Synonyms for colubrina or Related words with colubrina

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Examples of "colubrina"
Chemical compounds contained in "A. colubrina" include:
Anadenanthera colubrina" var. "colubrina is a tree native to Argentina and Brazil. Common names for it include Angico, Angico-brabo-liso, Angico-cambui, Angico-coco, Angico-escuro, Angico-liso, Angico-vermelho, Aperta-ruao and Cambui-angico.
This plant is almost identical to that of a related tree, "Anadenanthera colubrina", commonly known as cebíl or vilca. The beans of "A. colubrina" have a similar chemical makeup as "Anadenanthera peregrina", with their primary constituent being bufotenin.
"A. colubrina" is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Cuba, and Mauritius.
"Colubrina beccariana" grows naturally in Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. Its habitat is lowland rainforest.
A synonym for this species is Anguis colubrina, given by Linnaeus.
The larvae are thought to feed on psyllids in galls on "Colubrina texana".
Riparian vegetation includes angico-vermelho (Anadenanthera colubrina ), camboim (Myrciaria delicatula), embira (Daphnopsis) and espinheira-santa (Maytenus ilicifolia).
Orientin is found in "Adonis vernalis", in "Anadenanthera colubrina" and "Anadenanthera peregrina", and in the "Phyllostachys nigra" bamboo leaves
"Colubrina asiatica", native to tropical Asia, eastern Africa and northern Australia, has become an invasive species in Florida.
Plants species include "Amburana cearensis", "Anadenanthera colubrina", "Aspidosperma pyrifoliam", "Cnidoscolus quercifolius" and various species of Croton, Mimosa and Cactus.
"Anadenanthera colubrina" - "Erythrina verna" - "Mimosa pudica" - "Dalbergia nigra" - "Ingá" - "Hymenaea courbaril" - "Enterolobium timbouva" - "Mora" - "Myrocarpus frondosus" - "Vigna unguiculata".
"Anadenanthera colubrina" var. "colubrina" normally grows to a height of about 10–20 m, but occasionally it will be seen up to 30 m tall. It can be found growing at an altitude of 100–1200 m in areas with 1200–2000 mm/year annual rainfall.
Anadenanthera colubrina (also known as vilca, huilco, huilca, wilco, willka, cebil, or angico) is a South American tree closely related to Yopo, or "Anadenanthera peregrina". It grows from 5 m to 20 m tall and the trunk is very thorny. The leaves are mimosa-like, up to 30 cm in length and they fold up at night. In Chile, "A. colubrina" produces flowers from September to December and bean pods from September to July. In Brazil "A. colubrina" has been given "high priority" conservation status.
Colubrina nicholsonii (Pondo weeping thorn, ) is species of tree in the family Rhamnaceae. It is a protected species endemic to South Africa.
Common species where the soil is richer include Anadenanthera colubrina (angico), Astronium fraxinifolium (gonçalo-alves), Dilodendron bippinatum (maria-pobre) and Callisthene fasciculata (jacaré-da-folha-grande).
The larvae feed on "Colubrina texensis". They mine the leaves of their host plant. Older larvae feed freely on the leaf.
"Lasiodiscus" is morphologically similar to "Colubrina", which occurs in the Neotropics, Asia and Afrotropics, but preliminary molecular analysis failed to group them as nearest relatives.
Colubrina beccariana is a tree of tropical Asia in the buckthorn family Rhamnaceae. It is named for the Italian botanist Odoardo Beccari.
The small trees have opposite, often asymmetric leaves. As with "Colubrina", the flower ovaries are surrounded by a nectariferous disc that fills the receptacle.