forestiera


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Noun1.forestiera - any plant of the genus Forestieraforestiera - any plant of the genus Forestiera  
genus Forestiera - genus of often spiny American shrubs and trees
desert olive, Forestiera neomexicana, tanglebush - spiny branching deciduous shrub of southwestern United States having clusters of insignificant yellow-white flowers appearing before leaves followed by attractive black berrylike fruits
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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Contractor name : SC COMPANIA FORESTIERA SRL-D, ASOCIAT CU SC TUFAR TRANS SRL
Of the 113 native species at our site, twelve species (Asclepias incarnata, Senecio glabellus, Rorippa palustris, Rorippa sessiliflora, Cephalanthus occidentalis, Hibiscus laevis, Salix nigra, Phyla lanceolata, Forestiera acuminata, Amorpha fruticosa, Saururus cernuus, and Mimulus alatus) are almost always found in wetlands in our region.
Carolina snailseed] E, J N 4180 OLEACEAE Forestiera pubescens Nutt.
In Alabama, some of the "cedar hammocks" described by Mohr (1901) were at least transitional to shrubs (Asimina, Ilex, Forestiera, Zanthoxylum) and hardwood trees: Fraxinus americana, Quercus spp.
Woody taxon Site 1 Site 2 Site 3 Acer saccharum (1) X Amelanchier arborea X Bumelia lycioides X X Carya ovata (1) X X X Carya ovalis (1) X X Carya cordiformis (1) X Celtis laevigata (1) X X Cercis canadensis X X X Cornusn florida X Forestiera ligustrina X Fraxinus pennsylvanica (1) X Gleditsia tricanthos (1) X X Hypericum densiflorum X Lonicera spp.
Immobile e forestiera in uno spazio imperfetto, mai ospitale aspettando che il silenzio uniforme della sabbia ti parli del segreto.
Cleaning service of the National Laboratories of the South and Forestiera Laboratory Test Site at the Port of Catania Laboratory KM3NeT at the Port of Pachino (SR).
Britton C, E, Ha, S N 4333 [Crow-poison] Nyctaginaceae Mirabilis linearis (Pursh) Heimerl E N 4337 [Linear-leaf four-o-clock] Oleaceae Forestiera pubescens Nutt.
4) Oleaceae (Olive Family) Forestiera segregata (Jacq.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE INVASIVE LIGUSTRUM SINENSE AND THE NATIVE FORESTIERA LIGUSTRINA (OLEACEAE) IN CEDAR GLADE/WOODLAND HABITATS OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE: GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS.
Cephalanthus occidentalis (common buttonbush) is the indicator species for this habitat, while Itea virginica (Virginia sweetspire) and Forestiera acuminata (eastern swampprivet) are less com mon.