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  • The tallest trees that emerge from the canopy include Ceiba pentandra, Terminalia amazonica, Cedrelinga catenaeformis, Carapa guianensis, and Hevea guianensis var. lutea, a type of rubber tree.

    Solimões-Japurá moist forest

  • Other shallow water species include Millepora platyphylla and Porites lutea.

    Ujung Kulon National Park and Krakatau Nature Reserve, Indonesia

  • The leaf man trough, meant to be a nice deep round hypertufa but most of the sides fell off from being unmolded too soon, is now home to miniature conifers, Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Pygmy’, Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Nana lutea’, silver Thymus ‘Heigh-Ho Silver’ and Armeria ‘Nifty Thrifty’.

    December Foliage « Fairegarden

  • The plant is Corydalis lutea; it grows not just everywhere but absolutely anywhere.

    Weirdos and the undead

  • Birds with restricted range include the spotted redshank (Tringa erythropus), Jananese Robin (Erithacus akahige), Bull-headed Strike (Lanius bucephalus), and the Forest Wagtail (Motacilla lutea).

    South Sakhalin-Kurile mixed forests

  • These campos have specialized formation with unique flora Some of the vegetation in this Serra includes Calea lutea and other plants characteristic of caatinga forest.

    Mato Grosso tropical dry forests

  • The flora, especially on the limestone which is one of the most active centers of floristic speciation in the Balkans, includes many rare species such as the Pirin poppy, Papaver pirinica, golden aquilegia Aquilegia aurea, yellow gentian Gentiana lutea and edelweiss Leontopodium alpinum.

    Pirin National Park, Bulgaria

  • Chaparral consists primarily of shrub species like the papelillo (Bouganvillea sp.), some cacti and the overo (Cordia lutea) among others and the algarrobal dominated by species of algarrobo (Prosopis spp.) are also vegetative associations of this ecoregion.

    Tumbes-Piura dry forests

  • The driest and lowest islands have an extremely simple flora, usually dominated by grass (Lepturus repens) and Tribulus cistoides or Portulaca lutea, sometimes with areas of T. argentea, P. acidula, and S. taccada scrub.

    Central Polynesian tropical moist forests

  • Many of what were former cotton and sugar cane fields now are occupied by various combinations of Acacia nilotica, A. lutea, A. tortuosa, or A. farnesiana.

    Leeward Islands xeric scrub

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