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Niebla ramosissima "Niebla ramosissima" was recognized as a result of undertaking a taxonomic revision of the genus in regard to developing a lichen flora of Baja California, which began in 1986. A peer review of the manuscript in 1990 suggested that additional herbarium collections be studied, especially of "Niebla" on the California mainland and in the Channel Islands. Additional specimens were studied through loans obtained by the United States National Herbarium (Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Botany Department) from the University of Colorado at Boulder and from the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. "Niebla ramossisima" was discovered among the borrowed specimens (of "Niebla"). The species is known only from the holotype (biology). It was collected by Charis Bratt, 12 February 1993. "Niebla ramosissima" has also been included under an extremely broad interpretation of "Niebla homalea" based on the assumptions that morphological variation in "Niebla" is environmentally induced and that chemical variation represents chemo-syndrome variation; however, this broad interpretation of "N. homalea" and other related species has inconsistencies in the taxonomic treatment of the genus.
Tournefortia ramosissima Tournefortia ramosissima is a species of plant in the Boraginaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Tamarix ramosissima "Tamarix ramosissima" is a hardy shrub or small tree native to Europe and Asia. It is a vigorous, deciduous shrub grown for its ornamental reddish stems, its showy plumes of flowers, and its unusual feathery leaves. Its hardiness and tolerance for poor soil make it a popular, easy to grow shrub. It can grow up to 8 m in height and up to 5 m in width. It can be used as a screen, windbreak, informal hedge or specimen shrub.
Cylindropuntia ramosissima "Cylindropuntia ramosissima" is native to the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts of the Southwestern United States, California, and Northwestern Mexico, and to Baja California and its Islas San Benito.
Utricularia ramosissima Utricularia ramosissima is a small- to medium-sized carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus "Utricularia". It is known only from Ubon Ratchathani Province in northeastern Thailand.
Scaevola ramosissima Scaevola ramosissima known as the (Purple Fan-flower or Snake flower) is a small shrub or climber in the family Goodeniaceae, native to south eastern Australia. The habitat is often near the sea, on poor sandy soils frequented by fire. Growing in the eucalyptus forest or heathlands.
Austrostipa ramosissima Austrostipa ramosissima, the Stout Bamboo Grass grows in moist areas in eastern Australia. It is often found in well drained habitats in eucalyptus woodlands or forests.
Euryomyrtus ramosissima The species performs best in a sunny or partially shaded, well-drained position. Plants may be propagated from semi-mature cuttings or seed, though the latter is not readily available
Phacelia ramosissima Phacelia ramosissima is a species of phacelia known by the common name branching phacelia. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to California and the Southwestern United States, where it can be found in many types of habitat.
Cylindropuntia ramosissima Cylindropuntia ramosissima is a species of cactus known by the common names diamond cholla and branched pencil cholla.