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Noun1.Ericaceae - heathersEricaceae - heathers        
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Ericales, order Ericales - Ericaceae; Clethraceae; Diapensiaceae; Epacridaceae; Lennoaceae; Pyrolaceae; Monotropaceae
heath - a low evergreen shrub of the family Ericaceae; has small bell-shaped pink or purple flowers
genus Erica - large genus of low much-branched woody evergreens ranging from prostrate subshrubs to trees: true heaths
genus Andromeda - low-growing shrubs of northern regions of northern hemisphere
genus Arbutus - large evergreen shrubs and trees of southern Europe and western North America: strawberry tree; madrona
Arctostaphylos, genus Arctostaphylos - bearberry; manzanita
Bruckenthalia, genus Bruckenthalia - a genus containing only one species: spike heath
genus Bryanthus - a genus allied to and once included in genus Phyllodoce
Calluna, genus Calluna - one species
Cassiope, genus Cassiope - low tufted evergreen shrubs of colder parts of north temperate regions having moss-like foliage and nodding white or pink flowers
Chamaedaphne, genus Chamaedaphne - one species: leatherleaf
Daboecia, genus Daboecia - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Ericaceae
Epigaea, genus Epigaea - small creeping evergreen shrubs: trailing arbutus
Gaultheria, genus Gaultheria - widely distributed genus of creeping or upright evergreen shrubs
Gaylussacia, genus Gaylussacia - deciduous or evergreen shrubs of North America: black huckleberries
genus Kalmia - erect evergreen shrubs: mountain laurel
genus Ledum, Ledum - evergreen shrubs of north temperate regions
genus Leiophyllum, Leiophyllum - one species: sand myrtle
genus Leucothoe - American and Asiatic deciduous and evergreen shrubs
genus Loiseleuria, Loiseleuria - one species: alpine azalea
genus Lyonia, Lyonia - evergreen or deciduous shrubs or small trees of United States to Antilles and eastern Asia to the Himalaya
genus Menziesia, Menziesia - deciduous shrubs of North America and eastern Asia
genus Phyllodoce, Phyllodoce - small genus of evergreen Arctic and alpine shrubs
genus Pieris, Pieris - decorative evergreen shrubs of woody vines
genus Rhododendron - large genus of evergreen shrubs native to cooler regions of the northern hemisphere having showy flowers
genus Vaccinium, Vaccinium - evergreen or deciduous berry-bearing shrubs of northern hemisphere: cranberries; blueberries
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tr) Arboles Loranthaceae Adoxaceae Myricaceae Araliaceae Rhamnaceae Piperaceae Asteraceae Myrtaceae Cunoniaceae Ericaceae Melastomataceae Myrsinaceae Rubiaceae Rutaceae Solanaceae Poaceae Dicksoniaceae Rubiaceae Loranthaceae (.
1 Plantae Anacardiaceae 249 Oleaceae 36 Moraceae 14 Poaceae 29 Solanaceae 3 Cupressaceae 1 Rosaceae 1 Ericaceae 1 F.
In our study, Ericaceae was the most frequently represented shrub family in chamois diet.
We began with the Ericaceae, a group that includes showy plants such as rhododendrons and is richly represented in the Kokoda area, Mr Lepschi said.
La familia con mayor riqueza de especies fue Melastomataceae, seguida de Ericaceae (Anexo 1).
El genero Cavendishia, con cerca de 150 especies, pertenece a la familia Ericaceae que contiene cerca de 125 generos y 4.
The widely distributed Ericaceae are associated with two main pollination syndromes (Luteyn, 2002).
Lo anterior es evidencia de la heterogeneidad de los remanentes de bosque de la planicie payanesa y la accion antropica que ademas genera restriccion a la dispersion y establecimiento de muchas especies como se refleja en la poca representatividad de especies de las familias Lauraceae y Ericaceae, que son una fuente importante de alimento para la fauna silvestre (Pincheira et al.
amp; Wiens Ericaceae Arctostaphylos polifolia Kunth Ericaceae Arctostaphylos pungens Kunth Caryophyllaceae Arenaria lycopodioides Wiild ex Schltdl.
Durante la revision de la familia Ericaceae para la Flora del Bajio (Gonzalez-Elizondo y Gonzalez-Elizondo, 2014) se registraron plantas morfologicamente similares a Comarostaphylis arbutoides Lindl.
and Ericaceae were dominant whereas these of Trifolium sp.