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Noun1.forestiera - any plant of the genus Forestieraforestiera - any plant of the genus Forestiera  
genus Forestiera - genus of often spiny American shrubs and trees
desert olive, Forestiera neomexicana, tanglebush - spiny branching deciduous shrub of southwestern United States having clusters of insignificant yellow-white flowers appearing before leaves followed by attractive black berrylike fruits
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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(Verbenaceae) (Florida State Collection of Arthropods (FSCA] numbers E2015-2880, 3068), and adults and cast nymphal exoskeletons were found on Forestiera segregata (Jacq.) Krug& Urban (Oleaceae) (FSCA# E2015-3439).
Si va da Toledo alla Litoranea, da via Partenope ai mille e piu vicoli della citta fino all'Inghilterra, "terra promessa dell'amore" (Patroni Griffi, 1975: 129), dove lei vorrebbe coronare il suo sogno di farsi "forestiera" e vivere con il sergente Jack Cartwright.
Alessandro Portelli explicates the project "Roma Forestiera" which was launched in 2010 to collect, study, and encourage the musical production of migrants in both public and private spaces.
The species Amyris madrensis, Amyris texana, Havardia pallens, Bernardia myricaefolia, Condalia hookeri, Randia laetevirens, Sideroxylum langinosum, Forestiera angustifolia, Celtis pallida, Fraxinus greggi, Ehretia anacua, and Celtis laevigata are characteristic of the most productive sites (intermittent and ephemeral floodplains), whereas Lippia graveolens, Acacia rigidula, Acacia berlandieri, Calliandra conferta, Turnera diffusa, Krameria lanceolata, Helietta parvifolia, and Leucophyllum frutescens are typical shrub species found in low productivity and semi-arid sites.
ex Nutt.) Sarg.), swamp privet, Forestiera acuminate (Michx.) Poir., and button bush, are present near the edges of the swamp.
The modified classification system also represents the general species of plants present (e.g., native, mixed, or exotic), consisting of species such as willow, cottonwood, saltcedar, Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia), New Mexico olive (Forestiera neomexicana), and seep willow (Baccharis salicifolia).
The goats have a very strong preference in the consumption of fruits of Cordia boissieri , Pithecellobium pallens, Acacia rigidula, Forestiera angustifolia, Acacia farnesiana and Celtis pallida.