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  • 'Pterocera aurantiaca L, Ostafrika,' circa 1938-39, by Alfred Ehrhardt, on show in Hannover.

    Time Off

  • Other vegetation types include: herbaceous marsh and swamp found in seasonally inundated depressions, dominated by rushes, sedges, calabash Amphitecna breedlovei, bullet tree Bucida buceras and Jacquinia aurantiaca; grass savannas with scattered medium-talled (3-10m) A. breedlovei and logwood Haematoxylon campechianum; low semi-deciduous forest with a canopy 8-15 m in height, and formed by B. simaruba, poison wood Cameraria latifolia and H. campechianum; and medium semi-deciduous forest with a multi-level canopy 8-25 m in height.

    Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, Belize

  • The once plentiful Sandersonia aurantiaca, a monotypic endemic genus whose beautiful orange-yellow flowers has led to the species common name of Christmas bells, is becoming increasingly rare.

    Biological diversity in Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany

  • The spread of invasive species typically follows a pattern similar to the one shown above, for the colonization of jointed prickly pear (Opuntia aurantiaca).

    Invasion fact sheet

  • The Eastern Himalaya EBA, which also overlaps with part of the Indo-Burma Hotspot, has nearly 20 endemic species, including four that are fully endemic to the Himalayas: the chestnut-breasted partridge (Arborophila mandellii, VU) and rusty-throated wren babbler (Spelaeornis badeigularis, VU), plus the white-throated tit (Aegithalos niveogularis) and orange bullfinch (Pyrrhula aurantiaca).

    Biological diversity in the Himalayas

  • Brooks's leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus subvirdis), Kashmir nuthatch (Sitta cashmirensis), orange bullfinch (Pyrrhula aurantiaca), and Tytler's leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus tytleri) are some of the restricted-range species in the open coniferous and deciduous forest throughout the ecoregion.

    East Afghan montane conifer forests

  • _Ceriactis aurantiaca_, one with, the other without, yellow cells, were next exposed, with a precisely similar result.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 324, March 18, 1882

  • Osage Orange = (_Maclura aurantiaca_) (Bois d'Arc).

    Seasoning of Wood

  • In addition to the striking orange flower, = D. aurantiaca = (Orange Daisy), a wide range of colours, including many delicate tints, has been evolved by careful hybridisation.

    The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition

  • Osage Orange _ (maclura aurantiaca) _s generally supposed to be poison, and is described in Webster's dictionary as "a hard and inedible fruit," but I have found one kind, at least, superior to quinces.

    Three Acres and Liberty

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