Definition of Stellaria Holostea. Meaning of Stellaria Holostea. Synonyms of Stellaria Holostea

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Definition of Stellaria Holostea

Stellaria Holostea
Stichwort Stich"wort`, n. (Bot.) A kind of chickweed (Stellaria Holostea). [Written also stitchwort.]

Meaning of Stellaria Holostea from wikipedia

- family Caryophyllaceae. It was formerly placed in the genus Stellaria, as Stellaria holostea, but was transferred to the genus Rabelera in 2019 based on...
- coenosipennella (feeds exclusively on Stellaria species), C. lineolea (recorded on S. graminea), C. lithargyrinella (recorded on S. holostea), C. solitariella (feeds...
- glomeratum, Myosoton aquati****, Stellaria alsine, Stellaria holostea, Stellaria media, Stellaria nemorum and Stellaria uliginosa. Full-grown larvae live...
- wing from mid-July to late August. The larvae feed on the shoots of Stellaria holostea. They live between shoots spun together with silk. Larvae can be found...
- wing from early July to early September. The larvae feed on Stellaria holostea and Stellaria uliginosa. Young larvae mine the leaves of their host plant...
- from April to June depending on the location. The larvae feed on Stellaria holostea. Young larvae mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the...
- are day-active. The larvae feed on the seeds of greater stitchwort (Stellaria holostea) and Thesium montanum. At the end of the larval stage it constructs...
- trifolia (N) Stellaria alsine (N) Stellaria corei (N) Stellaria graminea (I) Stellaria holostea (I) Stellaria longifolia var. longifolia (N) Stellaria media...
- trifolia (N) Stellaria alsine (N) Stellaria corei (N) Stellaria graminea (I) Stellaria holostea (I) Stellaria longifolia var. longifolia (N) Stellaria media...
- Arenaria serpyllifolia, Cerastium arvense, Cerastium glomeratum, Stellaria holostea and Stellaria media. They create a trivalved tubular, silken pale brown case...