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  • "Astropecten scoparius " mostly breeds between June and August.
  • Native flowering plants include those of the genus " Cistus " and the common broom ( " Cytisus scoparius " ), though these species are not abundant.
  • This new population lays eggs on an additional food plant ( common deerweed, " Lotus scoparius " ) but shares physical and behavioral characteristics with the other now-extinct populations.
  • The mouse's diet consists of shrub fruits, seeds, and flowers, such as of " Rhus integrifolia, Lotus scoparius ", and " Salvia apiana ".
  • In the Macaronesian Islands, several species ( such as " Asparagus umbellatus " and " Asparagus scoparius " ) grow in moist laurel forest habitat, and preserve the original form of a leafy vine.
  • The flower buds and flowers of " Cytisus scoparius " have been used as a salad ingredient, raw or pickled, and were a popular ingredient for salmagundi or " grand sallet " during the 17th and 18th century.
  • On " Ulex " and " Cytisus scoparius ", they make a small hole in a bud that is not fully open and feed on the interior of the flower, before repeating the process in another flower.
  • It can fairly easily be mistaken for its wild parent " Cytisus scoparius " that is an invasive pest in many parts of the West Coast of the United States and Canada .'Lena'is a well-behaved desirable shrub.
  • The entire species was originally thought to be particular only to the locoweed or rattlepod ( " Astragalus trichopodus lonchus " ), but the population rediscovered in 1994 used common deerweed ( " Lotus scoparius " ) as its larval food plant.
  • They can mostly be encountered from May through August feeding on nectar and pollen of a variety of flowers ( for instance of " Lavandula stoechas ", " Cytisus scoparius ", " Thapsia villosa ", etc . ).
  • A mutualism between ants and larvae has been observed during the instars of butterfly development . " G . l . palosverdesensis " has a host-parasite relationship with its larval food plants, " Astragalus lonchus " and " Lotus scoparius ".
  • A study comparing the effects of the hemiparasite on native " Leptospermum myrsinoides " and the invasive legume " Cytisus scoparius ", found that Cassytha had little to no effect on the Leptospermum and significantly decreased the biomass and physiological capabilities of the introduced legume.
  • New Zealand broom is not closely related to the European species " Cytisus scoparius ", common broom, which has been introduced to New Zealand, where it is commonly known as " Scotch broom " and is classed as a noxious weed because of its invasiveness.
  • Now while it's true that there is some ( real-life ) connection between Cytisus _ scoparius and Broom _ % 28shrub % 29, some automatism behind the scenes shouldn't be keeping editors from doing what they see fit, this being just an example, after all.
  • After threshing is finished, to avoid mixing the dirty remnants with the clean, new stalks, the threshing floor must be cleaned first with a rake to move the heavier material, and then with several brooms ( in the narrow sense : they are typically made from " broom shrub "  " Cytisus scoparius "  and are stronger than domestic brooms ).
  • :It looks like Common Broom ( Cytisus scoparius )-a European native which has been introduced and is becoming a nuisance in parts of the western USA . To be certain I would need to see the whole shrub, not just a close up of the flower, as lots of the legume family have quite similar flowers . talk ) 07 : 51, 31 May 2016 ( UTC)
  • Main host plants are various legumes ( Fabaceae ), especially common broom ( " Sarothamnus scoparius " ) and dyer s greenweed ( " Genista tinctoria " ), but also alfalfa ( " Medicago sativa " ), vetches ( Vicia species ), sweet-clover ( Melilotus species ), crownvetches ( Coronilla species ) sainfoins ( Onobrychis species ), lupin ( Lupinus species ) and others.
  • This has resulted in numerous time-consuming conflicts with other editors, particularly when one name is prevalent in North America and another in the U . K . For examples see the edit histories and particularly the discussion pages for Verbascum thapsus ( common mullein ), Cytisus scoparius ( Scotch broom ), Cedar and Cedar ( disambiguation ) ( numerous common names ), Juniperus bermudiana ( Bermuda cedar ), Juniperus virginiana ( Eastern Red Cedar ), Libocedrus ( New Zealand cedar ).
  • Wild vegetation such as water reed ( " Phragmites australis " ), bulrush / cat tail ( " Typha " spp . ), broom ( " Cytisus scoparius " ), heather ( " Calluna vulgaris " ), and rushes ( " Juncus " spp . and " Schoenoplectus lacustris " ) was probably used to cover shelters and primitive dwellings in Europe in the late Palaeolithic period, but so far no direct archaeological evidence for this has been recovered.
  • Do馻 Ana County lies within the Chihuahuan Desert ecoregion, and the vegetation surrounding the built portions of the city are typical of this setting; it includes creosote bush ( " Larrea tridentata " ), soaptree ( " Yucca elata " ), tarbush ( " Flourensia cernua " ), broom dalea ( " Psorothamnus scoparius " ), and various desert grasses such as tobosa ( " Hilaria mutica " or " Pleuraphis mutica " ) and black grama ( " Bouteloua eriopoda " ).
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