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floridanus colonies are common on red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle L.; Rhizophoraceae) tree islands (Simberloff & Wilson 1969; Cole 1983).
an inland species of Rhizophoraceae. Physiol Plant 74:276-283.
Different plant parts (leaf, bark, root, stilt root, hypocotyl and flower) of Rhizophoraceae mangrove plants (Bruguieracylindrica, Ceriops decandra, R.
Leaf phenological traits and leaf longevity of three mangrove species (Rhizophoraceae) on Okinawa Island, Japan.
Leguminous and non-leguminous forage species used for the experiment Family Common name Botanical name Rhizophoraceae Dawata Carallia integerrima Euphorbiaceae Kebella Aporosa lindeliyana Boraginaceae Imbul Ceiba perntandra Moraceae Jak fruit Artocarpus heterophyllus Leguminoseae Ipil ipil Leucaena leucocephala Leguminoseae Glirizidia Gliricidia sepium Table 2.
Rhizophora racemosa belongs to the family Rhizophoraceae. They are the most dominant tropical mangroves worldwide and are generally believed to play a vital role for mangrove ecosystems including shoreline protection, enhancement of water quality in near shore environments and support of estuarine and marine food chains (Duke and Bunt, 1999).
Outra contradicao observada e a presenca de um grande numero de familias com apenas uma especie, cuja representacao alcanca 15,1% da composicao floristica total, entre elas encontram-se: Araliaceae, Burseraceae, Boraginaceae, Bignoniaceae, Caryocariaceae, Cecropiaceae, Celastraceae, Combretaceae, Dychapetalaceae, Elaeocarpaceae, Erythroxylaceae, Linaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Ochnaceae, Olacaceae, Rhabdodendraceae Rhizophoraceae, Sterculiaceae e Vochysiaceae.
Mangroves of the Combretaceae and especially the Rhizophoraceae (the typical mangroves) have prominent stilt roots, visible in the upper photo showing the rhizophoraceous Bruguiera in a mangrove swamp in Port Barton, on Palawan Island, Philippines (see fig.