Abronia


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Intraspecific aggression in Abronia vasconcelosii (Sauria, Anguidae), a tropical, arboreal lizard.
Scientific name Common name Abronia maritima Red sand verbena Abronia umbel lata Pink sand verbena Achillea millefolium Common yarrow Acmispon glaber Deer vetch Ambrosia psilostachya Western ragweed Artemisia californica California sagebrush Artemisia douglasiana Mugwort Artemisia tridentata Big sagebrush Arthrocnemum subterminale Parish's pickleweed Astragalus pycnostachyus var.
Some authors treat this genus within Abronia, but Galloway (1975, 2003) maintains them as distinct genera.
Durante una investigacion para evaluar el impacto del manejo forestal sobre diversos grupos de vertebrados en la comunidad de San Pedro El Alto, Municipio de Zimatlan, en la parte occidental del estado de Oaxaca, Mexico, se obtuvieron nuevos registros de dos especies de reptiles endemicos del estado, Abronia oaxacae (Gunther 1885) y Tantalophis discolor (Gunther 1860) con dos ejemplares recolectados para cada especie.
manna gum Nyctaginaceae Four O' Clock Family Abronia maritima S.
In Abronia vasconcelosii, nine aggressive, interspecific and intraspecific, behavioral patterns have been recorded.
In Mexico, the presence of several lizard species of the genus Abronia has been reported in tank bromeliads growing in pine-live oak forests (Bogert and Porter, 1967; Campbell and Frost, 1993) in the Sierra Norte and Sierra Sur mountain ranges in the states of Oaxaca and Chiapas (Campbell, 1984; Campbell and Frost, 1993).
Durante la preparacion de los tercios de flores (aglomeracion de bromelias, amarradas y apiladas), varias decenas de lagartijas de la familia Anguidae son sacrificadas, en especial Mesaspis moreletii Bocourt (1871) y Abronia lythrochila Smith & Alvarez del Toro (1963).
Abronia macrocarpa (Nyctaginaceae) is a rare species that is endemic to Texas.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, 90024 70 E TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS FOR GERMINATION OF THE SAND VERBENAS ABRONIA MARITIMA S.
Molecular approaches to phylogeny of Abronia (Anguidae: Gerrhonotinae), with emphasis on relationships in the subgenus Auriculabronia.
Although some authors have considered Abronieae to be monogeneric (Bittrich and Kuhn, 1993), most authors have maintained two genera, Tripterocalyx and Abronia (Galloway, 1975; Spellenberg, 2003).
oaxacae (Mertens 1930) Pr E REPTILIA SQUAMATA SAURIA Anguidae Abronia ochoterenai (Martin del Campo 1939) Pr E X A.
71 ETHYLENE, TEMPERATURE, AND LIGHT EFFECTS ON THE GERMINATION OF THE SAND VERBENA, ABRONIA MARITIMA S.