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Epiphytes Synonyms, Epiphytes Antonyms

8.15.2017 | Jennifer Bargeman
Epiphyte antonym

Synonyms for epiphytes at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

Climbing ferns and vanilla cling to the trunks, and a thousand epiphytes perch themselves on the branches.

Most of the trees, large and small, are literally weighed down with parasites and epiphytes.

The trunks of the trees near by were covered with epiphytes and creepers, and in the valleys grew ferns and violets.

Epiphytes, especially the bromeliads, provide refuge for a variety of tree frogs and small snakes.

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The trees on top of the mountain were mostly oaks (Quercus) and were festooned with ferns, orchids, and other epiphytes.

Here and there a few Bromeliace and some other epiphytes display themselves.

epiphyte from Gk. epi upon + phyton plant (see phyto-).

The trees, however, have not assumed a northern character; their trunks are covered with epiphytes.

There are no palms or tree-ferns, but the convolvulus abounds, and the evergreen trees are covered with epiphytes.

Most orchids are epiphytes, and so are many Bromeliace and Cactace.

Shrubby geraniums grow twelve or fifteen feet high, and some vacciniums grow as epiphytes on the trunks of trees.

Antonym of epiphyte

7.14.2017 | Logan Blare
Epiphyte antonym

Antonyms for epiphyte at with free online thesaurus, synonyms, definitions and translations.

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plant that derives moisture and nutrients from the air and rain; usually grows on another plant but not parasitic on it.

Synonyms: epiphyte, air plant, epiphytic plant, aerophyte.

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air plant, epiphyte, aerophyte, epiphytic plant (noun).

Epiphyte Synonyms, Epiphyte Antonyms

9.16.2017 | Nathan Becker
Epiphyte antonym

Synonyms for epiphyte at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

Aërides, Saccolabiums, and Vandas seem to be exceptions, as they represent the highest development of the epiphyte.

Here occurred the only Epiphyte observed during the expedition.

One is purely an epiphyte, growing attached to a tree like many of the orchids.

epiphyte from Gk. epi upon + phyton plant (see phyto-).

This epiphyte, too, is very different in structure from wheat-rust.

The same difficulty may have existed in the case of the herbaceous Miadesmia, if, as Miss Benson conjectures, it was an epiphyte.

Epiphyte, a plant growing on another plant, but not nourished by it, 36.

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28 Epiphyte Synonyms in Epiphyte Thesaurus

5.12.2017 | Logan Blare
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Epiphyte synonyms. Top synonym for epiphyte (other word for epiphyte) is aerophyte.

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Synonyms and Antonyms for epiphyte

6.13.2017 | Logan Miers
Epiphyte antonym

Synonyms and Antonyms for epiphyte. 1. epiphyte (n.) plant that derives moisture and nutrients from the air and rain; usually grows on another plant but not.

plant that derives moisture and nutrients from the air and rain; usually grows on another plant but not parasitic on it.