- Malva + -aceae (Wiktionary)
“The most frequent plants are Eragrostis peruviana (Poaceae) and the endemic plants Atriplex chapinii, Thamnoseris lacerata and Cristaria insularis (Malvaceae).”
“Among them, the fern (Acrostichum aureum) and the Malvaceae (Hibiscus tileaceus) are the most widespread.”
“This sierra is considered a center of diversification for families such as the Malvaceae, and possibly Compositae and Malpighiaceae.”
“In the undergrowth, shrubs in the Rubiaceae and Solanaceae families are common and the herbaceous vegetation includes Cyperaceae, Poaceae, Leguminosae and Malvaceae.”
“The semi-deciduous forest is dominated by four families (Malvaceae, Sterculiaceae, Ulmaceae and Moraceae), with Celtis spp.,”
“In northern South America another mosaic, also causing chlorosis and leaf curl, has several hosts, eg other species of Manihot, some Chenopodiaceae and some Malvaceae.”
“Ceiba is in the Malvaceae, a family that also includes the baobab or boab trees of”
“If I turns out I don't like okra as much now as then, that's okay, because okra is in the Mallow family, Malvaceae, and has those big white to yellow flowers that sort of look like another member of that family, Hollyhocks.”
“The Sphaeralcea is part of the mallow family (Malvaceae), in which there are 40 to 60 species, including annuals, perennials and shrubs.”
“Theobroma cacao L. (Malvaceae) has already been featured on BPotD, so I'll give some additional information in the context of this specific project.”
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