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At least 8 species of pyralids in the genera Cactoblastis, Sigelgaita, Tucumania, Salambona, and Ozamia were found attacking 17 species of Cactaceae in the genera Opuntia, Trichocereus, Cleistocactus, Monvillea, and Harrisia at 133 sites in Argentina (Table 1).
Effect of light on germination of seeds of Cactaceae from the Chihuahuan Desert, Mexico.
2004), gymnosperms (Contreras-Medina and Luna-Vega, 2007), and Cactaceae (Santa Anna del Conde et al.
The landscape is a mosaic of: (1) typical campos rupestres, which are areas of rocky outcrops with herbaceous vegetation and shrubs including Bromeliaceae, Cactaceae, Velloziaceae, Orchidaceae, Asteraceae, and scattered trees up to 3 m in height, especially Eremanthus erythropappus; (2) open fields, composed predominantly of herbaceous species of Cyperaceae, Poaceae, and Eriocaulaceae, and small shrubs with an average height of 1 m; and (3) capoes de mata, which are small areas of dense forest-like vegetation associated with wetter areas, such as springs and small streams with trees up to 8 m in height and many epiphytic plants.
Other families listed below with only one species: Mimosaceae, Urticaceae, Cactaceae, Ephorbiaceae, Myrtaceae, Malvaceae, Tamaricaceae, Moraceae, Umbelliferae, Rhamnaceae, Caryophllaceae, Thymelaceae, Plantaginaceae and Polygonaceae.
In the schematic chart of the Plant Sensations, there is no sycotic member of the Cactaceae family.
Opuntia Cactaceae Kanta fou-ir, Leaf sap, dillenii Foni-monsha stem (Ker-Gawl.
The incubation chambers were covered by pilose material of a Cactaceae, feathers, dry fibers of Velloziaceae, and pilose material of a gall that develops in a shrub of Erythroxylum spp.
Simoes (Apocynaceae) and the columnar Cactaceae Coleocephalocereus buxbaumianus Buining.
ficus-indica is a perennial plant that grows all over the world and belongs to the family of Cactaceae.
Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Aquifoliaceae, Berberidaceae, Cactaceae, Convolvulaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Gentianaceae, Lamiaceae, Linaceae, Loasaceae, Malvaceae, Melianthaceae, Monimiaceae, Nartheciaceae, Oleaceae, Passifloraceae, Plantaginaceae, Polygonaceae, Rubiaceae, Salicaceae and Tetrameristaceae (Table 1).
This contribution to the flora of Sao Paulo state, Brazil covers an interesting group of 12 flowering plant families, one monocot (Bromeliaceae) and eleven dicots (Araliaceae, Basellaceae, Bombacaceae, Cactaceae, Ebenaceae, Flacourtiaceae, Menispermaceae, Phytolaccaceae, Podostemaceae, Quiinaceae, Rubiaceae).