Seasonal variation in the leaf essential oil of Taxodium
Endophytic taxol-producing fungi from bald cypress, Taxodium
distichum, or the swamp cypress which is another native of America.
3) Sedge meadow Village Creek 17 Taxodium
Celtis laevagata, Liquidambar styraciflua, Taxodium
distichum) and old-growth beech (Fagus grandiflora)--magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) forests, old-field vegetation, and improved pasture.
2006) cited that Stictolobus minutus (Funkhouser) (Ceresini) used Taxodium
distichum (Cupressaceae) as unique host plant.
Itea virginica is also known at least sometimes to be an understory shrub in Taxodium
The needles of the Bald Cypress, Taxodium
distichum, and Pond Cypress, Taxodium
ascendens, turn a tawny, cinnamon color in autumn, which, with the setting sun, gives the swamp a warm, mysterious glow.
The dominant species at the slough edges were Zizaniopsis miliacea (giant cutgrass) and Taxodium
distichum (bald cypress).
Caddo Lake, located in northeast Texas on the Texas-Louisiana border, offered a unique study site since it is dominated by extensive stands composed entirely of Taxodium
Along this downstream reach, the river broadens and slows, becoming almost slough-like, and is dominated with Taxodium
Lastly, black walnuts (Juglans nigra) and cones of Taxodium
were part of the wood assemblage.
Allelochemical resistance of bald cypress, Taxodium
distichum, heartwood to the suberranean termite, Coptotermes formosanus.
An rbcL sequence from a Miocene Taxodium
(bald cypress), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 89: 499-501.
As I passed serried ranks of oak, liquidambar, taxodium
and amelanchier in their autumn colours, one species that really stood out was nyssa, its leaves aflame in bright orange and red.