ⓘ Codia

                                     

ⓘ Codia

Codia is a genus of trees and shrubs in the family Cunoniaceae. The genus is endemic to New Caledonia in the Pacific and contains 15 species. The leaves are opposite or whorled, simple, and the margin usually entire. The flowers are arranged in capitula. the ovary is inferior. The fruit is indehiscent and is covered with woolly hairs.

Extinct lamps codia, C. australiensis have been found in fossils in Australia, resembling the juvenile leaves of the living species in the genus. Lamps codia is most closely related to Australian Callicoma serratifolia.

                                     
  • Piero Codia born 22 October 1989 is an Italian competitive swimmer who specializes in butterfly. He holds the national records in the 50 and 100 meter
  • Candidula codia is a species of air - breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Hygromiidae, the hairy snails and their
  • Geometridae. It is found in New Caledonia. The larvae have been reared on Codia species. Yu, Dicky Sick Ki 1997 2012 Anisodes lateritica Holloway 1979
  • Morelet, 1845 Geomalacus oliveirae Simroth, 1891 Geomitridae Candidula codia Bourguignat, 1859 Xeroplexa arrabidensis Holyoak Holyoak, 2014 Xeroplexa
  • Candidula castriota Soos, 1924 Candidula cavannae Paulucci, 1881 Candidula codia Bourguignat, 1859 Candidula corbellai Martinez - Orti, 2011 Candidula coudensis
  • Architecture and of the Dominican College Engineers, Architects and Surveyors CODIA In 1996 Calventi joined the Dominican diplomatic corps and thereafter
  • Pittosporum mackeei. Plerandra mackeei See endemia.nc Plerandra mackeei. Codia mackeeana See endemia.nc C. mackeeana. Bulbophyllum keekee See endemia.nc
  • Northern Regional Dominican College of Engineers, Architects and Surveyors, CODIA in 1984 85 Elected Trustee Alternate to Santiago de los Caballeros in
  • Juan, Puerto Rico. 1967 Award for best student in architecture awarded by CODIA 1972 Highest Silver Prize of the Jaycees 1990 The Dominican Society of Architects
  • Most Distinguished International Architect from the Dominican Republic, CODIA Dominican College of Engineers 2011 Overseas Director of Liaisons of
  • Bithynia. Forms of Bithynia tentaculata include: Bithynia tentaculata f. codia Bithynia tentaculata f. excavata Bithynia tentaculata f. gigas Bithynia