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colubrine

(kŏl′ə-brīn′, kŏl′yə-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or resembling a snake.
2. Colubrid.
3. Of or relating to a colubrid snake of the subfamily Colubrinae, including the king snakes and rat snakes.
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Diphysa robinioides (127), Colubrina arborescens (59), Erythrina sp (52), Samanea saman (51) y Cedrela odorata (30) fueron las especies dominantes en las parcelas de 30 anos, juntas agruparon 63% del total de individuos (Figura 4a), en tanto que en las de 50, las mejor representadas fueron Musa sp (222), Colubrina arborescens (195), Erythrina sp (112), Cedrela odorata (79) y Persea americana (66) que agrupan 54% del total de individuos (Figura 4b).
2002) found that the separation between two sympatric sibling sea snake species, Laticauda colubrina and Laticauda frontalis, which overlap in both geographical distribution and breeding season, is maintained by species-specific pheromones that control male courtship.
Later, it was discovered that the seeds from Anandenanthera colubrina were also used by certain indigenous groups in Argentina, Chile and Colombia.
2004) observed that Anadenantheta colubrina, either Fabaceae, presented positive response to the P application.
Robyns, tambien terrazas onduladas y quebradas secas por donde drenan las aguas de las colinas, presentado una vegetacion predominantemente arborea dominada por Anadenanthera colubrina (Uell.