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Amphicarpaea bracteata Amphicarpaea bracteata (hog-peanut or ground bean) is an annual to perennial vine in the legume family, native to woodland, thickets, and moist slopes in eastern North America.
Raphitoma bracteata Raphitoma bracteata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
Philbertia bracteata Philbertia bracteata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turridae.
Veltheimia bracteata "Veltheimia bracteata" is a bulbous plant with glossy leaves. The flower stems arise from a rosette of basal leaves and blossom in an inflorescence arrangement which is typically surrounded by dense spikes. Plants are pollinated by birds. A fleshy seed is then produced at the end of August.
Veltheimia bracteata "Veltheimia bracteata" is native to the south-eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa.
Veltheimia bracteata "V. bracteata" is generally planted in early fall and is in full bloom till spring time. These plants have become popular in people's gardens because they do not need much and they add beauty to a winter garden. They grow in the shade, without much water, and can prosper in low temperatures. They are used to decorate houses, walkways and public facilities to bring a tropical feel. Winter hardy in USDA zones 9-10.
Beilschmiedia bracteata Beilschmiedia bracteata is a species of plant in the Lauraceae family. It is endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Mucuna bracteata Mucuna bracteata is a leguminous plant. It is a nitrogen-regulating plant that is used in agroecosystems operating around certain types of agricultural plant systems including: rubber trees, oil palm, citrus and coconut. "M. bracteate" is a cover crop which helps to cover and shield the soil from weeds or plants, as well as providing rapid growth for existing agricultural crops, preventing soil erosion, and providing nitrogen fixation. The "Mucuna bracteata" crop grows about 10–15 cm/day in conditions similar to those that rubber and palm oil plants thrive in.
Scleria bracteata "Scleria bracteata" grows widely in Mexico, Central America and tropical South America. Its habitat is wet forest, bush savanna and near streams.
Liatris bracteata "Liatris bracteata" might be a variety of "Liatris punctata", with the morphological differences primarily in the number of florets per flower head. It is genetically a hexaploid, while populations of "L. punctata" are diploid and tetraploid.