Cercocarpus


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Cercocarpus

a North American genus of the Rosaceae plant family; includes C. breviflorus, C. montanus; contains cyanogenetic glycosides and may cause cyanide poisoning. Called also mountain mahogany.
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In the mountain and desert regions, try these plants instead: Cercocarpus intricatus (it can even be made into a ball-shaped topiary), Opuntia polyacantha, and Yucca rostrata.
Hybridization in rare plants: insight from case studies in Cercocarpus and Helianthus.
In the featherweight sapling division, five new champions weighed in with 30-something points: littleleaf leucaena (38 points, Pima County, Arizona), Gregg ash (37 points, Big Bend National Park, Texas), purple-osier willow (33 points, Monroe County, New York), Virginia stewartia (33 points, Chesapeake County, Virginia), and birchleaf cercocarpus (30 points, Coconino National Forest, Arizona).
hypoxanta, Arbutus xalapensis, Cercocarpus mojadensis, Juniperus monosperma, Rhus virens, Yucca carnerosana, Gymnosperma glutinosum y Dasylirion spp.
Ertter 1981, 12[male] (00172427-00172438), 10[female] (00172439-00172448), 2 nymphs (00172449, 00172450) Cercocarpus montanus (Rosaceae), l[male] (00172542), 9[female] (00172543-00172551) (AMNH).
Effects of microhabitat patchiness on patterns of seed dispersal and seed predation of Cercocarpus ledifolius (Rosaceae).
High Juniperus occidentalis Tsuga mertensiana Cercocarpus ledifolius Abies amabilis Pinus contorta Abies lasiocarpa Artemisia tridentata Abies procera Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus Abies magnifica var.
Population variation of Cercocarpus in the White Mountains of California as related to habitat.
repanda, Abelia grandifolia, Cercocarpus macrophyllus, Nolina hibernica, Berberis hartwegii, Croton ehrenbergii, Garrya glaberrima, Litsea glaucescens y Amelanchier denticulata.
1989), Cercocarpus montanus e Amelanchier alnifolia em ovinos (BURRITT & PROVENZA, 1990) e Amorimia rigida em caprinos (BARBOSA et al.
Predominant plant species included mountain big sagebrush Artemisia tridentata vaseyana, antelope bitterbrush Purshia tridentata, alderleaf mountain mahogany Cercocarpus montanus, skunkbush sumac Rhus trilobata, Saskatoon serviceberry Amelanchier alnifolia, quaking aspen Populus tremuloides, willow Salix spp.
Vegetation on north slopes in these drainages is similar to that noted for the capture site, whereas south slopes are mostly dominated by mountain shrub communities (such as Quercus gambellii, Cercocarpus montanus, Amelanchier spp.