Avicennia marina

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Noun1.Avicennia marina - a mangrove of the West Indies and the southern Florida coastAvicennia marina - a mangrove of the West Indies and the southern Florida coast; occurs in dense thickets and has numerous short roots that bend up from the ground
blackwood tree, blackwood - any of several hardwood trees yielding very dark-colored wood
Avicennia, genus Avicennia - small genus of tropical shrubs or trees
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This is the only area in Pakistan where three species of mangroves, such as Avicennia marina, Rhizophora mucronata and Ceriops tagal occur naturally.
It is not the first time steps have been taken to safeguard Bahrain's mangroves, which consist of the Avicennia marina species of mangrove tree, also known as grey mangrove or white mangrove.
Grey mangrove (Avicennia marina) was planted in Jahra nature reserve as part of the second phase of EPA's project KUWAIT, Oct 14 (KUNA) -- Minister of Public Works Hussam Al-Roumi affirmed Sunday Kuwait Environment Public Authority's keenness to preserve environment in the country and back Jahra nature reserve, which currently sees a unique wildlife due to efforts by wildlife protection institutions.
Eight mangrove species were reported before in the Indus Delta, but nowadays only three mangrove species (Avicennia marina, Rhizophora mucronata and Aegiceras corniculata) are found, of which Avicennia marina covers up to 95-98% of the mangrove forests (Rehman et al., 2015).
Ecophysiological differences between fringe and dwarf Avicennia marina mangroves.
"Three hundred volunteers from dawn to dusk planted 1,129,294 saplings of Avicennia marina and Rhizophora species of mangrove at an area of 40,000 hectares, which is a world record," Javed Mahar, conservator mangrove forests management circle Karachi, told Arab News.
Gray mangrove (Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh.) grows principally in tropical areas.
Gray mangrove (Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh.) grows naturally in the intertidal zones of the southern coasts of the Arabian Peninsula forming dwarf stands intermingled with salt-tolerant scrub communities [1-3].
Responses of the mangroves Avicennia marina and Bruguiera gymnorrhiza to oil contamination.
The trees are from 10-20 years old, mostly belonging to the Bungalon (Avicennia marina) and some to the Pagatpat (Sonneratia alba) species, according to Sampulna.
Selangor, Malaysia, Aug 5, 2017 - (ACN Newswire) - Grey mangrove trees, Avicennia marina, filter heavy metals out of the surrounding soil and water.