I think Xerophytes
are spelt wrongly, or pronounced wrongly.
Before this study, both fruit fly species had only been recorded in Tucuman at lower elevations (below 1,200 m) from xerophyte
shrub land, locally known as "phyto-geographical Chaco region", to subtropical montane rainforest, commonly known as "phyto-geographical region of the Yungas" (Ovruski et al.
The current literature apparently does not agree whether blackbrush is a xerophytes
or a sclerophyll.
As a xerophyte
(a plant adapted to dry air and soil), the olive loved the arid West.
Cactus pear is a xerophyte
that is essential as forage reserve in semi-arid regions.
This vegetation is representative of a mature stage of a series of climatophilous vegetation or of a permanent community of a xerophyte
Plant that can grow in very dry areas because of special features including hairy leaves, thick cuticles, or a small leaf area.
: Plant adapted for growth under arid conditions.
In China, crops, wild plants, tropical plants, alpine plants, halophytes, xerophyte
, hydrophyte, geophyte, parasitic plants, are all found to be mycorrhizal.
Relics of the xerophyte
vegetation of Beringia in northeastern Asia.
Graduate student, Xerophyte
Ecophysiology Laboratory, UCV.
They demonstrated that both assemblages are coeval and that the former represent hygrophyte associations and the latter, xerophyte
ones; the vertical succession of floras is thus climatically controlled and any of them can be found in a time interval ranging from the Late Carboniferous to the Early Permian.