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saxicolous

[sak′sik·ə·ləs]
(ecology)
Living or growing among rocks.
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Spharagemon saxatile Morse: The records presented here are the first of this species from the state of Tennessee.
However, even if we admit that the bibliographical indication was sufficient at that time, the name-giving taxon Galium saxatile is missing in the 'Nardetum gudaricum' (ICPN art.
Moench manzanilla real, (SALA 17069) tomilleja, meaperros, siempreviva, flor de San Juan, perpetua Phagnalon saxatile W Yesca, hierba de la (L.
The other best-known species, the bright yellow rock plant Alyssum saxatile, has also been shunted off to be called Aurinia saxatilis.
2]) 15 15 12 10 12 1 Cover (%) 15 25 12 10 70 50 Releve number 1 2 3 4 5 6 Characteristics Cosentinia velleae 4 1 Phagnalon saxatile 2 2 2 Rumex induratus + 1 Anarrhinum bellidifolium + + + Adiantum capillus-veneris 2 Antirrhinum lopesianum 2 1 Dianthus lusitanus 1 Linaria saxatilis 1 + Scrophularia valdesii 2 Companions Sedum album 2 3 Umbilicus rupestris + + + 1 Cheilanthes tinaei 3 Arrhenaterum elatius 1 Brachypodium dystachium 1 Euphorbia segetalis + Linaria amethystea + Targionia hypophylla 1 Ficus carica + + Geranium lucidum + + + Milium vernale + Homalothecium sericeum + + Annogramma leptophylla + + Parietaria lusitanica 1 1 Localities: All releves from Salamanca (Spain).
Take cuttings of herbs such as sage, rosemary, thyme and cotton lavender, and soft evergreens such as candytuft, rue and the golden-flowered Alyssum saxatile.