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Clerodendrum floribundum There is some debate whether this plant is found in rainforests of the Illawarra. A.G.Floyd says it is found as far south as Batemans Bay and growing north to Cape York at the northernmost point of the continent. Then west through the Northern Territory and Western Australia. However, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney say records in the far south east may not be accurate.
Clerodendrum floribundum The leaves are host to the caterpillar of the Fiery Jewel Butterfly.
Cymbidium floribundum 3-Hydroxyoctanoic acid is a signalling chemical emitted by "C. floribundum" and recognized by Japanese honeybees ("Apis cerana japonica").
Apocynum × floribundum Intermediate dogbane is believed to be of hybrid origin because its characteristics are intermediate between "A. cannabinum" (Dogbane) and "A. androsaemifolium" (Spreading dogbane).
Clerodendrum floribundum The leaves may be drawn into a blunt tip, a prickle or a sharp tip. Leaves variable in shape, usually 4 to 15 cm long, 2 to 6 cm wide. The young leaves are not as hairy as with the related Downy Chance. The generic term "Clerodendrum" is from the Greek. Meaning "lottery tree". Dendros meaning tree. The lottery refers to an unsure possibility of a medicinal value from plants of this genus. The specific epithet "floribundum" refers to the abundance of flowers in showy heads. The common name Lolly Bush, refers to the similarity of the red and black fruit to lollies.
Myoporum floribundum "Myoporum floribundum" was first formally described in 1837 by George Bentham in "Enumeratio plantarum quas in Novae Hollandiae ora austro-occidentali ad fluvium Cygnorum et in sinu Regis Georgii collegit Carolus Liber Baro de Hügel", the original having been written by Allan Cunningham (botanist) but not published. The specific epithet ("floribundum") is a Latin meaning "flowering", "blossoming" or "flourishing".
Rhododendron floribundum Rhododendron floribundum (繁花杜鹃) is a rhododendron species native to northwestern Guizhou, southwestern Sichuan, and northeastern Yunnan in China, where it grows at altitudes of 1400–2700 meters. It is a shrub or small tree that grows to 2–10 meters in height, with leathery leaves that are elliptic-lanceolate or oblanceolate, and 8–13 × 1.8–3.8 cm in size. Flowers are magenta-rose with crimson flecks and blotch at base.
Hieracium floribundum The plant is 10 to 36 inches tall. The flowers bloom from June to July, are clustered, and are 1/2 inch wide. The leaves are hairy and spatula shaped.
Spathiphyllum floribundum "Spathiphyllum floribundum", snowflower, peace lily, is a flowering plant in the family Araceae, native to northwestern South America from Panama east to Venezuela and south to Peru.
Cymbidium floribundum The yellow margin orchid ("Cymbidium floribundum") is a species of orchid, also known as the golden leaf-edge orchid or golden-edged orchid.