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Diario El Día
Mon, 08 Jun 2015 22:15:00 -0700

Magnolias (producidas en nuestro vivero); araucaria araucana (Pehuén) traída de Neuquén, que ya esta en La Plata, como restitución de una especie perdida en el Zoo; acacia caven (Espinillo); Prosopis alba (Algarrobo blanco) uno traído en canje y otro ...
 
Mongabay.com
Mon, 06 Jan 2014 03:27:00 -0800

Nearly 45 percent of central Chile encompasses a unique biome called espinal, savannahs dominated by a spiny tree called the espino (Acacia caven). Since the espinal lends itself easily to the grazing of cattle, it has been exploited for such use for ...
 
The Ecologist (blog)
Thu, 27 Mar 2014 07:03:45 -0700

The Chilean espinal is dominated by a South American acacia called espino (the thorn tree Acacia caven) and is traditionally used to pasture sheep, goats and cattle. Chileans think of the espinal as lacking wildlife and other natural values, often ...
 
BBC News
Fri, 11 Nov 2011 02:15:40 -0800

Human-made fires are influencing the evolutionary process of some plant species' seeds, a study has shown. Scientists found that seeds that were less rounded and coated in thicker protective hairs were more likely to survive fires used to clear scrub.

Radio Bío-Bío

Radio Bío-Bío
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 10:23:56 -0800

“La comunidad vegetal afectada por el emplazamiento del camino corresponde a una formación de Espino-Litre (Acacia caven-Lithraea caustica), con especies acompañantes arbustivas como Tevo (Retanillatrinervia), Flourensia turífera y suculentas como ...
 
Diario de Cuyo
Fri, 30 May 2014 17:22:30 -0700

A partir del diagnóstico realizado en la zona pudieron destacarse especies arbóreas de gran valor como por ejemplo, Prosopis chilensis (Algarrobo chileno), (Jarilla), Parkinsonia praecox (Brea), Acacia caven (Espinillo), Acacia aroma (Tusca), Acacia ...

El Intransigente

El Intransigente
Mon, 13 May 2013 07:18:51 -0700

Los árboles pertenecen a las especies algarrobo (Prosopis alba), Fumo Bravo (Solanum umbellatum), Cochucho (Zanthoxylum coco), Tipa Blanca (Tipuana tipu), Molle (Schinus areira), Guarán Amarillo (Tecoma stans), Churqui (Acacia caven) y Yuchán ...
 
Diario de Cuyo
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 23:03:36 -0800

Acacia caven (espinillo), en las zonas 1; 2; 3 y 4; Bahuiniacandida (Pata de vaca; Árbol de las orquídeas), en las zonas 1 y 4; Eleagnus angustifolia (Laurel rosa), en las zonas 1; 2; 3 y 4; Hybiscussyriacus (Rosa de Siria; Hibisco), en las zonas 1; 2 ...
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