In Abronia vasconcelosii, nine aggressive, interspecific and intraspecific, behavioral patterns have been recorded.
Intraspecific aggression in Abronia vasconcelosii (Sauria, Anguidae) a tropical, arboreal, lizard.
Nyctagineae: Colignoniinae), Phaeoptilum (Nyctagineae: Phaeoptilinae), Abronia (tribe Abronieae), and Grajalesia Miranda (tribe Pisonieae).
Some authors treat this genus within Abronia, but Galloway (1975, 2003) maintains them as distinct genera.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, 90024 70 E TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS FOR GERMINATION OF THE SAND VERBENAS ABRONIA
Genetic variation and its relationship to population size in reintroduced populations of pink sand verbena, Abronia
, Leymus), dense stands of introduced European dune grass (Ammophila arenaria), and patches of sea rocket (Cakile).
1991) include: saltbush with species of Atriplex and Salicornia; halophyte scrub with species of Ambrosia, Bursera, Bouteloa and Muhlenbergia; coastal dunes with species of Abronia
, Dalea and Plantago, and the Sarco-crasicaule scrub with species of Acacia, Jatropha, Larrea, Opuntia and Yucca.
macrocarpa (Nyctaginaceae) is a rare species that is endemic to Texas.
Although some authors have considered Abronieae to be monogeneric (Bittrich and Kuhn, 1993), most authors have maintained two genera, Tripterocalyx and Abronia
(Galloway, 1975; Spellenberg, 2003).
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