Cyrilla racemiflora


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Synonyms for Cyrilla racemiflora

shrub or small tree of southeastern United States to West Indies and Brazil

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Pinus caribaea (Pincar), Pinus tropicalis (Pintro), Faramea occidentalis (Farocc), Alibertia edulis (Aliedu), Byrsonima coriacea (Byrcor), Cyrilla racemiflora (Cyrrac), Xylopia aromatica (Xylaro), Matayba apetala (Matape), Brya microphylla (Brymic), Clidemia hirta (Clihir), Roigella correifolia (Roicor), Conostegia xalapensis (Conxal), Sorghastrum stipoides (Sorsti), Cyathea arborea (Cyaarb), Jenipa americana (Jename), Parathesis cubana (Parcub), Davila rugosa (Davrug), Tabernaemontana citrifolia (Tabcit), Callophyllun pinetorum (Calpin), Abarema obovalis (Abaobo), Acoelorrhaphe wrightii (Acowri), Costaea cubensis (Coscub), Befaria cubensis (Befcub) y Curatela americana (Curame)
In contrast, Cyrilla racemiflora, Dacryodes excelsa, Tetragastris balsamifera, Micropholis guyanensis, Schefflera morototoni, Micropholis garciniifolia, and Manilkara bidentata favored ridges and slopes.
excelsa had its best development on ridges, Cyrilla racemiflora and Micropholis garciniifolia on slopes and ridges, and P.
Weaver PL (1986) Growth and age of Cyrilla racemiflora L.
In addition to Weinmannia pinnata and Cyrilla racemiflora, some of the
urbanii, Cyrilla racemiflora, Eugenia alpina, Weinmannia pinnata and
3 m for Cyrilla racemiflora, both significantly higher than in tree ferns; Scheffe F tests, P [less than] 0.
Alchornea latifolia and Cyrilla racemiflora was less than in the prehurricane period (Table 4).
7 Boehmeria caudata 21 14 Eugenia monticola 42 14 Cyrilla racemiflora 182 14.
Haenianthus incrassatus, which forms intraspecific root grafts; it may also be true for Cyrilla racemiflora, which forms root grafts in other sites (Thomas 1960).
In Puerto Rican montane forests, Weaver (1986b) believed that the size structure of a population of Cyrilla racemiflora was due to recruitment of stems following hurricanes in 1867 and 1932.
Cyrilla racemiflora is a typical component of the wetlands ecosystem in the Southeast.
The "colorado forest," named for the large colorado tree, Cyrilla racemiflora L.
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.
forbesii, 2001 CYPRESS - PINE Blue, Callitris hugelii, 180 60 1994 ([DELTA]) CYRILLA Littleleaf, Cyrilla racemiflora 33 21 var.