Thrinax


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The most abundant plant is "chit" (Thrinax radiata) a palm 26-32 ft (8-10 m) in height, and other common plants include laurels (Nectandra coriacea and N.
It is a tree that can form monospecific "islands," but is more often associated with other species, such as the mangrove fern (Acrostichum danaefolium), Bucida spinosa, Jamaican sedge (Cladium jamaicense), mangrove (Conocarpus erectus), cocobolo (Dalbergia glabra), icaco or coco plum (Chrysobalanus icaco) and the "chit" palm (Thrinax radiata).
Acoelorrhaphe 1/0; Acrocomia 1/0; Astrocaryum 1/0; Attalea 3/1; Bactris 2 (3)/0; Brahea 14/12; Calyptrogyne 1/0; Chamaedorea 46/20; Coccothrinax 1/1; Cocos 1/0; Cryosophila 2/1; Desmoncus 3/0; Gaussia 2/1; Geonoma 1/0; Pseudophoenix 1/0; Reinhardtia 2/0; Roystonea 2/0; Sabal 7/4; Synechanthus 1/0; Thrinax 1/0; Washingtonia 2/0
gracilis, Thrinax radiata), in woodlands (Coccothrinax argentata, C.
Small Palms of the genus Coccothrinax, Thrinax ekmaniana, and Zambia antillarum are found in dry savannas and in open woods in the Bahamas, Cuba and Hispaniola.
Wendl., the Miraguama palm Coccothrinax miraguama (Kunth) Leon, and the endangered native Florida thatch palm Thrinax radiata Lodd.
Arecaceae Schippia concolor Burret Arecaceae Syagrus romanzoffianum (Cham.) Glassman Arecaceae Syagrus schizophylla (Mart) Glassman Arecaceae Thrinax radiata Lodd.
Los arboles con mayor importancia en la selva son Manilkara zapota, Lysiloma latisiliqua, Metopium brownei y la palma Thrinax radiata.
Mosannona depressa, Psidium sartorianum, Sabal yapa, Talisia olivaeformis, Thrinax radiata y Vitex gaumeri.
Effects vary according to the percentage of individuals harvested, with some precise thresholds proposed in various studies (86% of seeds of Phytelephas seemannii, Bernal, 1998; 40% of shoots of Desmoncus orthacanthos, Escalante et al., 2004; 22.5% of Mauritia flexuosa females harvested in fruits every 20 years, Holm et al., 2008; 33% of leaves of Astrocaryum mexicanum harvested, Mendoza et al., 1987; 30% of leaves of Thrinax radiata harvested, Calvo-Irabien et al., 2009).
Thrinax, Coccothrinax, Sabal, Acoelorraphe, and Trachycarpus.
Norton TALLOWWOOD Ximenio americano, 1997 [+] Joseph Nemec TAMARACK Larix laricina, 1998 Edward Richardson TAMARIND Tomarindus indica, 1992 [delta] Mike Cullen & David Sindair TAMARISK Temarix chinensis, 1999 [delta] Robert Squires Small-flower, Tamarix parviflora, 1986 [delta] 56 14 22 76 TANOAK Lithocarpus densiflorus, 1997 275 144 59 434 TESOTA Olneya tesota, 1995 170 45 43 226 THATCHPALM Florida, Thrinax radiata, 1991 17 28 2 46 Key, Thrinax morrisii, 1995 19 19 9 40 TORCHWOOD Amyris elemifera, 1994 18 22 15 44 TORREYA California, Torreya californica, 1992 251 96 68 364 Florida, Torreya taxifolio, 1972 109 45 40 164 TOYOM Heteromeles arbutifolio, 1992 58 32 28 97 TREE TOBACCO Nicotiana glauca, 1999 12 18 12 33 TREE-CACTUS Deering, Cereus rebinii var.