Background: The Australian plant Eremophila
nivea is a small shrub in the Scrophulariaceae family, growing to about 1-1.
and allied genera: A monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae.
populnea and Callitris glaucophylla with Eremophila
or Myoporum in understorey located around Spring Hill Picnic Ground and eastwards.
The target species are Taylor's checkerspot (TCS; Euphydryas editha taylori), Mazama pocket gopher (MPG; Thomomys mazama), and streaked horned lark (SHL; Eremophila
Finalmente, se han hallado vainas de Hoffmansegia eremophila
que tiene tuberculos comestibles en capa 2(4) (Pintar 2004).
Flicking through the fieldnote book, the plant host genera, Callitris, Grevillea, Allocasuarina, Eremophila
, Melaleuca, Leptospermum, Callistomen, Leschenaultia, Verticordia, Pimelia and Hibbertia stand out.
Three of the samples--Paulownia (Bignoniaceae or Paulowniaceae), Hebe (Scrophulariaceae or Plantaginaceae), and Eremophila
(Myoporaceae or Scrophulariaceae)--are from the Lamiales, and their floral formulae (Table 1) show some diagnostic features of this order, such as two-lipped zygomorphic flowers with two or four stamens (Judd et al.
Vegetation on the fringes of the lake is samphire herbland grading into Eremophila
and allied genera; a monograph of the plant family Myoporaceae.
Latz (1995:62) has recorded over seventy plant species as being utilised for healing purposes, one third of which can be found in the Acacia or Eremophila
Keywords: Aboriginal medicine; Eucalyptus; Tea tree; Lemon myrtle; Duboisia; Eremophila