Australian pine

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Synonyms for Australian pine

common Australian tree widely grown as an ornamental in tropical regions

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Among the top finds were the seed eater Bootanelleus orientalis, which is host specific to Australian pine, and a defoliator moth, Zauclophora pelodes.
Officials from the city, state and federal governments, along with the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF), are working with residents to remove Brazilian pepper, Australian pine and other green invaders--even if it means, as on this property, razing almost every living thing in sight.
Hundreds of exotic birds nest in the Australian pines that rim the island, and you may spy a furry raccoon staring down.
Along the route, gently swaying palm trees mingle with orange groves and imported Australian pines, while the view across the bay is striking for its absence of any tall buildings - just miles of unspoilt coastline.
farm and grazing land, and Australian pines and Brazilian pepper trees are slurping up Florida's fresh water.
Tall Australian pines surround much of the pond--it's 1.
Compounding these detriments, the clearing of native coastal habitat has opened the door to fast-growing non-native plants like Brazilian pepper and Australian pines, which can replace a once complex native plant community of 20 to 100 species with one or two dominant species.
There are several hotels along its long crescent, but they are small and hidden in a fringe of Australian pines, so the beach seems undeveloped.
Along the beach path that crosses over North Casey Key Road--so crowded originally with invasive Australian pines that the beach wasn't visible from the property--he built a walkover and lined it with beach daisies, sea grapes, green buttonwood and bendy Sabal palms.
First to be tackled was the front yard, essentially a thicket of Australian pines that had grown to 20 feet wide.
It's tucked away among the Australian pines at the northwest tip, with views up the Intracoastal to the village of Cortez and out through Longboat Pass to the Gulf of Mexico.
Those in the know don't swim at the very end--the water in Big Pass can be too turbulent--but they do moor their boats among the Australian pines on the bay side, wind-surf on the breezier Gulf side, picnic and enjoy the children's playground.
The intersection of Big Pass and the Gulf of Mexico is a favorite spot for picnicking, with tables, grills, a playground and nature trails under shady Australian pines.
For years they invited friends to the private shoreline, accessible only by boat, for beach parties and "camp-overs," when the shady property housed nothing more than a single dock and a grove of Australian pines.
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