Bursera simaruba


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Noun1.Bursera simaruba - tropical American tree yielding a reddish resin used in cements and varnishesBursera simaruba - tropical American tree yielding a reddish resin used in cements and varnishes
incense tree - any of various tropical trees of the family Burseraceae yielding fragrant gums or resins that are burned as incense
Bursera, genus Bursera - type genus of Burseraceae; tropical and subtropical American shrubs and trees some yielding timber and gum elemi
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Listado de especies de arboles muestreados para el metodo destructivo Nombre cientifico Nombre comun Familia Bunchosias swartziana Griseb Sipche' Malpighiaceae Bursera simaruba (L) Sarg Chakaj Burseraceae Caesalpinia gaumeri (Britton & Kitinche' Fabaceae Rose) Greem Coccoloba diversifolia Jacq Boobch'iich' Polygonaceae Coccoloba spicata Lundell Boob Polygonaceae Cochlospermun vitifolium Chu' um Bixaceae (Willd) Spreng Exostema caribaeum (Jacq.
In our study, we sought to identify the lepidopteran species experiencing outbreak conditions and causing heightened herbivory and defoliation of its host plant Bursera simaruba (L.
The rest of the zone (63 ha) is occupied by a natural semi-deciduous woodland (Samanea saman, Bursera simaruba, Guazuma tomentosa) over limy ground, which in some places present an acceptable degree of conservation and in others areas appear open (clear) abandoned crops.
En relacion a la flora util, la especie mas destacada es Bursera simaruba (L.
Por otro lado, en el estado de Jalisco, en el tropico seco, ademas de estas especies es comun observar Bursera simaruba, G.
Characteristic combination of carbonero with majaguilla de costa (Colubrina elliptica with Helicteres semitriloba, 3 plots) Vertical Abundance- Presence Species structure Coverage Degree Canopy layer Colubrina elliptica D 2-5 V Carpodiptera cubensis C 1 V Bursera simaruba C 1 V Bourreria virgata C 1 V Thouinia patentinervis C 4 IV Pseudocarpidium avicennioides C 4 IV Pictetia mucronata I 4 IV Coccothrinax gundlachii I 4 IV Shrub layer Senna atomaria -- 2 V Varronia globosa subsp.
En el segundo grupo tambien se incluyen a Justicia bracteosa, Desmanthus virgatus, Bursera simaruba, Cordia collococca, Cavanillesia platanifolia, Guazuma tomentosa, Dilodendron costaricense, Pouzolzia occidentalis, Serjania communis, Thinouia sp.
Type Association Cayo Halophyte or coastal Pioneer vegetation Norte and Centro dune vegetation Coastal brush with Lobos Tournefortia gnaphalodes, Ipomoea alba, and Ipomoea pes-caprae Coastal brush with Centro Pithecellobium keyense Low coastal forest with Norte and Centro Bursera simaruba Secondary vegetation Norte and Centro Mangrove Fringe mangrove with Norte and Centro Rhizophora mangle Mixed mangrove with Avicenia Norte and Centro germinans, Conocarpus erectus, Laguncularia racemosa, and Rhizophora mangle Mangrove with Avicenia Norte and Centro germinans Mangrove with Conocarpus Centro erectus TABLE 2--List of reptile species present in Banco Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Los elementos flo risticos principales de la zona son: Anacardium excelsum (caracoli), Brownea macrophylla (arizal), Enterolobium cyclocarpum (orejero), Bursera simaruba (indio encuero), Pachira quinata (ceiba tolua), Manilkara zapota (nispero), Pseudobombax septenatum (majagua), Uribea tamarindoides (tamarindo de mico), Hura crepitans (ceiba de leche), Sterculia apetala (camajon), y Spondias mombin (jobo), entre otras (Cuervo et al.
Boraginaceae Leafy twig X X X Bourreria ovata Miers Burseraceae Leafy twig X X Bursera simaruba (L.
Estudios realizados en la region del Pacifico Central encontraron que los arboles que para ese fin comunmente prefieren los productores son Guazuma ulmifolia (guacimo), Cordia alliodora (laurel), Byrsonima crassifolia (nance), Tabebuia ochracea (cortez amarillo), Pachira quinala (pochote), Bursera simaruba (indio desnudo), Samanea saman (cenizaro o jenizaro), Cedrela adorala (cedro) y Enterolobium ciclocarpum (guanacaste) (Esquivel et al.