amplectens

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  • Allium amplectens is a species of wild onion known by the common name narrowleaf onion.
  • Ouratea amplectens is a species of plant in the Ochnaceae family.
  • Some of these species include: Tripteris amplectens Harv.
  • Allium amplectens grows from a pinkish-brown bulb and sends up a naked green stem topped with an inflorescence.
  • Guzmania amplectens is a species of the genus Guzmania.
  • Berberis amplectens is a rare species of shrubs endemic to the Peninsular Ranges of southern California, east of San Diego.
  • Carex amplectens is a species of sedge that was first described by Kenneth Mackenzie in 1917.
  • Hypocreopsis amplectens is part of the family Hypocreaceae and genus Hypocreopsis fungi that form stromata on the stems of trees and shrubs.
  • Hypocreopsis amplectens and H. rhododendri are restricted to an oceanic climate.
  • Hypocreopsis rhododendri occurs on the western fringe of Europe, and has also been recorded historically from the Appalachian mountains in the eastern USA, and H. amplectens has been found at just four sites in Australia and New Zealand.
  • The Waianae Kokoolau (Bidens amplectens) is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae.
  • Hyparrhenia involucrata, Acroceras amplectens and Oryza barthii along with annual species were the main preference in the early rainy season, while long life grasses and forage from trees constituted three-fourths of the diet in the dry season.
  • In Victoria, H. amplectens has been classified as "vulnerable" under the Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988, and the Nyora Flora and Fauna Reserve was created partly because of its occurrence there.
  • Southern Delta The low-lying floodplains can sustain aquatic plants and grasses including the grasses Acroceras amplectens and Echinochloa pyramidalis, Burgu Millet (Echinochloa stagnina) and the lovegrass Eragrostis atrovirens.
  • The species may however be distinguished by their spore morphology: H. lichenoides has ellipsoid to short-fusiform, 1-septate spores; H. rhododendri has globose, 0-1 septate spores, and H. amplectens has cylindric, 2-3 septate spores.