1. any of various shrubs or shrubby trees of the genus Erythrina having trifoliate leaves and racemes of scarlet to coral red flowers and black seeds; cultivated as an ornamental
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  • The mammee-tree and the genipa, * with large and shining leaves, raise their branches vertically towards the sky; whilst those of the courbaril and the erythrina form, as they extend, a thick canopy of verdure. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • He sig - naled Erythrina, and the two of them presented them - selves at the log-in point and provided just the codes that Virginia had given him. True Names
  • Erythrina variegata is bird-pollinated, outcrossed and sometimes genetically incompatible. Chapter 10
  • Swamp wood in shallower waters is often dominated by one or only a few species of trees and may include: Erythrina glauca, Pterocarpus officinalis in combination with Tabebuia insignis; Chrysobalanus icaco in combination with Annona glabra, Mauritia flexuosa, or Triplaris surinamensis. Paramaribo swamp forests
  • THOMAS, D. and HANSON, J. (1993) Forage potential of Erythrina abyssinica: intake, digestibility and growth rates for stall-fed sheep and goats in southern Ethiopia. Chapter 8
  • The voice stopped in midshriek, as Erythrina ze - roed the currently running simulator. True Names
  • The declining flowering phase of B. monosperma coincided with the peak flowering phase of Erythrina indica, another nectariferous tree with bright scarlet flowers that attract birds.
  • With their rapid growth and prolific nodulation, all erythrinas are a good source of organic matter for green manure. Chapter 10
  • To the nullah I observed Stellaria cana, Berberis asiatica, which has re - appeared, Erythrina, Rubus deltoid, which is very common all over these parts and whose fruit is palatable, Uvularia, Swertia plantaginifolia, Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
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