Taiwan. Larvae feed on Parsonsia species, Tylophora hispida, Parsonsia helicandra, Parsonsia spiralis, and Cynanchum formosanum so both...
- Parsonsia howeana is a vigorous twining vine of the family Apocynaceae. It is endemic to Australia’s subtropical Lord Howe Island in the Tasman Sea. It...
- Parsonsia diaphanophleba is a woody vine of the family Apocynaceae. It is found in Western Australia and is listed as a priority 4 (rare, threatened,...
- Parsonsia curvisepala is a woody vine of the family Apocynaceae, found in Malaysia, New Guinea, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, and Sulawesi. This...
- Parsonsia capsularis is a climbing plant endemic to New Zealand in the family Apocynaceae. The common names for the plant are New Zealand jasmine or small...
- three Caribbean herbs, Morinda royoc, Desmodium abscendens, and Cuphea parsonsia Strongback, the Java libraries and framework introduced by FIRST Robotics...
- Parsonsia alboflavescens is a woody vine of the family Apocynaceae, found from tropical and subtropical Asia to Northern Australia. In the Northern Territory...
- Parsonsia heterophylla, commonly called New Zealand jasmine or kaihua, is a climbing plant endemic to New Zealand. It is found in wet lowland forest and...
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