Colubrina


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Synonyms for Colubrina

mostly tropical American shrubs or small trees with small yellowish flowers and yellow or red fruits

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Wari ritual power at Conchopata: an interpretation of Anadenanthera colubrina iconography.
The original biome of the area is a subtropical forest called "the yungas forests," with numerous tree species of high economic value (Anadenanthera colubrina, Calycophyllum multiflorum, Phyllostylon rhamnoides, Astronium urundeuva, Maclura tinctoria, Cordia trichotoma, among others).
aviculare 124 Sideroxylon celastrina 123 Forestiera angustifolia 115 Mimosa asperata 104 Randia rhagocarpa 77 Lycium berlanderiana 76 Cordia biossieri 71 Colubrina texana 67 Condalia hookeri 56 Zanthoxylumfagara 51 Malpighia glabra 48 Total plants 7948 Table 2 Means of the percent cover with standard error of the mean in parentheses for ground layer species.
The two fossils described by Calvillo-Canadell and Cevallos-Ferriz (2007), Nahinda axamilpensis and Coahuilanthus belindae are found well nested in different clades, as sisters to Colubrina and Sageretia respectively.
melanocarpa Cherry Sour Prunus cerasus Chinkapin Florida Castanea alnifolia Cinnecord Acacia choriophylla Coconut Palm Cocos nucifera Cocoplum Chrysobalanus icaco Colubrina Coffee Colubrina arborescens Colubrina Cuba Colubrina cubensis Corkwood Leitneria floridana Cranberrybush American Viburnum trilobum Crossopetalum Florida Crossopetalum rhacoma Cupania Florida Cupania glabra Cypress Cuyamaca Cupressus arizonica v.
These traits observed in the sculptures are said to indicate nasal snuffing of hallucinogenic drugs such as Anadenanthera colubrina (Torres 2008; Burger 2011), and the narrow spoons from Unit P2 seem to be suitable for nasal snuffing.
kenaica (AK) BITTERBUSH Picramnia pentandra * (FL) BURNINGBUSH Western Euonymus occidentalis * (WA, OR) CAJEPUT-TREE Melaleuca quinquenervia # (FL) CAMPHOR-TREE Cinnamomum camphora # (FL) CAPER Limber Capparis flexuosa * (FL) CASTORBEAN Ricinus communis (FL) CEANOTHUS Feltleaf Ceanothus arboreus * (CA) CEANOTHUS Greenbark Ceanothus spinosus * (CA) CHINKAPIN Allegheny Castanea pumila (NJ, PA) CHINKAPIN Ozark Castanea ozarkensis (MO, AR, OK) COCOPLUM Chrysobalanus icaco * (FL) COLUBRINA Coffee Colubrina arborescens * (FL) COLUBRINA Cuba Colubrina cubensis * (FL) CROSSOPETALUM Florida Crossopetalum rhacoma * (FL) CYRILLA Littleleaf Cyrilla racemiflora var.
Knobloch (2000) identified an art motif of Middle Horizon Wari culture to be the hallucinogenic plant, Anadenanthera colubrina, linking it to state religious ideology and administration.
colubrina, the source of the sacred huilca snuff used in western South America (Gollan & Gordillo 1994; Wassen 1967).
MST (sam; B, OA) Rhamnaceae Colubrina greggii Gray MST (cap; B, OA) C.