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Additionally, the thin, papery bark of Bursera simaruba was frequently used as a lining in the cup of the nest or in between layers of the nest structure.
The site is a fragment of tropical subdeciduous forest with Brosimum alicastrum (Maya nut), Bursera simaruba (gumbo-limbo), Cedrela odorata (red cedar), and Spondias mombin (yellow mombin) as dominant trees.
Camero (FSCA, E-2008-2858): 2 (4 ad[female][female]) (2 ad [female][female] deposited in BNHM, 2 [female][female] deposited in FSCA); Miami, Bursera simaruba, Jun 2008, H.
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.
Trees at localities in semi-deciduous forests included Astianthus viminalis, Astronium graveolens, Brosimum alicastrum, Bursera simaruba, B.
In hammocks of both Birch Park and Bonnet House, the canopy trees are primarily composed of Bursera simaruba (L.
FP 4 1 Bignoniaceae Tabebuia rosea F 4 2 Bombacaceae Ceiba pentandra S,L,B 0 0 Bombacopsis quinata F,FP,S 33 11 Ochroma pyramidale F 0 0 Boraginaceae Cordia alliadora S,F 2 1 Burseraceae Bursera simaruba S 50 8 Caesalpiniaceae Schirolobium parahybum F,L 9 4 Senna reticulata S 0 0 Tamarindus indica S 0 0 Chrysobalanaceae Licania platypus L 2 1 Combretaceae Terminalia catappa* S 8 1 Terminalia oblonga S 2 1 Combretum sp.