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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Wood anatomy of Laguncularia racemosa (Combretaceae) in mangrove and transitional forest, Southern Brazil
Sobrado, "Leaf characteristics and gas exchange of the mangrove Laguncularia racemosa as affected by salinity," Photosynthetica, vol.
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 0.8 kg half sandy and half muddy fresh sediments for cultivation in a greenhouse.
No bosque de Salinopolis foram registradas Rhizophora mangle, Avicennia germinans e Laguncularia racemosa. Avicennia germinans se destacou em todos os parametros fitossociologicos em relacao as demais especies, seguida por Rhizophora mangle (Tabela 1).
Prefieren construir sus madrigueras en las zonas elevadas, denominadas por los extractores "altiales", en donde son cubiertas por las mareas altas al menos una vez por mes; estas se ubican entre las raices de mangle rojo (Rhizophora mangle) (Poma 1996), apreciandose ausencia de madrigueras en los rodales puros de mangle salado (Avicenia germinans) y de mangle blanco (Laguncularia racemosa) (Tazan & Wolf 2000).
Material examinado: Mexico: Jalisco, Puerto Vallarta, estero "El Salado", en mangle blanco Laguncularia racemosa (L.) C.F.
In the northwest of Vitoria there is a Municipal Ecological Station named Lameirao Island (EEMIL), where the mangrove covers approximately 92.66% of the Ecological Station, occupying an area of 891.83 hectares and harboring three mangrove plant species: Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove), Laguncularia racemosa (white mangrove) and Avicennia schaueriana (black mangrove or siriuba).