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- chinensis Altingia excelsa Altingia gracilipes Altingia multinervis Altingia obovata Altingia poilanei Altingia siamensis Altingia tenuifolia Altingia yunnanensis...
- Species: A. cunninghamii Binomial name Araucaria cunninghamii Mudie Synonyms Altingia cunninghamii (Mudie) Corrie Eut****a cunninghamii (Mudie) G.Don Eutacta...
- composed of hybrids of species of Altingia and Liquidambar. This result had been expected for some time. Altingia and Liquidambar are known to be paraphyletic...
- species are Bhelu Tetrameles nudiflora, Borpat Ailanthus grandis and Jutuli Altingia excelsa. The general vegetation type of the entire tract is cl****ified...
- is also increased. Cercidiphyllum + Daphniphyllum, Chrysosplenium and Altingia are examples of the complete loss of petals. The ancestral stamen:petal...
- India Endo****a damor – India, Himalaya Recorded food plants: Albizia, Altingia, Cinchona, Coffea, Erythrina, Eugenia, Glochidion, Manglietia, Nyssa, Schima...
- India and the Himalayas. Food plants for this species include Albizia, Altingia, Cinchona, Coffea, Erythrina, Eugenia, Glochidion, Manglietia, Nyssa, Schima...
- Aeschynanthus and Magnoliaceae grow at elevations of about 910 m (2,990 ft). Altingia excelsa, Terminalia myriocarpa, Selaginella, Lysimachia, Impatiens and...
- evidence for natural intergeneric hybridization between Liquidambar and Altingia". Journal of Plant Research. 123 (2): 231–239. doi:10.1007/s10265-009-0275-z...
- Corylopsis venablesi †Jenkinsella sp. †Protoaltingia europaea Altingiaceae Altingia sp. Liquidambar palaeocenica - sweetgum Oleaceae Fraxinus sp. Styracaceae...
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