from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, preferring or habitually growing in soil impregnated with salt, or various salts, as maritime plants.
- In zoology, inhabiting salt marshes and sea-coasts.
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Atropis distans-Limonium gmelinii association: This association does not form a continuous belt but rather grows in patches; it is less halophilous than the species below.
In the desert coastal areas of western Venezuela, mangrove forests are associated with xerophilous littoral scrubs, and halophilous and psammophilous littoral meadows.
Other types of vegetation are cactus scrub, xerophilous open woodland, rock associations, psammophilous associations, and halophilous associations.