Bombacaceae


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Related to Bombacaceae: Apocynaceae
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Noun1.Bombacaceae - tropical trees with large dry or fleshy fruit containing usually woolly seeds
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Malvales, order Malvales - Malvaceae; Bombacaceae; Elaeocarpaceae; Sterculiaceae; Tiliaceae
Bombax, genus Bombax - trees of chiefly South America
Adansonia, genus Adansonia - baobab; cream-of-tartar tree
Ceiba, genus Ceiba - tropical American trees with palmately compound leaves and showy bell-shaped flowers
Durio, genus Durio - a genus of tall Asian trees of the family Bombacaceae
genus Montezuma - one species: medium-sized evergreen tree of Puerto Rico or Mexico
genus Ochroma, Ochroma - one species: balsa
genus Pseudobombax, Pseudobombax - tropical American deciduous shrubs or small trees
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Factors affecting seed predation of Eriotheca gracilipes (Bombacaceae) by parakeets in a cerrado fragment.
Estabelecimento de Eriotheca pubescens (Bombacaceae) por meio de semeadura direta e de mudas em cascalheira.
(Bombacaceae), Citrus x limon, Citrus reticulata Blanco, Citrus x sinensis (all Rutaceae), Coffea arabica L.
Visits of Caluromys lanatus (Didelphidae) to flowers of Pseudobombax tomentosum (Bombacaceae): a probable case of pollination by marsupials in central Brazil.
elongatus, which includes considerable quantities of seeds, such as from Cecropia sp.(Moraceae) and Pseudobombax munguba (Bombacaceae), during this period (Claro-Junior, Ferreira, Zuanon, & Araujo-Lima 2004); and in Manaus, Yamamoto, Soares, and Freitas (2004) verified that T.
Roe, Linda Leigh, Luz Maria Gonzalez Villarreal (Clethraceae), Michael Nee (Solanaceae), Miguel Chazaro (Loranthaceae), Ron Liesner, Shoichi Kawano, Scott Mori (Lecythidaceae), Theodore Cochrane (Cleomaceae) y William Alverson (Bombacaceae).