Bursera


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Camero (FSCA, E-2008-2858, deposited in BNHM): 1 (1 2nd2), 1 (3 2nd [male][male]): 2 (4 1st); Miami, Bursera simaruba, Jun 2008, H.
With that timing, and the age of a Bursera fossil, Becerra used models of evolutionary change to date critical branchings within the Bursera and Blepharida lineages.
Species containing nest Vegetation within 5 m of nest (a) 1 Olneya tesota OT, CE, PP, FD, CC 2 Cilindropuntia cholla BE, PP, CE, BM, JU, JC 3 Bursera microfila CC, LC, BE, BM, CE, JU 4 Cytocarpa edulis CC, JC, CE, LC 5 Cilindropuntia cholla CC, CE, FD, ST 6 Cytocarpa edulis CE, CC, FD 7 Cilindropuntia cholla CC, BM 8 Bursera microfila CE, CC, JC 9 Cytocarpa edulis CC, JC, CE, LC 10 Cytocarpa edulis CE, CC, FD, JC 11 Cilindropuntia cholla CC, CE, FD 12 Stenocereus thurberi PA (a) OT = Olneya tesota, CE = Cyrtocarpa edulis, PP = Pachycereus pringlei, FD = Fouquieria diguetii, CC = Cilindropuntia cholla, BE = Bursera eppinata, BM = Bursera microphylla, JU = Jatropha cuneata, JC = Jatropha cinerea, LC = Lysiloma candida, ST = Stenocereus thurberi, PA = Prosopis articulata.
laciniata, [star] 1994 Mexican, Sambucus mexicana, 95 41 26 143 2005 Pacific red, Sambucus 56 27 32 91 callicarpa, 2001 Elephant-tree Bursera microphylla, 2005 34 16 28 57 Elliottia Elliottia racemosa, 1989 36 47 20 88 Elm American, Ulmus americana, 277 122 84 420 2001* American, Ulmus americana, 282 122 68 421 [star] 2002* Cedar, Ulmus crassifolia, 156 120 68 293 2001 Florida, Ulmus americana var.
In central Mexico, the tree bearing copalli, the Nahuatl root word for resin, is the species Bursera bipinnata, closely related to the trees in Arabia that produce frankincense and myrrh.
Bursera frenningae, Coccothinax inaguensis, and Euphorbia gymnonota) came from the living collections of Fairchild (Table 1).
Dominant trees in the area include Astianthus viminalis, Astronium graveolens, Brosimum alicastrum, Bursera simaruba, B.
The vegetation at the study site was dominated by the native tree Bursera graveolens (Burseraceae) (51% relative cover) and the endemic Galapagos lantana (Lantana peduncularis) (46% relative cover).
fruits of Bursera graveolens to extract oil in Zapotillo, Loja; R Galiano, pets.
In hammocks of both Birch Park and Bonnet House, the canopy trees are primarily composed of Bursera simaruba (L.
26 18 laciniata, 1994 Mexican, Sombucus mexicana, 1994 134 33 Pacific red, Sambucus 48 36 callicarpa, 1993 (*) Pacific red, Sambucus 56 27 callicarpa, 1998 (*) ELEPHANT - TREE Bursera microphylla, 1997 (*) 17 13 Bursera microphylla, 1998 (*) 21 12 ELLIOTTIA Elliottia racemosa, 1999 34 43 ELM American, Ulmus americana, 1997 (*) 282 112 American, Ulmus americana, 2001 (*) 277 122 Cedar, Ulmus crassifolio, 2001 162 127 Florida, Ulmus americana var.
1991) include: saltbush with species of Atriplex and Salicornia; halophyte scrub with species of Ambrosia, Bursera, Bouteloa and Muhlenbergia; coastal dunes with species of Abronia, Dalea and Plantago, and the Sarco-crasicaule scrub with species of Acacia, Jatropha, Larrea, Opuntia and Yucca.
vegetation at the site was tropical dry forest and some common plants in the area were tzompantle, coral tree (Erythrina americana), Conzattia multiflora, Lysiloma divaricata, cuayotomate (Vitex mollis), chiclillo (Stemmadenia bella), firebush (Hameliapatens), and Bursera grandifolia.
Nesting Plants BLCA (b) WCPI(c) Red mangrove (a) Rhizophora mangle 6 5 Black mangrove (a) Avicennia germinans 6 5 Buttonwood (a) Conocarpus erectus 6 5 Sapodilla, sapote Manilkara zapota 6 Gumbo limbo, red birch Bursera simaruba 5 Seagrape (a) Coccoloba uvifera 5 Black torch (f) Erithalis fruticosa 5 Poisonwood Metopium spp.