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ECOLOGY AND PALAEOECOLOGY OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA
John W. Murray (2014-10-13)
(Science)
ISBN: 9781317899




table 17.3 (continued) epistominella arctica association salinity: 34.95%o temperature: -0.5 .to 0.2 °c substrate: silty sandy clay depth: 1181-2810 m distribution: 1. ellesmere island (green 1960) total 2. central (lagoe 1977) total additional common species: eponides tumidulus horvathi oridorsalis tener Stetsonia horvathi epistominella sp. buliminella elegantissima valvulineria arctica cassidulina teretis 1 (as valvulineria) 1, 2 (as eponides) 1, 2 2222 eponides tumidulus horvathi ...


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QUATERNARY STRATIGRAPHY AND PALEOCEANOGRAPHY OF THE CANADA BASIN, WESTERN ARCTIC OCEAN
Richard Z. Poore (1994)
(Geology)

information in tables 2 and 3 and figures 6 and 7 on benthic foraminifer assemblages in cores 5 and 3 was obtained by quantitative and qualitative methods using several size fractions and cannot be used for detailed interpretations. however, the data (figs. 6 and 7) reveal several broad features that reflect changing deepwater characteristics. assemblages from m1, m2, m3, and l1 of cores 5 and 3 are characterized by oridorsalis and Stetsonia horvathi. Stetsonia is a very small form ...


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THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HORTICULTURE
Thomas H. Everett (1982)
(Religion)
ISBN: 0824072405




the bulbs are planted at depths of 4 to 6 inches, after making sure that beneath them is a layer of earth several inches deep of a quality encouraging to roots. sternbergias need sun or light, part-day shade and deep, nutritious soil that tends to be dryish rather than wet. all are probably hardy. propagation is by offsets, bulb cuttings, and seed. Stetsonia (stet-sdnia). the only species of Stetsonia is a massive cactus, one of the most striking features of hot desert regions in argentina.


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PEYOTE
Edward F. Anderson (1996)
(History)
ISBN: 0816516545




1986, 735-36): from south america: echinopsis (trichocereus) gymnocalycium Stetsonia from north america: opuntia pachycereus pelecyphora polaskia stenocereus peyote alkaloids are found in the following plants: tyramine: echinopsis (trichocereus) spp. (agurell 1969); echinopsis rhodotricha, Stetsonia coryne (agurell et al. 1971, 184-85); obregonia (neal, sato, and mclaughlin 1971); cereus spp. (bruhn and lindgren 1976); and espostoa huanucoensis ( mata, mclaughlin, ...


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VERDE IN CASA
Aa. Vv. (2010-10-18T00:00:00+02:00)
(Gardening)
ISBN: 9788858002




Stetsonia. coryne. cactus boliviano arborescente, è coltivato per le spine fortissime e lunghe anche negli esemplari giovani. specie abbastanza rustica e adattabile, per crescere necessita di contenitori capienti, terreno minerale ben drenato, ricco, e annaffiature estive abbondanti, accompagnate da concimazioni specifiche. genere di piccoli cactus caratterizzati da spine pettinate, taglie boliviani, ridottissime e fioriture abbondanti, durevoli e dai colori sgargianti. questa specie è ...


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DICTIONARY OF TREES, VOLUME 2: SOUTH AMERICA
M.M. Grandtner (2013-09-21)
(Technology & Engineering)
ISBN: 9780123969




tratt. e venezuela steriphoma f stériphoma du venezuela 15226 steriphoma peruvianum spruce ex eichler capparaceae mw south america (peru) s [m]fd ( fruits) hermupoa peruviana kuntze e peru steriphoma f stériphoma du pérou 15227 steriphoma urbanii eggers capparaceae nw mw south america (end ecuador: esmeraldas, manabí) [s?] ex (critically endangered) e ecuador steriphoma f stériphoma d'équateur 15228 Stetsonia britton & rose cactaceae e Stetsonia f ...


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THE ARCTIC SEAS
Yvonne Herman (2012-12-06)
(Science)
ISBN: 9781461306




locality average % average depth (m) jones sound 1 359 genus Stetsonia parker 1954 Stetsonia horvati green: plate 21-v, figure 2 and 3 Stetsonia horvati green, 1960, p. 72, pl. 1, fig. 6a–b. vilks, 1969, p. 49, pl. 3, fig. 8a–b. test small, slightly trochospiral, involute on both sides, sutures radial, four to five chambers in the last whorl. aperture a high-arched slit at the base of the last chamber. well- preserved specimens are transparent. locality average % average depth (m) ...


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TROPICAL FORESTS
Gerard Meurant (2012-12-02)
(Technology & Engineering)
ISBN: 9780080984




2a), contains the quebrachos, aspidosperma quebracho-blanco, schinopsis quebracho-colorado, ruprechtia triflora, capparis spp., Stetsonia coryne, cereus spp., bulnesia sarmientoi, chorisia insignis, bromelia serra, and b. hieronymi as dominant species. palm-savannas, called palmares, colonize lower and moister parts of the land. savanna grassland colonize the lowest and wettest places. the palm-savannas which dominate the landscape of the forest/savanna mosaic in the ...


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THE GREAT CACTI
David Yetman (2007)
(Nature)
ISBN: 0816524319




Stetsonia coryne (salm-dyck) britton et rose unquillo, cactus, cardon, tuna, toothpick cactus an additional columnar cactus from argentina is noteworthy. Stetsonia coryne is a many-branched columnar cactus of the lower valleys (700 m and below), the chaco forest of the northwest lowlands, and similar habitats in bolivia and paraguay. among nonindigenous people, it is usually referred to simply as cardon or tuna. in eastern salta, it is also referred to as unquillo, but the general ...


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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CACTI
Willy Cullmann (1987)
(Gardening)

... browningia browningia browningia browningia browningia azureocereus tribe cereae gymnocereus jasminocereus jasminocereus jasminocereus jasminocereus jasminocereus Stetsonia Stetsonia Stetsonia Stetsonia Stetsonia cereus ...


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ACANTHOCALYCIUM
ADENIUM
ADROMISCHUS
AEONIUM
AGAVE
ALOE
ALOINOPSIS
ANACAMPSEROS
APOROCACTUS
ASTROPHYTUM
AUSTROCEPHALOCEREUS
BROWNINGIA
CARALLUMA
CARNEGIEA
CEPHALOCEREUS
CEREUS
CHAMAECEREUS
CHAMAELOBIVIA
CHEIRIDOPSIS
CLEISTOCACTUS
COLEOCEPHALOCEREUS
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CORYPHANTHA
COTYLEDON
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DELOSPERMA
DIOSCOREA
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EUPHORBIA
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HOYA
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NEOPORTERIA
NEORAIMONDIA
NOLINA
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