Bursera microphylla


Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Bursera microphylla

small tree or shrub of the southwestern United States having a spicy odor and odd-pinnate leaves and small clusters of white flowers

References in periodicals archive ?
The study area was located in the central Gulf Coast region of the sonoran Desert, where Bursera microphylla (elephant tree) and Jatropha cinerea (limber bush) are the dominant vegetation (shreve and Wiggins, 1964).
laciniata, 1994 Pacific red, Sambucus 56 27 32 91 callicarpa, 1998 ELEPHANT-TREE Bursera microphylla, 17 13 16 34 1997* Bursera microphylla, 21 12 21 38 1998* ELLIOTTIA Elliottia racemosa, 34 43 20 82 1999 Elliottia racemosa, 28 43 22 77 2000 ELM American, Ulmus 277 122 84 420 americana, 2001 Cedar, Ulmus 156 120 68 293 crassifolia, 2003 Florida, Ulmus 174 72 61 261 americana var.
26 18 laciniata, 1994 Mexican, Sombucus mexicana, 1994 134 33 Pacific red, Sambucus 48 36 callicarpa, 1993 (*) Pacific red, Sambucus 56 27 callicarpa, 1998 (*) ELEPHANT - TREE Bursera microphylla, 1997 (*) 17 13 Bursera microphylla, 1998 (*) 21 12 ELLIOTTIA Elliottia racemosa, 1999 34 43 ELM American, Ulmus americana, 1997 (*) 282 112 American, Ulmus americana, 2001 (*) 277 122 Cedar, Ulmus crassifolio, 2001 162 127 Florida, Ulmus americana var.
26 18 12 47 laciniata, 1994 Mexican, Sambucus mexicana, 1994 134 33 44 178 Pacific red, Sambucus callicarpa, 1993 48 36 29 91 ELEPHANT - TREE Bursera microphylla, 1997 [*] 17 13 16 34 Bursera microphylla, 1998 [*] 21 12 21 38 ELLIOTTIA Elliattia racemosa, 1999 34 43 20 82 ELM American, Ulmus americana, 1997 282 112 115 423 Cedar, Ulmus crossifolia, 1989 [*] 127 100 44 238 Cedar, Ulmus crossifolia, 1994 [*] 112 107 69 236 Florida, Ulmus americana var.