confertus

con·fer·tus

(kon-fer'tŭs),
Arranged closely together; coalescing.
[L. confercio, pp. -fertus, to cram together, fr. farcio, to fill full, cram]
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confertus, the southern subspecies, introduced into the southwestern United States from Texas (Dill and Cordone 1997).
The bird communities of a natural secondary forest and a Lophostemon confertus plantation in Hong Kong, south China.
1984) recognized the Dimorphograptus confertus graptolite Biozone in East Baltic drill cores at the level from which B.
Exterior appendix grisea, constans e magna basali cellula extra prominenti et 3-4 superpositis cellulis gradatim minoribus, ex quibus confertus caespes elongatorum ac fusciorum antheridiorum gignit.
confertus was extremely difficult to penetrate, with less than 2 mm of end-penetration regardless of pressure period.
0 m) of dense, slightly dolomitized calcareous marlstone with graptolites Dimorphograptus confertus (Nicholson), Rhaphidograptus toernquisti Elles & Wood, and Pribylograptus sandersoni (Lapworth) (Kaljo & Vingisaar 1969), dated as the D.
rufo-sericeae c d c c Non-endemic native plants Ageratum conyzoides c Alternanthera echinocephala c Blechum pyramidatum c Boerhaavia caribaea c c c c Bursera graveolens d d d Commelina diffusa c Commicarpus tuberosus c Cordia lutea d c d c Cryptocarpus pyriformis c c c Cyperus confertus c Eragrostis ciliaris c Kyllinga brevifolia s Maytenus octogona c c Panicum dichotomiflorum c P.