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Top of page Genetics Three widely distributed species, C. Reproductive Biology C. Throughout its native range it begins flowering at the beginning of the rainy season when new leaves are expanding, being September-October in Argentina, and May-August in Mexico, the Caribbean and northern South America Cintron, Trees are monoecious; male and female flowers are borne on the same inflorescence but the species is proterogynous female flowers open first.

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Top of page Genetics Three widely distributed species, C. Reproductive Biology C. Throughout its native range it begins flowering at the beginning of the rainy season when new leaves are expanding, being September-October in Argentina, and May-August in Mexico, the Caribbean and northern South America Cintron, Trees are monoecious; male and female flowers are borne on the same inflorescence but the species is proterogynous female flowers open first.

Pollination is by small insects and moths Ward et al. Fruit development takes months and they ripen during the following dry season, with the large woody capsule borne near branch tips.

Fruits ripen, split and shed seeds while still attached to the parent tree, opening from the top downward, each releasing winged seeds in the dry season.

Heavy seed crops are produced annually in some areas and biennially or irregularly in others. Seeds lose viability quickly unless stored very dry at reduced temperatures. Physiology and Phenology The following is taken from Cintron Early development of the seedling is rapid with optimal moisture and light.

Seedlings can grow both in shade and full sunlight. In natural forests, large numbers of seedling are observed near fruiting trees during the beginning of the rainy season but most of these disappear by the middle or end of the rains.

This high natural mortality may be due to shade or competition, or possibly pathogenic diseases such as damping off or other root problems Cintron, Seedlings and saplings have extremely shallow root systems and are sensitive to uprooting and root trampling. Seedlings grow to approximately cm tall with a stem diameter of 1 cm or more during the first year under favourable conditions.

Although tolerant of weeds during the seedling stage, it is considered intolerant of weeds and shade at the sapling stage and beyond. Its thin and spreading crown of light green leaves suggests it is a light demanding species, as does its fast growth and appearance after fire, in hedgerows and on ruins.

It is best described as late successional, as it has a moderately long life span Cintron, Associations In Puerto Rico, C. In continental moist and wet forests, it is also often associated with the more common and frequent mahogany Swietenia spp. Cintron, Environmental Requirements C. It is most abundant in the lowlands and foothills, and other species such as C. It prefers seasonally dry climates as reflected in its deciduous habit and its formation of presumably annual growth rings, preferring annual rainfall of mm with a dry season 2 to 5 months long, being stunted and slow-growing with mm, and is only sporadically in areas up to mm and only on very well-drained sites C.

It may be exacting in its soil requirements but these are still imperfectly understood. In the West Indies it is most commonly found on limestone-derived clay soils but it also grows on well-drained sites over acid soils derived from volcanic rock ultisols. The common denominators appear to be drainage and aeration of the soil, not soil pH, though no definitive studies of nutrient requirements in the forest has been performed Cintron,

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Lindsey Paretti — Blood Island. Columella with 5 prominent broad wings extending to apex of capsule. It also occurs in Brazil. Inflorescence terminal or subterminal, glabrous or sparsely puberulent, as long as or longer than leaves, thyrses usually congested, cm long, bracts subpersistent. Blog Friday 05 October Wildscreen With: Seeds light brown, In this country it is a major commercial species and yields a high grade and valuable timber. Harms suggests that this might be conspecific with C.

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Zulujar Rodents of Unusual Size communitycoypudocumentaryecosystemenvironmentfilmmakerfilmmakinginvasiveinvasive speciesrodentsUSAWetlandswildlife Monday 24 September Wildscreen With — Tom Hooker: This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible. Ovary in [female] flowers glabrous, obscurely 5-lobed, 5-locular, each loculus with ovules; style short ca. Cedro rosado Cedrela lilloi Estefania Sanchez In Peru, Herrera reports that it is common in some upland river valleys forming extensive stands. It is much cultivated in Lima, Cuzco lillou other townships as a shade tree. It also occurs in Brazil. Share on Facebook Tweet Send email.

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