Clidemia hirta


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Clidemia hirta

plant in family Melatostomataceae; contains toxic tannins; causes hepatitis, nephrosis and weight loss. Called also harendong.
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Pinus caribaea (Pincar), Pinus tropicalis (Pintro), Faramea occidentalis (Farocc), Alibertia edulis (Aliedu), Byrsonima coriacea (Byrcor), Cyrilla racemiflora (Cyrrac), Xylopia aromatica (Xylaro), Matayba apetala (Matape), Brya microphylla (Brymic), Clidemia hirta (Clihir), Roigella correifolia (Roicor), Conostegia xalapensis (Conxal), Sorghastrum stipoides (Sorsti), Cyathea arborea (Cyaarb), Jenipa americana (Jename), Parathesis cubana (Parcub), Davila rugosa (Davrug), Tabernaemontana citrifolia (Tabcit), Callophyllun pinetorum (Calpin), Abarema obovalis (Abaobo), Acoelorrhaphe wrightii (Acowri), Costaea cubensis (Coscub), Befaria cubensis (Befcub) y Curatela americana (Curame)
Species Family Common name Andropogon bicornis (L) Poaceae Beard grass Clidemia hirta (L).
Ademas las especies que son nuevos registros para la provincia: Cyathea aspera, Odontosoria aculeata, Thelypteris reticulata, Thelypteris angustifolia, Burmannia capitata, Clidemia hirta, Gymnosiphon niveus, Isachne polygonoides, Leucocroton stenophyllus, Rhynchospora contracta, Savia cuneifolia, Utricularia subulata, Utricularia fimbriata y Zanthoxylon cubense que no han sido categorizadas, por las razones siguientes:
The idea of working together to address alien invasions on Maui was stimulated by the threat to conservation lands from Miconia calvescens, Tibouchina herbacea (glorybush), and Clidemia hirta (Koster's curse)--three aggressively invasive plants in the family Melastomataceae.
the shrub Clidemia hirta in the study site; Navas, 2010), which may disperse other tree seeds into these cleared plots.
Azolla filiculoides, Cabomba caroliniana, Eichhornia crassipes, Pistia stratiotes, and Saluinia molesta), humid terrestrial weeds (Ageratina adenophora, Chromolaena odorata, Clidemia hirta, Coccinia grandis, Cyperus rotundus, Ipomea carnea, Lantana camara, Mikania micrantha, Mimosa spp.
2]), Clidemia hirta (woody, pioneer, zoochorous and small-seeded species; 26.
The zoochoric and pioneer species Clidemia hirta was important mainly in the young restored forest.
The effectiveness of the weed biocontrol Liothrips urichi Karny (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae) released for biocontrol of the weed, Clidemia hirta (Melastomataceae), in HI has been reduced by generalist predators (Reimer 1988).