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Synonyms for Lemaireocereus

tropical American cacti usually tall and branching with stout spines and funnel-shaped flowers and globular or ovoid often edible fruit

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Tetrahydroisoquinolines from the Mexican cereoid Pachycereus pringlei.
Tetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloids of the Mexican columnar cactus, Pachycereus weberi.
En el campo, las aranas se encontraron principalmente solas y bajo cardones en descomposicion Pachycereus pringlei.
Vegetation is sarcocaulescent scrub consisting mostly of "cardon" Pachycereus pringlei and "cholla" Opuntia cholla (Leon de la Luz et al.
Dubrovsky (1996, 1998) found that seeds of the columnar cacti Carnegiea gigantea, Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum, Stenocereus gummosus, and S.
This appears to be the case of the columnar cactus Pachycereus pectenaboriginum
Species containing nest Vegetation within 5 m of nest (a) 1 Olneya tesota OT, CE, PP, FD, CC 2 Cilindropuntia cholla BE, PP, CE, BM, JU, JC 3 Bursera microfila CC, LC, BE, BM, CE, JU 4 Cytocarpa edulis CC, JC, CE, LC 5 Cilindropuntia cholla CC, CE, FD, ST 6 Cytocarpa edulis CE, CC, FD 7 Cilindropuntia cholla CC, BM 8 Bursera microfila CE, CC, JC 9 Cytocarpa edulis CC, JC, CE, LC 10 Cytocarpa edulis CE, CC, FD, JC 11 Cilindropuntia cholla CC, CE, FD 12 Stenocereus thurberi PA (a) OT = Olneya tesota, CE = Cyrtocarpa edulis, PP = Pachycereus pringlei, FD = Fouquieria diguetii, CC = Cilindropuntia cholla, BE = Bursera eppinata, BM = Bursera microphylla, JU = Jatropha cuneata, JC = Jatropha cinerea, LC = Lysiloma candida, ST = Stenocereus thurberi, PA = Prosopis articulata.
Influence of buffelgrass pasture conversion on the regeneration and reproduction of the columnar cactus, Pachycereus pectenaboriginum, in northwestern Mexico.
Viscainca geniculata, Pachycereus pringlei), have little vegetation.
Also, Terrazas and Loza-Cornejo found that the presence of crystals in epidermal and hypodermal cells supports the clade conformed by species of Cephalocereus, Neobuxbaumia, and Pachycereus fulviceps (F.
Although cuticle is commonly smooth in most species, a rough cuticle is shared by species of Pachycereus and Peniocereus (Fig.
Reproductive biology and relative male and female fitness in a trioecious cactus, Pachycereus pringlei (Cactaceae).
Thus, from Guaymas northward to Rio Sonora, outlying bodies of tropical-xeric vegetation (thornforest) with some outstanding species such as Acacia cymbispina, Ceiba acuminata, Haematoxylum brasiletto, Ipomoea arborescens, Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum, and Pithecellobium sonorae are confined to streamways and their bordering depressions.
Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum and Lysiloma divaricatum are the best bioindicators of the tropical-xeric region, in which three main types of vegetation can be distinguished; thornscrubs, thornforests on zonal soils and azonal mesquite forests on alluvial plains, and deciduous forests.
Deciduous and semi-deciduous thorn forests occur in lowlands of the western slope of the Sierra Madre Occidental (200-1,500 m), dominated by Lysiloma, Bursera, Plumeria rubra, Opuntia karwinskiana, Lemaireocereus thurberi, Pachycereus pectenaboriginum, Pilosocereus, Stenocereus, and Acacia.