Drymaria

Drymaria

a plant genus of the family Caryophyllaceae; contain an unknown toxin which causes tremor, diarrhea and liver and kidney lesions. Includes D. arenarioides (alfombrilla), D. cordata, D. diandra (tropical chickweed), D. pachyphylla (drymary).
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Dicotyledons Alternanthera pungens Lespedeza striata Bidens alba Callicarpa americana Drymaria cordata Vitis sp.
Nombre cientifico Nombre comun Familia Amaranthus spinosus Bledo Amaranthaceae Asclepias curassavica Viborana Asclepiadaceae Impatiens wallerana China Balsaminaceae Lepidium virginicum Lentejuela Brassicaceas Drymaria cordata Cinquillo Caryophyllaceae Ipomoea purpurea Churristate Convolvulaceae Cyperus odoratus Cortadera Cyperaceae Mimosa pudica Dormilona Leguminosae Boerhavia erecta Hierba blanca Nyctaginaceae Ischaemum indicum Ratana Poacea Pilea spp.
Son sus especies caracteristicas: Centaurium lomae (Gilg) Druce, Drymaria weberbaueri Muschl.
Mukherjee PK, Saha K, Bhattacharya S, Giri SN, Pal M, Saha BP (1997) Studies on antitussive activity of Drymaria cordata Willd.
Dermaptera: Doru taenitum (1) PLANTAS ADVENTICIAS Amaranthus spinosus (1), Bidens pilosa (1), Borreria latifolia (1), Chloris chloridea (1), Cyperus rotundus (2), Drymaria cordata (1), Echinocloa colona (1), Emilia fosbergii (1), Portulaca oleracea (1), Pteridium aquilinum (1), Richardia scabra (1), Rottboellia cochinchinensis (3) y Tithonia tubaeformis (1).
SC 536 r 2 Conyza trihecatactis h 2 Stevia serrata h 1 Subasociacion Peilaeetosum ternifoliae Pellaea ternifolia r 3 3 1 Peperomia galioides r 3 6 1 Leptodontium SC415 r 12 5 2 Salvia palaefolia r 1 1 Drymaria sp.
Asteraceae 46 Vernonia patens Kunth Asteraceae 47 Lobelia xalapensis Kunth Campanulaceae 48 Drymaria cordata (L.
Tonduz Dracaena fragrans 1934-02-27 Juvenal Valerio 1078 Drymaria cordata 1889-10-31 A.
1 a 1 m de alto destacan: Drymaria villosa, Sporobolus indicus, Bromus carinatus, Phytolacca icosandra, Bidens odorata, Senecio stoechadiformis, Halenia brevicornis, Valeriana robertianifolia, V.
The majority of the sampled species appear in Kunkel's (1984) list of food plants, to which we added Osmorhiza chilensis, from Argentina, and Drymaria gracilis, Galinsoga quadriradiata, Hydrocotyle bonariensis, Hydrocotyle mexicana, Margaranthus sulphureus, Oxalis latifolia, Sida glabra, S.