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any of several South American ornamental woody vines of the genus Bougainvillea having brilliant red or purple flower bracts

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Taxa Occurrence Remarks Class Hydrozoa Owen, 1843 "Superorder Anthoathecata" Cornelius, 1992 "Order Filifera" Kuhn, 1913 Family Bougainvilliidae Lutken, 1850 Bougainvillia muscus RG Immature colonies, (Allman, 1863) epizoic on H.
It's an extraordinary thing to find in bloom in the dead of winter, and far more beautiful than any showy tropical bougainvillia.
The species associated with shallower strata, lower temperature and higher dissolved oxygen were Bougainvillia muscus, Leuckartiara octona and B.
Bougainvillia muscoides, Proboscidactyla stellata, showed that their presence and higher abundance occurred throughout the water column in association with all strata.
On Bougainvillia Way in Canyon Country, mud has already crashed into one homeowner's back yard, Barrera said.
Description of a new hydromedusa from southwestern Atlantic Ocean, Bougainvillia pagesi sp.
Most of these are the cosmopolitan species Bougainvillia muscus (Allman, 1863).
About 65% of publications are about the genera Bimeria (which is benthic) and Bougainvillia.
In this area, strong seasonal fluctuations have been established in jellyfish abundance in winter and spring, observing 33 species with a summer dominance of Amphogona apicata, Bougainvillia muscoides, Clytia simplex, Cunina peregrina, Hydractinia tenuis, Obelia spp.