Delonix regia

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Frangipane, with its heady night-scented perfume really needs coastal humidity, along with Delonix regia, which you may find in 'older gardens,' and the many Albizia julibrissin around the parking spaces of Larnaca airport, delight visitors to the island as they shake their silky pink tassels in any breeze.
Coastal gardens with more humidity are full of exotics like Plumeria (Frangipane) and Delonix regia while Albizia julibrissin (silk trees) greet travellers as they park up at the new Larnaca Airport.
Delonix regia, which is known around the world as 'Flame of the Forest', lifts the eye to enjoy the wonderful red panicles of flowers.
Frangipani and Delonix regia love humidity and thrive best in the coastal towns.
Under this family, it was observed that the largest number (larvae) was observed for Delonix regia.
Effect of Delonix regia leaf extract on glucose tolerance in glucose-induced hyperglycemic mice.
It was discovered in early 19th century in its native island country Madagascar by botanist Wensel Bojer and it was named as Delonix Regia.
For example, damas trees on the streets in Deema will be replaced with neem while those in Hattan 1, 2 and 3 will be replaced with delonix regia.
Tree species present in the study site: Anona squamos, Polyalthia longifolia, Atlantia monophylla, Azadirachata indica, Zizyphus mouritiana, Zizyphus xylopyrus, Caesalpinia coriaria, Delonix regia, Cassia siamea, Cassia rouxburghii, Tamarindus indica, Prosopis juliflora, Acacia planifrons, Acacia leucophloea, Albizia lebbeck, Morinda pubescens, Santalum album, Borassus flabellifer, Wrightia tinctoria, Streblus asper, Pamburus missionis, Mangifera indica, Aegle marmelos, Mimusops elengi, Millingtonia hortenensis, Peltophorum pterocarpum, Erythrina indica, Adenanthrea pavonina, Thespesia populnea, Kigelia pinnata, Guazama ulmirolia, Madhuca longifolia, Couroupita guianensis.