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A study on seedling structure of Euphorbia and Chamaesyce species would help in the identification of these species and is also likely to be useful in the separation or not of both genera.
Lythraceae), Anoda acerifolia, Bidens pilosa, Blechum pyramidatum, Boerhavia erecta, Calopogonium coeruleum, Caperonia palustris, Chamaesyce berteriana, Chromolaena odorata, Cyanthillium cinereum, Emilia sonchifolia, Ipomoea tiliacea, Kallstroemia maxima, Kosteletzkya pentasperma, Lagascea mollis, Lantana camara, Ludwigia sp.
Tambien se encontro 14 especies comospolitas: Asclepias curassavica, Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chamaesyce hirta, Mikania micrantha entre otras.
We examined this possibility by quantifying feeding skills on two common food types, Chamaesyce amplexicaulis fruits ([DH.
Chamaesyce maculala, Digitaria sanguinalis, Mollugo verlidllata), some of which flower early {e.
capim carrapicho), Chamaesyce prostrata (Aiton) Small (quebra pedra rasteira), Cleome affinis DC.
h ms Hc N Euphorbiaceae Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small h ms T N Euphorbia huanchahana (Klotzsch & Garcke) Boiss.
Si se analiza la abundancia-dominancia de determinadas especies que forman parte de las comunidades se encuentra que varias aumentan su abundancia cuando forman parte de otra fitocenosis que ha surgido despues del paso del huracan, como Sesuvium portulacastrum, Melanthera aspera, Cakile lanceolata y Chamaesyce sp.
Brenes 37 Cestrum tomentosum 1941-12-09 Jose Antonio Echeverria 230 Cestrum nocturnum 1936-04-29 Juvenal Valerio Chamaedorea costaricana 1905-03-30 Paul Biolley Chamaesyce lasiocarpa 1892-02-28 A.
Euphorbia spellenbergiana belongs to subgenus Chamaesyce Raf.
Chamaesyce maculates (L) Small Spotted Sandmat Fabaceae Coronilla varia L.
The understory seems to have been dominated by Kanaloa kahoolawensis, chenoams (probably Chenopodium oahuensis), and Chamaesyce along with other less numerous pollen types (Achyranthes splendens-type, Asteraceae (high-spined), Sesbania tomentosa, Sicyos, Solanum sandwicense, grass, possibly a non-aquatic sedge, and others).
About half (7/16 species) of these monoecious woody species in dry habitats are in the genus Chamaesyce (Euphorbiaceae).
Pfeiffer, 1935 Eriocaulaceae Eriocaulon compressum Lamarck, 1789 N Euphorbiaceae Chamaesyce hypericifolia (L.