araucarian

araucarian

(ˌærɔːˈkɛərɪən)
adj
related to or belonging to the genus Araucaria
References in classic literature ?
Robert Brown has been kind enough to examine the wood: he says it belongs to the fir tribe, partaking of the character of the Araucarian family, but with some curious points of affinity with the yew.
Effects of fragmentation of Araucarian vine forest on small mammal communities.
Forest litter preserved in the mudstone contains numerous angiosperm leaves, fragmentary fern fronds, wood and probable araucarian bark (Fig.
Se seleccionaron algunos de ellos, que comparten las mismas determinaciones geneticas y pertenecen a diversos troncos linguisticos: Araucarian (mapuches); Aymara (Aymara); Patagon (tehuelches); Mataco (wichi, chorote); Guaycuru (toba, mocovi, pilaga); Mascoy (lengua); Zamuco (ayoreo); Kaingang (kaingang), Ge (xavante); Arawak (wapishana); Yanomami (yanomama); Karaib (macushi, makiritare); Tupi-Guarani (guarani, chiriguano); Ticuna (lengua independiente).
glaziovii was detected exclusively in a region characterized by an interface between Ombrophyllous Dense Forest and Araucarian Forest, where the climate is subtropical wet (Mesothermic - Cfb), with average temperature at the hottest month inferior to 22[degrees]C and at the coldest month inferior to 18[degrees]C, without dry season, with pleasant summer and frequent heavy frosts at winter (IAPAR, 2000).
In the process of making their point the Poinars cover a great deal of ground from the formation of amber fossils in ancient araucarian forests to the emergence of angiosperms and their symbionts the insect pollinators from a general overview of Cretaceous ecology to specific studies of mosquitoes and parasitic worms.
The rainforest, Araucarian microphyll vine forest (Webb 1959), is dominated by Flindersia australis (R.
A new araucarian pollen cone with in situ Cyclusphaera Elsik from the Aptian of Patagonia, Argentina.
The genus Centris (Apidae: Centridini) contains about 144 species of bees which are Neotropical in distribution, except for few species ranging into the Neartic and Araucarian regions (Michener 2000).
In the process of making their point, the Poinars cover a great deal of ground, from the formation of amber fossils in ancient araucarian forests to the emergence of angiosperms and their symbionts, the insect pollinators, from a general overview of Cretaceous ecology to specific studies of mosquitoes and parasitic worms.
In this study, a general Mesozoic-early Tertiary age is indicated by the identity of a fossil araucarian wood specimen that occurs within the sand, and palynomorphs suggest a late Early Cretaceous, probably Albian, age.