Jacquinia


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En zonas mas abiertas son frecuentes Justicia carthagenensis (Acanthaceae), Weddelia symmetrica (Asteraceae), Ibervillea tenela (Solanacaee), Panicum maximum, Urochloa fasciculata, Leptothrium rigidum (Poaceae), algunas plantas crasas como Euphorbia tythimaloides (Euphorbiaceae), Pilosocereus lanuginosus, Melocactus curvispinus (Cactaceae), rosetas de Agave cocui (Agavaceae) y arbustos armados con tricomas urticantes o espinas como Cnidosculus urens (Euphorbiaceae) y Jacquinia aristata (Theophrastaceae).
2 13 7 Total Familia 13 7 THEOPHRASTACEAE Jacquinia aristata 3.
Theophrastaceae) --formerly Jacquinia pungens-- (Janzen 1970, 1983, Daubenmire 1972, Bullock and Solis-Magallanes 1990, Stahl and Kallersjo 2004) belongs to this category.
Jacquinia pungens, a heliophile from the understory of deciduous forest.
cotinifolia, Forchhammeria pallida, Hura polyandra, Inga eriocarpa, Jacquinia pungens, Licania arborea, Lysiloma microphyllum, Lonchocarpus eriocarinalis, Pseudobombax ellipticum, Sapindus saponaria, Sideroxylon capiri, Spondias purpurea, Tabebuia chrysantha, T.
Abstract: In the dry forest of Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica, the understory shrub Jacquinia nervosa presents an inverse pattern of phenology that concentrates vegetative growth and reproduction during the dry season.
Key words: escape hypothesis, Jacquinia nervosa, inverse phenology, insect herbivory, tropical dry forest.
At Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica, the only species with this type of leafing phenology is the understory shrub Jacquinia nervosa (Janzen 1970b, Daubenmire 1972, Wright 1996).
This shrub, like the rest of the 33 species in the genus Jacquinia, has coriaceous, simple and alternate leaves, and a modified leaf apex in the shape of a spine (Stahl 1995).
In contrast to Janzen (1970b) a high proportion of fruits and seeds in Jacquinia did not escape damage by moth larvae of the Family Tortricidae and curculionid beetles.
Analizamos la hipotesis de "escape de la herbivoria" como explicacion para la fenologia foliar inversa del arbusto de sotobosque del bosque seco Jacquinia nervosa, el cual produce sus hojas durante la estacion seca y se mantiene sin ellas durante la estacion lluviosa.
bucidaefolia, Caesalpinia violacea, Cameraria latifolia, Cordia dodecandra, Diphysa carthagenensis, Erythroxylum confusum, Guettarda gaumeri, Gymnopodium floribundum, Haematoxylum campechianum, Jacquinia aurantiaca, Lonchocarpus rugosus, L.
In contrast, several of the most common species in the ungrazed area included species characteristic of mature tropical dry forest (Hartshorn, 1983) such as Luehea candida, Calycophyllum candidissimum, Jacquinia spinosa, and Pachira quinata.
recordii, Pistacia mexicana, Alvaradoa amorphoides, Jacquinia aurantiaca y Juliana adstringes.