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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.
Bombacaceae: Huberodendron, Matisia, Pachira, Phrag motheca, Pseudobombax.
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.
Especies Numero Porcentaje Leguminoseae 12 19,4 Araceae 4 6,5 Bombacaceae 4 6,5 Gramineae 4 6,5 Boraginaceae 2 3,2 Compositae 2 3,2 Cyperaceae 2 3,2 Heliconiaceae 2 3,2 Malvaceae 2 3,2 Meliaceae 2 3,2 Myrsinaceae 2 3,2 Otras 24 38,7 Total 62 100,0 Fuente: Datos tomados de SICAS (2014; pp.
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).