Dalbergia

NOUN
  1. large genus of tropical trees having pinnate leaves and paniculate flowers and cultivated commercially for their dramatically grained and colored timbers
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  • Elsewhere, sal is intermingled with chir pine Pinus roxburghii along the southern face of the Churia Hills and with tree species such as Terminalia belerica, Dalbergia latifolia, Anogeissus latifolius, Dillenia indica and Garuga pinnata on northern slopes. Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal
  • Blackthorn Acacia mellifera and zebrawood Dalbergia melanoxylon dominate in the drier conditions beside Lake Eyasi. Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
  • The international arena there is a toxic timber directory, which does not include Romer black Dalbergia .
  • Species found associated with these mangroves because of their location adjacent to tropical forests and because of high freshwater input include the tropical forest species, leguminosae vine (Dalbergia brownei), and Apocynaceae liana (Rhabdadenia biflora); freshwater macrophytes, Araceae Montrichardia arborescens, and Leguminosae Mora oleifera; and palm species, Euterpe oleracea and Orbygnia martiana. Pará mangroves
  • It can form monospecific 'islands' on patches of dark soil but is often found in association with Acrostichum danaeafolium, Bucida spinosa, Cladium jamaicense, Conocarpus erectus, Dalbergia glabra, Chrysobalanus icaco and Thrinax radiata. Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
  • Its dominant species are Brachystegia spiciformis and muyombo B. boehmii with Julbernardia globiflora, bloodwood Pterocarpus angolensis, blackwood Dalbergia melanoxylon and Isoberlinia spp. with a shrub layer of Diplorhyncus condylocarpus and species of leadwood Combretum. Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
  • In vegetation so dense it was sometimes impossible to find the ground, we collected wild begonias and salvias, delicate ferns and oxalis, boehmerias and at least three unknown plants, a new species of Dalbergia, a new Centropogon with a brilliant red corolla, and an exquisite aroid later named for Tim, Caladium plowmanii. One River
  • Species found associated with these mangroves because of their location adjacent to tropical forests and because of high freshwater input include the tropical forest species, leguminosae vine (Dalbergia brownei), and Apocynaceae liana (Rhabdadenia biflora); freshwater macrophytes, Araceae Montrichardia arborescens, and Leguminosae Mora oleifera; and palm species, Euterpe oleracea and Orbygnia martiana. Pará mangroves
  • ObjectiveTo analyze the suitable producing areas of Dalbergia odorifera T. Chen in order to provide scientific basis for determination the planting areas of D. odorifera T.
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