Pithecellobium


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Tree species Number of nests Cocos nucifera 1 Maytenus phyllanthoides 1 Coccoloba uvifera 2 Jacquinia aurantiaca 5 Avicennia germinans 7 Caesalphinia vesicaria 7 Suriana maritima 7 Seidroxylon celastrina 25 Pithecellobium keyense 43 Sideroxylon americanum 59 Conocarpus erectus 75 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Thus, from Guaymas northward to Rio Sonora, outlying bodies of tropical-xeric vegetation (thornforest) with some outstanding species such as Acacia cymbispina, Ceiba acuminata, Haematoxylum brasiletto, Ipomoea arborescens, Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum, and Pithecellobium sonorae are confined to streamways and their bordering depressions.
These other legume species reported from Andros are all additions to the world list (Keeler 2008), the most striking being the spiny, tiny-leaved, large-flowered Pithecellobium hystrix, with one nectary on each of its small, twice-compound leaves.
commutata, 1989 Yellow, Betula alleghaniensis, 252 76 1983 BLACK - MANGROVE Avicennia germinans, 1996 101 43 BLACKBEAD Ebony, Pithecellobium 173.
Fabaceae (Pea Family) Pithecellobium keyense * (Britton ex.
Isely MST (TTS) (leg; B, OA) Pithecellobium flexicaule (Benth.
The nine next most common diet species together represented an additional 46% of the total: Delonix regia--9% (Family: Caesalpiniaceae), Mangifera indica--6% (Family: Anacardiaceae), Tectona grandis--6% (Family: Verbenaceae), Pithecellobium saman--5% (Family: Fabaceae), Cocos nucifera--5% (Family: Palmae), Guazuma ulmifolia--4% (Family: Sterculiaceae), Elaeis guineensis--4% (Family: Palmae), Bombacopsis quinata--4% (Family: Bombacaceae), and Spondias mombin--3% (Family: Anacardiaceae).
2000), a common Neotropical species of tree in the Fabaceae has been moved from Pithecellobium to Balizia to Albizia and has had three different species epithets, resulting in six different names for the species (Table II).
commutata, 1989 189 81 57 284 Yellow, Betula alleghaniensis, 1983 252 76 91 351 BLACK-MANGROVE Avicennia germinans, 1996 101 43 57 158 BLACKBEAD Ebony, Pithecellobium flexicaule, 1995 173.
15 Acacia smallii 14 Clematis drummondii 14 Capsicum annuum 12 Pithecellobium flexicaule 12 Prosopis glandulosa 12 Tillandsia recurvata 12 Tillandsia usneoides 11 Leucaena pulverulenta 10 Phaulothamnus spinescens 10 Guaiacum angustifolium 9 Ziziphus obtusifolia 9 Acacia wrightii 8 Fraxinus berlandieriana 8 Heimia salicifolia 8 Malphighia glabra 8 Sapindus drummondii 8 Opuntia lindheimeri 7 Sida sp.
Vegetation in the central portion of the island includes scattered trees (Guaiacum officinale, Capparis odoratissima, Pithecellobium ungis-cati, and Ficus britonni), whereas coastal vegetation is dominated by mangrove (Conocarpus erectus) (Williams Trujillo 1980).
Metamerism, heterochrony, and inflorescence morphology of the Pithecellobium complex (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae: Ingeae).
On Saipan, nests were placed in Psychotria and Guamia mariannae (trees native to the Mariana Islands), whereas nests on Guam were placed in Pithecellobium dulce, Casuarina equisetifolia, Delonix regia, and Bruguiera gyrmnorrhiza, only two of which (C.
Pithecellobium, too, has sylleptically developing, persistent branches, but these are apparently strictly vegetative (Fig.