Laguncularia racemosa


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Noun1.Laguncularia racemosa - shrub to moderately large tree that grows in brackish water along the seacoasts of western Africa and tropical America; locally important as a source of tannin
genus Laguncularia, Laguncularia - a genus of Laguncularia
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Propagules of Laguncularia racemosa, Avicennia schaueriana and Rhizophora mangle were harvested from mangrove swamps in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and planted in perforated plastic bags (30 x 18 cm) filled with 0.
No bosque de Salinopolis foram registradas Rhizophora mangle, Avicennia germinans e Laguncularia racemosa.
7 m clasifica como manglar alto, predominan las especies Laguncularia racemosa y Avicennia germinans.
83 hectares and harboring three mangrove plant species: Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove), Laguncularia racemosa (white mangrove) and Avicennia schaueriana (black mangrove or siriuba).
La afectacion por fitofagos en Macurije-Santa Maria puede constituir una amenaza para los manglares alli presentes, los cuales fueron evaluados de muy abundante; en cayo cayo Caguama escasas estaciones presentaron ataques, siendo solamente abundantes en individuos aislados de Laguncularia racemosa.
En terminos de produccion en numero de hojas para cada especie (Rhizophora mangle, Laguncularia racemosa y Avicennia germinans) de mangle utilizada en ambos dispositivos experimentales en este estudio (DT y DCPC), no evidenciaron diferencias significativas.
El crecimiento eficiente de hongos filamentosos se ha observado en medios con base en los exudados gomosos de Acacia glomerosa, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Laguncularia racemosa (3, 4, 5).
The plant coverage at the sites corresponds to a mangrove forest, where Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove) is the dominant species, associated with Laguncularia racemosa (white mangrove).
Most WNV seropositive equines were located in evergreen forests characterized by a low altitude ([less than or equal to] 100 m) and intensive farming of sugar cane in the vicinity of mangroves (Rhizophora mangle, Avicennia germinans, Laguncularia racemosa, Conocarpus erectus), back mangroves (marshy forests with Pterocarpus spp.