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Published In: Flora indica; or, descriptions of Indian Plants 2: 2. 1832. (Fl. Ind.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 10/3/2019)
Item State : Description complete
Acceptance : discussion
Project Data     (Last Modified On 10/28/2019)
Estatus: Introducido, Naturalizada, Cultivada
Life Form: Árbol
Flora Index Page Info: 4(1)-79
ContributorText: F.R. Barrie
Contributor: F.R. Barrie

 

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Muchas especies y cultivos de Eucalyptus han sido introducidos a Mesoamérica de una manera ornamental, como un recurso de productos maderables, o bien, por sus aceites medicinales. Entre las más importantes sobresalen: Eucalyptus botryoides Sm., E. cinerea F. Muell. ex Benth., E. citriodora Hook., E. crebra F. Muell., E. decaisneana Blume, E. exserta F. Muell., E. ficifolia F. Muell., E. grandis W. Hill ex Maiden, E. moluccana Roxb. (syn. E. hemiphloia F. Muell. ex Benth.), E. paniculata Sm., E. rudis Endl., E. saligna Sm., E. siderophloia Benth., E. sideroxylon A. Cunn. ex Woolls. Algunas están naturalizadas, incluso, aun localmente.

 
 
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