lomatia


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Noun1.lomatia - any of various ornamental evergreens of the genus Lomatia having attractive fragrant flowers
genus Lomatia - small genus of low-growing evergreens of Chile and Australia; some yield dyes
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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3, Fitzroya cupressoides 1, in 4; Nothofagus nitida and Olsynium junceum + in 5; Lomatia ferruginea III in 6; Tepualia stipularis II in 7; Festuca thermarum, Cladonia laevigata, Chorisodontium magellanicum, Dicranoloma robustum and Sphagnum falcatulum I in 8; another 17 species: shrubby (2 Berberis), grass-sedge type (2 Carex, 1 Uncinia, 2 Festuca) and chamaephytics (2 Azorella, 2 Bolax) in 9; Cladonia pycnoclada and Dicranoloma billardierei II, Racomitrium wilii V, in 10;.
hystrix, Chusquea culeau y retamo (MACN); 1[male] 1 nymph, same data, 14-I-2004, fogging s/ Lomatia dentata, Nothofagus obliqua (MACN); 1[male], 20 km E Potrero Grande, El Relvo, 8-II-2004, fogging s/ Nothofagus dombeyi, 35[grados]11.
Proteaceae also occur in the Paleocene of New Zealand, and include an incomplete but cuticle-bearing pinnatifid leaf described by Pole (1997) as Lomatia novaezelandiae.
It beats a Tasmanian seagrass, Lomatia tasmanica, believed to be 43,600 years old.
Tres son citas nuevas de generos para el paramo del Neotropico: Cacosmia, Paranephelius y Lomatia, asi mismo, 40 especies son citas nuevas para la lista de plantas vasculares propuesta por Luteyn (1999).
Y Gwylly woodland gardens, adjoining Portmeirion village, takes up to 70 acres of the Aber peninsula with its rocky headlands and sandy coves, and is renowned for its rhododendrons, griselinia littoralis, lomatia, maytenus boaria, olearia, bromeliads, Dicksonia fibrosa and echium pininana.
The most common shrubs include species such as the nitrogen-fixing, prostrate shrub Discaria articulata (Rhamnaceae), taller shrubs such as Maytenus boaria (Celastraceae), Schinus patagonicus (Anacardiaceae), Lomatia hirsuta (Proteaceae), Baccharis rhomboidalis (Compositae), Berberis buxifolia (Berberidaceae), Fabiana imbricata (Solanaceae), and cushion shrubs such the dominant Mulinum spinosum (Umbelliferae).
These will include a lomatia ferruiginea from New Zealand - it is a tender shrub and it has lovely yellow and red flowers.
Otros arboles de gran importancia en estos bosques cordilleranos son Lomatia hirsuta, Maytenus boaria y Schinus patagonicus.
nigrum II, Berberis actinacantha, Gavilea venosa, Cynoglossum paniculatum, Lomatia dentata, Loasa aff.