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Noun1.Tipuana - one species: South American tree: tipu tree
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
pride of Bolivia, tipu, tipu tree, yellow jacaranda - semi-evergreen South American tree with odd-pinnate leaves and golden yellow flowers cultivated as an ornamental
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237) ao avaliar as nove vias da cidade de Porto Alegre-RS que apresentam uma distribuicao de arvores de ambos os lados formando o chamado "tunel verde" tambem observaram a alta representatividade das especies exoticas, pois do total de registros efetuados o Jacaranda mimosifolia representou 48%do total, Tipuana tipu 10,9%, Lagerstroemia indica 10,7%, Ligustrum lucidum 5,8% e outras 57 especies distribuidas nos 24,6% restantes.
In other species (Cassia grandis, Swartzia dipetala, Tipuana tipu, Indigofera lespedezioides, Platycyamus regnelli, Desmodium incanum and Gliricidia sepium), the cuticle remains continuous up to anthesis (Figs.
590 Cicadellinae Cicadellini Tipuana expallida * -71.
El segundo nivel corresponde a la Selva Montana (7001 500m) de maxima precipitacion entre 1 500 y 3 000mm anuales en la cual predominan Tipuana tipu Benth (tipa) y Cynamomun porphyrium (Griseb.
Tree species recorded as testing positive for Cryptococcus gattii Location Species (common name) Native and exported tree ranges Argentina Acacia visco (arca), Cedrus Australia, Africa, Asia, deodara * (deodar cedar), Britain, Canada, Central Cupressus sempervirens * America, England, Europe, (Mediterranean cypress), Japan, South America, Eucalyptus microcorys United States (tallowwood), Tipuana tipu (rosewood), Ulmus campestris (English elm) Australia Angophora costata (smooth Australia, Africa, Asia, bark apple), E.
So Green installed 35 Tipuana tipu trees that first year--one for every year he had been on the planet.
Thanks to several readers who reminded me that the pink and golden trumpet trees mentioned in last week's column are Tabebuia, not Tipuana, species.