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any of various ornamental evergreens of the genus Lomatia having attractive fragrant flowers

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5"W, fogging s/ Nothofagus dombeyi(MACN); 1[female], same data, fogging s/ Lomatia dentata, Nothofagus obliqua (MACN); 2C, El Relvo, 20 km E Potrero Grande, 3-II-2004, J.
Thus, lobed leaves alike some extant Proteaceae are known from the Eocene of New Zealand (Pole, 1998), and three fossil leaf species of Lomatia, one of Roupala and one indeterminate Proteaceae taxon are recognised in Argentinean assemblages, based on well-preserved leaf architectural features (Gonzalez et al.
Carpenter and Hill (1988) described Lomatia xeromorpha from Cethana in Tasmania, a site of probable early Oligocene age (Macphail et al.
Moreover, only the Lomatia species can be considered as relatively common at Laguna del Hunco (Wilf et al.
Indeed, it is clear that several taxa of Paleogene Proteaceae fossils do exhibit scleromorphy, as has previously been discussed with respect to Banksia, highly reduced leaf types in Lomatia and Lomatia-like species, and Orites species with sclerified hypodermes.
visita plantas de numerosas familias, las cuales se detallan a continuacion: Aristotelia chilensis (Elaeocarpaceae); Baccharis obovata, Carduus thoermeri, Hypochoeris radicata, Senecio zosterifolius y Taraxacum officinale (Asteraceae); Buddleja globosa (Buddlejaceae); Cytisus scoparius, Medicago lupulina y Trifolium repens (Fabaceae); Discaria articulata y Discaria chacaye (Rhamnaceae); Escallonia virgata (Escalloniaceae); Fabiana imbricata (Solanaceae); Geranium sessiliflorum (Geraniaceae); Lomatia hirsuta (Proteaceae); Phacelia secunda (Boraginaceae); Ribes magellanicum (Grossulariaceae); Rosa rubiginosa (Rosaceae); Schinus patagonicus (Anacardiaceae); Solenomelus segethii (Iridaceae); Oxalis sp.
Gravel, sobre Lomatia hirsuta; 4 hembras, 10:30-14:30 hs, 8-XI-2006, A-I.
This site is a postfire, open, semi-xerophytic forest dominated by Lomatia hirsuta, Schinus patagonicus, Diostea juncea, and Maytenus boaria in the overstory.
Herbaceous Steppe Stipa speciosa, 750-800 m till 1400m Mulinumspinossum, FestucapaHecens Low reliefed Steppe Discaria articulata, Below 1100m Berberis buxifolia Low reliefed Steppe Discaria articulata, - with disperse trees Berberis buxifolia, Lomatia hirsuta, Maytenus boaria, Austrocedrus chilensis Savannahsof High Mostly herbaceous 1 000-1400 m Altitude plants Areas modified by ruraPlantago, Holcus, - Rumex, Poa, Trifolium
monospecific Embothrium, endemic to South America, and Lomatia, which is
Argentina, Lomatia, Embothrium, and Gevuina are confined to the
to the genus Lomatia, based on the presence of xylological characters
The Patagonian Forests is characterized by a humid and temperate climate, with vegetation dominated by trees such as Nothofagus (southern beeches in the Nothofagaceae, formerly in Fagaceae), Austrocedrus chilensis (Cupressaceae), Embothrium coccineum, Lomatia hirsuta (Proteaceae), and an understory dominated by a shade-tolerant bamboo Chusquea culeou (Poaceae, Bambusoideae; Burkart et al.
Nothofagus dombeyi 2 2 3 3 Characteristics of association and upper units Chusquea culeou 1 1 3 2 Osmorhiza chilensis 2 + 1 2 Blechnum hastatum 1 2 1 1 Alstroemeria aurea + r + + Lomatia hirsuta .
and Ginkgoales (among gymnosperms), along with Proteaceae Lomatia and