Lemaireocereus

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Noun1.Lemaireocereus - tropical American cacti usually tall and branching with stout spines and funnel-shaped flowers and globular or ovoid often edible fruit
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
Cactaceae, cactus family, family Cactaceae - constituting the order Opuntiales
chichipe, Lemaireocereus chichipe - tall treelike Mexican cactus with edible red fruit
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Ns; PA) fulgida (S; PA) Cylindropuntia Pachycereus leptocaulis pecten-aboriginum (SP; S; PA; RV) Cylindropuntia (Sp, S, F, W; PA, RV) thurberi (Ns; PA; RV) Mammillaria Stenocereus standleyi (S; PA) alamosensis (Ns;PA; RV) Opuntia engelmannii Stenocereus (SP; S; PA; RV) thurberi (S; PA; RV) Opuntia pubescens (Ns; PA) Cannabaceae Celtis pallida (SP; S; F; W; PA; RV) Celtis reticulata (SP; S; PA; RV) Chenopodiaceae Chenopodium sp.
Bats were also found as main visitors for Pachycereus weberi and Pilosocereus chrysacanthus (Valiente-Banuet et al.
Tehuanine N-oxide (1) was isolated from Pachycereus pringlei and deglucopterocereine N-oxide (2) was isolated from Pterocereus gaumeri (Pummangura et al.
Pollination biology of the columnar cactus Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum in north-western Mexico.
Several different species of the columnar cacti of the genera Stenocereus and Pachycereus, were introduced into different semi-arid ecozones in Israel, most of these efforts were of disappointing outcomes, the only exception being the Cereus peruvianus (L.
Los arboles que se citan como mas frecuentes cerca de Culiacan, Sinaloa son: Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum (Engelm.
A recent study reports that regeneration of the columnar cactus species Pachycereus pectenaboriginum is inhibited at areas dominated by buffelgrass (Pennisetum ciliare) in the Sonoran Desert.
En el sitio "paredes viejas", en la cercania de Antonio Necua, se observo un cardon, Pachycereus prynglei, especie propia del Desierto Central.
Tuttle, "Reproductive biology and relative male and female fitness in a trioecius cactus, Pachycereus pringlei (Cactaceae)", American Journal of Botany, 81(7):858-867, 1994.
obtusata no mostro alguna asociacion significativa con la altura de los individuos, aspecto poco comun, pues en general las dimensiones de las fibras, en especial su longitud, aumentan con relacion al tamano del individuo como se ha observado en Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum, Buddleja cordata y Gmelina arborea (Aguilar-Rodriguez et al.
praecox and some cacti species such as Mytillocactus geometrizans (figure 3), Pachycereus marginatus and Stenocereuspruinosus (Valiente-Banuet et al.