Cupressus pigmaea

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Noun1.Cupressus pigmaea - rare small cypress native to northern California; sometimes considered the same species as gowen cypress
cypress tree, cypress - any of numerous evergreen conifers of the genus Cupressus of north temperate regions having dark scalelike leaves and rounded cones
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The availability of these resources will directly influence the size of the home range of C. pygmaea, whose recorded values range from 0.1 to 1.3 ha (Ferrari and Lopes Ferrari, 1989; Townsend, 2001).
This study is the first to document the translocation of C. pygmaea complete groups after they had been rescued from flooded areas during the filling of the reservoir of a hydroelectric plant and it is also the first to document a primate translocation operation in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest.
Two groups of C. pygmaea, group A (composed of five individuals) and group B (composed of nine individuals), were rescued in two locations along tributaries on the left bank of Madeira River during the formation of the Santo Antonio Hydroelectric Dam reservoir (Table 1) as part of Santo Antonio Energia's Wildlife Rescue Program.