Cedrela


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Noun1.Cedrela - tropical American trees
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
family Meliaceae, mahogany family, Meliaceae - tropical trees and shrubs including many important timber and ornamental trees
Cedrela odorata, Spanish cedar, Spanish cedar tree - tropical American tree yielding fragrant wood used especially for boxes
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The specimens were obtained from cocoons made by 20 field-collected early instars of Notiobiella cixiiformis (Gerstaecker, 1888) (Hemerobiidae: Neuroptera) that were predating on psyllid nymphs on Cedrela odorata L.
3) from its type locality of Roehessauve; he considered it similar to extant Cedrela odorata L.
Other tree species in the study area included Ocotea porosa, Ilex paraguariensis, Cedrela fissilis, Lithraea molleoides, and Ocotea odorifera.
The Corporation plans to drill six stratigraphic wells, which include four wells on the Portofino contract and two wells on the Cedrela contract, in a back-to-back drilling campaign.
The site is a fragment of tropical subdeciduous forest with Brosimum alicastrum (Maya nut), Bursera simaruba (gumbo-limbo), Cedrela odorata (red cedar), and Spondias mombin (yellow mombin) as dominant trees.
Bred in America from the stakes-winning Hot Spark mare Hot Princess, Diamond de Triano is also a half-sister to former Aidan O'Brien inmate Modigliani - a smart juvenile and winner of the Group 3 Tetrarch Stakes at three - and to Cedrela, winner of the Singapore Derby.
on Avenue R-12 near Cedrela Avenue as the bus was picking up students for Littlerock High School and R.
Wright) 1 Kunth Boehmeria caudata Swartz 1 Cecropia angustifolia 1 1 Trecul Cedrela odorata L.
Vegetation in each of these areas is tropical rain forest (Rzedowski 1988), dominated by the genera Cedrela, Swietenia, Inga, Croton and Bursera, although the local primary growth is widely supplanted by coffee plantations and fruit tree (chirimoya, mamey, naranja, papaya, platano) orchards.