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Drift Seeds and Drift Fruits
... however, they are usually of local origin. Trees of E. variegata are fairly easy to identify because the pods are longer than most cultivated coral trees, often up to 12 inches or ... its progenitor) may have given rise to several species of endemic coral trees in the tropical Pacific region. See Ocean Dispersal of Coral Trees Cycad Distribution & Continental Drift The Hawaiian Silver Sword The ...
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Arboretum Images 5
... coral tree (Erythrina caffra). The seeds in the above photo were collected at the Palomar College arboretum. See The Remarkable Coral Trees (Erythrina) See Bright Red Seeds Of Coral Trees A hummingbird sipping sugary nectar from the tubular flowers of the Mexican coral tree (Erythrina coralloides) in ...
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Wayne P. Armstrong Bibliography
... 55 (1): 42-48 142 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994 REMARKABLE SWAMP TREES ZOONOOZ 67 (8): 24-27 143 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994 TIME ... -31 178 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999 THE EUCALYPTUS: CALIFORNIA'S UBIQUITOUS GUM TREES (pp. 30-34) In: POPULAR SCIENCE ANNUAL 2000. GROLIER INC., DANBURY, CONN. ... 31 2001 185 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001 A BURST OF FIRE: THE SPECTACULAR CORAL TREES ZOONOOZ 74 (3): 26-30 186 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001 CYCADS: ...
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Flowering Plants
... sugars containing radioactive carbon 14, scientists have shown that carbohydrates synthesized by nearby trees pass into the mycorrhizal soil fungi and eventually into the mycotrophic "fungus flowers ... Mucuna: Tropical Liana Pollinated By Bats Bat-Pollinated Calabash Gourds On Tree Trunks Coral Trees (Erythrina) Pollinated By Hummingbirds Datura Blossom Pollinated By Night-Flying Hawkmoth Cauliflory: ...
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Genetic Extra Credit LM 53-54
... fig (Ficus carica), apomictic seeds allow propagation of choice edible fig cultivars (female trees) without the transmission of viruses through cuttings. Apomixis also enables a pioneer seedling ... And Its Cyanobacterium Cycads & N-Fixing Cyanobacteria Gunnera & N-Fixing Cyanobacteria The Pollination Of Coral Trees The Yucca And The Yucca Moth Lichens: Nature's Perfect Marriage Amazing Parasitic ...
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Continental Drift & Plant Distribution
... viable even after many months at sea. There are more than 100 species of coral trees (Erythrina), mostly found in Mexico, Central and South America, and Africa. It is doubtful ... several species of endemic coral trees in the tropical Pacific region. Read About The Amazing Cycads Read About Coral Trees (Erythrina) Read About Copal Trees (Hymenea) Read About Pollination In Coral Trees Return To WAYNE' ...
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Fruit Identification Outline
... leaf or carpel that is fused along the edges. E.g. black locust, redbud, acacia, coral tree, orchid tree, wisteria and many more genera. Note: Some legume fruits are indehiscent, ... Fig & Its Wasp Flowers & Multiple Fruit (Syncarp) Of Mulberry Miscellaneous Notes On Fruit Types: Some trees produce seeds and pollen in separate inflorescences called catkins or aments. This includes monoecious species ...
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Flower Terminology (Part 1)
... fully independent, or it may retain its mycorrizal relationship throughout its life. The coral-root orchid seed (Corallorhiza) grows into a nonphotosynthetic mycotrophic wildflower. It absorbs carbohydrates ... trees. In a laboratory, orchid seeds can be grown in nutrient agar, like a sterile (axenic) culture of bacteria or fungal spores. See Two Spectacular Orchid Blossoms See The Mycotrophic Coral ...
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Palomar Mtn. Lichens
... and on the bark of trees, including various umbrella-shaped mushrooms and toadstools (agarics and boletes), shelf and bracket fungi (polypores), puffballs and earthstars, stinkhorns, coral fungi, cup fungi and the black, gall-shaped Daldinia concentrica. Some of the soil fungi form a symbiotic (mutualistic) association with the roots of forest trees and ...
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Mucuna--Sea Beans
... species of Mucuna are climbing woody vines called lianas that twine through the rain forest trees like "botanical boa constrictors." Their bat-pollinated flowers and pods are produced on long, rope ... from New Guinea with bright red, pea-shaped flowers. Photographed at Fairchild Tropical Garden in Coral Gables, Florida. Several Mucuna species from Central America: A. M. urens. B. M. holtonii (cf ...
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