In the Mediterranean Basin, the Tamarix
species (typically together with Nerium oleander and Vitex agnus-castus) form riparian thickets on alluvia of intermittent rivers fed by winter and spring rains.
Most of the vegetative and reproductive morphological characters widely used for the taxonomical identification of the Tamarix
taxa are rather variable among populations and even within a single individual.
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On the other hand the interviewed informants, in the following parenthesis, reported some wild plants with their possible uses as follows: For industry, fuel and windbreaks: Eucalyptus camaldulensis (57%), Tamarix
nilotica (55%), Ficus sycomorus (41%), Acacia saligna (19%), Ziziphus spina-christi (17%).
203' Cyperus laevigatus Cressa cretica Alhagi graecorum Tamarix
gallica is found in sandy or gravelly areas of north India and grows in saline conditions.
The pathway continues through a hazelnut arch, carrying on past damson, eucalyptus and tamarix
trees, to a fenced pond, with a variety of fish including ghost koi and golden orfe.
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tetandra that have recently finished flowering can be pruned now.
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Based on palatability Prosopis cineraria and Acacia nilotica were highly palatable, Calligonum polygonoides, Suaeda fruticosa, Salsola baryosma, Haloxylon recurvum, Capparis decidua, Calotropis procera and Tamarix
aphylla were moderately palatable whereas Haloxylon salicornicum was less palatable.
Il ne reste ici et la, aux bordures du lac servant autrefois de refuge et de lieu de nidification, qu'une maigre vegetation caracterisee par une dominance de tamarix
Damage to mature trees of Acacia modesta Populus deltoides Bombax ceiba and Tamarix
sumba was not recorded in any plantation.
Such species include Kandi, Katha, Lahura, Peelu, Neem, Siris, Phulai, Tamarix
, Ber, Guggal, Phog etc.
ramosissima (Tamaricaceae) is such a species; it has caused massive changes to riparian ecosystems and stream bank structures over the last century throughout the southwestern United States (Robinson, 1965; Stromberg, 1998; Pearce and Smith, 2002).
II * I * * Geoffroea decorticans * II * * II * II Tagetes mendocina * * * * I * * Ephedra triandra II * II II * * * Tephrocactus halophilus * II II * I III III Prosopis torquata III III II II IV III II Tamarix
gallica * * * * I * * Pappophorum philippianum III III II * I III III Cucurbitella asperata II * * * * * * Tephrocactus articulatus II * * * I * * var.