Caesalpinia


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Related to Caesalpinia: Caesalpinia bonduc, Caesalpinia bonducella, Caesalpinia pulcherrima, Caesalpinia gilliesii, Caesalpinia sappan

Caesalpinia

toxic plant in family Caesalpiniaceae; contains tannins; causes vomiting, diarrhea. Called also bird of paradise tree.
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Caesalpinia mexicana was the nurse plant with the least number of species growing under its canopy.
Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) recovery plan in 1994 or 1995 that included the phrase "to secure and manage Keith Robinson's land" for Caesalpinia kauaiensis, an extremely rare species of small tree.
90]) values of Ervatamia coronaria and Caesalpinia pulcherrima against early III instar larvae of Anopheles subpictus were 86.
Dominance of Acacia, Caesalpinia, Cassia, Mimosa, and other leguminous trees and shrubs reveals pantropical relationships of thorny communities of the New and Old worlds related to paleoclimatic and paleogeographical events (M.
INCI name: Caesalpinia sappan Suggested use levels: Up to 2%, depending on the depth of color required Applications: Natural color Comments: Sappanwood Extract from Sabinsa imparts two colors depending on the pH of the product.
2006), trabalhando com sementes de Caesalpinia ferrea, recomenda a temperatura de 30[degrees]C e o substrato de areia.
Two colloquial names are awarded to Caesalpinia gilliesii: they are "dwarf Poinciana" and "bird of paradise bush".
SHRUBS: Butterfly bush, Caesalpinia, fuchsia, gardenia, glorybower, hebe, hydrangea, Justicia, spiraea.
Gomez) 1 Yes Alwan & Stace (Combretaceae) Bursera frenningeae Correll (a) 1 Yes (Burseraceae) Bursera inaguensis Britton 1 Buxus bahamensis Baker (Buxaceae) 1 Caesalpinia bahamensis Lam.