Pseudobombax


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En cualquier caso es destacable la presencia reiterada de representantes de los generos Amphipterygium, Bursera, Caesalpinia, Ceiba, Cordia, Lysiloma, Pseudobombax, entre otros.
High outbreading as a consequence of selfed ovule mortality and single vector bat pollination in the Amazonian tree Pseudobombax munguba (Bombacaceae).
This opportunistic species is a general flower feeder, commonly found on plants, such as Allophylus occidentalis, Casearia corymbosa, Citrus sinensis, Coffea arabica, Daturia sanguinea, Gardenia jasminoides, Lawsonia alba, Leucaena glauca, Mangifera indica, Musa sp, Persea americana, Psidium guajava, Psidium molle, Pseudobombax sp.
Germination within the large Neotropical genus Pseudobombax is still poorly studied and the few published works are restricted to the germinability assessment, and sometimes to the speed of the process, based on the first and the last seed germinated in experimental conditions (Souza & Valio 2001, Souza-Silva et al.
guidonia, Calophyllum brasiliense, Copaifera langsdorffii, Alchornea triplinervia, Pseudobombax grandiflorum (Cav.
Punga Pseudobombax munguba Cumala Virola albidiflora Moena Aniba sp.
uvifera, Morinda roioc, Gliricidia sepium, Ficus pallida, Bursera simaruba, Rustia occidentalis, Achras zapota, Pseudobombax septenatum, Terminalia catappa y C.
chaaco (Curatella americana, Dilleniaceae), and Pseudobombax spp.
We estimated the efficiency of digestive processing of pollen grains from Pseudobombax ellipticum (Bombacaceae; triangular pollen grains, 70 [[micro]meter] long), Hylocereus undatus (Cactaceae; spherical pollen grains, 80 [[micro]meter] diameter), and an unidentified species of columnar cactus with nocturnal flowering (spherical pollen grains, 80 [[micro]meter] diameter).
Machaerium capote Triana ex Dugand y Pseudobombax septenatum (Jacq.
Typical dry forest tree species can still be found along rivers such as Pithecellobium dulce, Acacia farnesiana, Prosopis juliflora, Anacardium excelsum, Ceiba pentandra, Ficus dendrocida, Pseudobombax sp; far from rivers the landscape is dominated by several species of cacti including Opuntia, Acanthocereus, Stenocereus and Melocactus intermingled with some shrubs species like Randia aculeata (Figueroa & Galeano, 2007).