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Synonyms for madrono

evergreen tree of the Pacific coast of North America having glossy leathery leaves and orange-red edible berries

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On the crest he came through an amazing thicket of velvet-trunked young madronos, and emerged on an open hillside that led down into
Billy pointed to the father of all madronos, six feet in diameter at its base, sturdy and sound, which stood before the house.
Saddle Mountain and several nearby peaks in the northern Coast Range of Oregon are well known for endemic and disjunct elements in their vascular and bryophyte floras (Chambers, Madrono 22:105-160.
Adults with fully active gonads were collected in October in Brazil and November in Paraguay (Belton 1984, Madrono et al.
Carlos Espinosa de los Monteros, chairman of Fraternidad Muprespa, presented the prize to Patricia Sanz Madrono, Repsol's Commercial Labour Relations Manager.
Balcon de Moctezuma is located at Ejido Altas Cumbres, 18 km south of Ciudad Victoria, at 1,200 m asl; El Madrono is located 25 km southwest Ciudad Victoria, at 1,300-1,450 m asl; Rancho Santa Elena is located 15 km Southwest Ciudad Victoria, at 750 m asl.
This former champion Pacific madrono grew on an open knoll in Humboldt County.