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densiflorusの例文

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  • The larvae feed on " Lithocarpus densiflorus ".
  • Some other members of the genus, such as " Asparagus densiflorus ", are grown as ornamental plants.
  • The larvae feed on " Lithocarpus densiflorus ", " Quercus chrysolepis " and mine the leaves of their host plant.
  • To the " Platycarpos " section were attributed some annual species with two ovules in the ovary and two seeds in the pod ( " L . densiflorus"
  • Most populations are monophagous and rely on plants including " Plantago erecto " and " Orthocarpus densiflorus " as its host species in developing from eggs through to larvae, pupae, and mature butterflies.
  • On Cahill Ridge, just west of San Mateo Creek and east of Pilarcitos Creek, at an altitude of 1, 000 feet, Oberlander measured fog drip beneath tanoak ( " Lithocarpus densiflorus " ), coast redwood and three Douglas fir trees, the latter 125 feet tall.
  • On Cahill Ridge ( just west of San Mateo Creek and east of Pilarcitos Creek, at an altitude of 1, 000 feet, Oberlander measured fog drip beneath Tanoak ( " Lithocarpus densiflorus " ), Coast redwood and three Douglas fir trees, the latter 125 feet tall.
  • Until recently a North American species, the "'tanoak "'or "'tanbark oak "'was included in the " Lithocarpus " genus ( " Lithocarpus densiflorus " ), but recent genetic evidence suggests that the North American species is only distantly related to Asian species, and Tanbark-oak has been moved into a new genus, " Notholithocarpus ", based on multiple lines of evidence.
  • Often used as an ornamental plant, it is considered an invasive weed in many locations . "'Asparagus fern "'and "'foxtail fern "'are common names; however, it is unrelated to true ferns . " A . aethiopicus " has been confused with " A . densiflorus ", now regarded as a separate species, so that information about " A . aethiopicus " will often be found under the name " A . densiflorus ".
  • Often used as an ornamental plant, it is considered an invasive weed in many locations . "'Asparagus fern "'and "'foxtail fern "'are common names; however, it is unrelated to true ferns . " A . aethiopicus " has been confused with " A . densiflorus ", now regarded as a separate species, so that information about " A . aethiopicus " will often be found under the name " A . densiflorus ".