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Synonyms for coontie

small tough woody zamia of Florida and West Indies and Cuba

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atala reared from wild larval stock collected in southeast Florida from several sites on private property in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties were housed in a 182 [cm.sup.2] floor area flight cage (Greenhouse Castle Cage, LiveMonarch Foundation, Boca Raton, Florida) and allowed to oviposit freely on whole leaf fronds of their native host plant, coontie (Z.
In the early 1980's it was thought that the pine rocklands in Everglades National Park did not support coontie growth very well and that could explain why the introduced Atala have not persisted (Covell personal communication).
An IPM approach for control of atala (Eumaeus atala) on Florida coonties (Zamia floridana).
With only 1 or 2 coontie leaves in the flight cage, the females gathered and oviposited together on the leaves without any observed stress or aggression.
A potential advantage to females depositing eggs in larger clusters is that larvae often hatch within a few hours of each other and line up "sardine style" to begin eating simultaneously; doing so likely allows them to break down the tough cuticle of the coontie leaves, thereby skeletonizing the leaves and facilitating feeding.
Nearly all the ornamentals identified as being non-preferred in choice tests, and further evaluated in 'starvation' tests (i.e., coontie, poinsettia, tropical sage, bottlebrush, cymbidium orchid, bush daisy, firespike, weeping lantana, and scarlet rose mallow) would be suitable recommendations for planting where eastern lubber grasshopper was a threat.
Bottlebrush Salvia coccinea Tropical sage Euphorbia pulcherrima Poinsettia Zamia integrifolia Coontie Vines, shrubs, and trees Vitis vulpinae Frost grape Prunus carolina Laurel cherry Quercus virginiana Live oak Ostrya virginiana Hophornbeam Carya glabra Pignut hickory Musa sp.
In addition to re-distributing butterfly populations, coontie is being replanted within historically documented areas, and plants are being redistributed from development sites to safe locations.
Cultivated coontie plants are being used by some landscapers and homeowners as an ornamental (Minno 2002).
(Florida coontie) were severed in the approximate area of the
Talking was in fact of little use to her home-steading ancestors, stern and silent pickers of coonties and pomelos who took on the names of Jewish prophets but would've been horrified at the thought of circumcising a newborn boy.