[ fˈamɪli ˈʌsniːsˌiː], [ fˈamɪli ˈʌsniːsˌiː], [ f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i_ ˈʌ_s_n_iː_s_ˌiː]
Related words: Usnea family, Usneaceae family, lichen family, fungus family, plants family
How to use "Family usneaceae" in context?
The Usneaceae are a family of flowering plants that have an antisymmetric trifoliate leaf arrangement. They are found in the southwestern and central United States, in the southwestern and eastern mountain ranges, and in the southeastern and eastern parts of South America.
The species in this family are small shrubs or small treelets, the majority of which are prostrate or ascending but a few species are erect. The leaves are opposite, serrated, and have small teeth along their margins. The flowers are small, white, and grouped together in cymes.
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