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Brazil[edit]

Part I[edit]

Amazon rainforest[edit]

Tapajós-Xingu moist forests - NT0168

South-East Brazil - Atlantic forest (South)[edit]

Paraná-Paranaíba moist forests - NT0150
en:Alto Paraná Atlantic forests
Lowland
Highland
Serra do Mar coastal forests - NT0160
en:Serra do Mar coastal forests
Araucaria moist forests - NT0101
en:Araucaria moist forests
Cultivated
Wild

Others (Center and North-East)[edit]

Xingu-Tocantins-Araguaia moist forests - NT180
Maranhão Babaçu forests - NT0139
Pantanal - NT0907
en:Pantanal vegetation of Brazil
Category:Pantanal
en:Pantanal
Mato Grosso tropical dry forests - NT0140
"Cerrado" and "Caatinga"[edit]
Cerrado - NT0704
en:List of plants of Cerrado vegetation of Brazil
Category:Cerrado
en:Cerrado
Caatinga - NT1304
Campos Rupestres - Montane Savanna - NT0703
Atlantic forest (North)[edit]
Bahia Coastal forest - NT0103
Atlantic Dry forest - NT0202

Part II[edit]

  • Ipê-verde (Cybistax antisyphilitica (Mart.) Mart.)
  • Caroba-branca (Sparattosperma leucanthum (Vell.) K.Schum.)
  • Juvevê (Zanthoxylum kleinii (R.S. Cowan) P.G. Waterman)
Animals
Tropical - Araras, papagaios e tucanos
Tropical - Outros
Subtropical - Colibris
Subtropical - Outros
Temperate

Notes[edit]


  • Ipê-amarelo-de-jardim, amarelinho, guarã-guarã, ipê-amarelo-de-jardim, ipê-mirim, ipezinho-de-jardim ou sinos-amarelos
  • Ipê-amarelo-cascudo, aipê, ipê, ipê-amarelo, ipê-amarelo-da-mata, ipê-amarelo-paulista, ipê-do-campo, ipê-do-morro, ipê-tabaco, pau-mulato, Golden Trumpet tree (national flower of Brazil)
  • "Lapachillo", "lapacho amarillo" (Argentina)
  • Ipê-amarelo-do-cerrado, paratudo, craibeira, caraiberia, caroba-do-campo, cinco-em-rama, cinco-folhas-do-campo, ipê-amarelo-craibeira, Caribbean/ Paraguayan/ Silver Trumpet tree, Yellow poui or Tree of Gold or Son-Mohar
  • "Paratodo", "ceibo amarillo" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Tabebuia aurea (Silva Manso) Benth. & Hook.f. ex S.Moore, syn. Handroanthus leucophloeus (Mart. ex DC.) Mattos, Handroanthus caraiba (Mart.) Mattos, Tabebuia argentea (Bureau & K.Schum.) Britton, Tabebuia caraiba (Mart.) Bureau, Tabebuia suberosa Rusby, Bignonia aurea Silva Manso, Category:Bignonia aurea Silva Manso)
    • Tree: 20m high, 0.4m diametre, 3.0-3.5cm width of bark
    • Habitat: Formosa, Argentina; Pantanal, Cerrado, border to Amazon tropical forest and caatinga, Brazil
  • Pink Poui, Pink Tecoma, apama, apamate, matilisguate (national tree of El Salvador)
    • (Category:Tabebuia rosea (Bertol.) Bertero ex A.DC., syn. Tabebuia mexicana (Mart. ex DC.) Hemsl., Tabebuia punctatissima (Kraenzl.) Standl., Tecoma mexicana Mart. ex DC., Tecoma punctatissima Kraenzl., Tecoma rosea Bertol.)
  • Ipê-do-cerrado, ipê-amarelo, ipê-cascudo, ipê-do-campo, ipê-pardo, pau-d'arco-do-campo, piúva, tarumã
  • "Lapacho amarillo" (Argentina)
  • Ipê-amarelo-da-serra
  • "Lapacho amarillo", "lapachillo" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Handroanthus albus (Cham.) Mattos, syn. Category:Tabebuia alba (Cham.) Sandwith, Tecoma alba Cham.)
    • Tree: 20-30m high, 0.6m diametre, 0.5-0.6cm width of bark, folha com borda dentada
    • Habitat: 300-500m, Misiones, Argentina; 300-1,100m, Araucaria moist forests (NT0101), Brazil
  • Ipê-rosa, pau-d'arco roxo, piúna, ipê-roxo, ipê-roxo-de-bola, ipê-una, ipê-roxo-grande, ipê-de-minas, piúna-roxa, piúna, Pink Trumpet tree
  • "Lapacho rosado" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Handroanthus impetiginosus (Mart. ex DC.) Mattos, syn. Category:Tabebuia impetiginosa (Mart. ex DC.) Standl., Handroanthus avellanedae (Lorentz ex Griseb.) Mattos, Tecoma impetiginosa Mart. ex DC.)
    • Tree: 20-30m high, 0.8m diametre, 0.5-1cm width of bark, folha com borda lisa
    • Habitat: 300-1300m, humid areas, Parana Basin, Argentina
  • Ipê-rosa, ipê-comum, ipê-reto, ipê-rosa, ipê-roxo da mata, pau d'arco-roxo
  • Ipê-branco
  • "Lapacho blanco" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Tabebuia roseoalba (Ridl.) Sandwith, syn. Handroanthus odontodiscus (Bureau & K.Schum.) Mattos, Handroanthus piutinga (Pilg.) Mattos, Category:Handroanthus roseoalbus (Ridl.) Mattos, Tabebuia piutinga (Pilg.) Sandwith, Tabebuia odontodiscus (Bureau & K.Schum.) Toledo, Bignonia roseoalba Ridl.)
    • Tree: 25m high, 0.4m diametre, pale bark
    • Habitat: East and central Brazil, border regions to Bolivia and Paraguay; city gardenning, Calilegua (Depto. Ledesma), Jujuy, Argentina
  • "Lapacho negro", "lapacho morado", "lapacho rosado misionero" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Handroanthus heptaphyllus (Vell.) Mattos, syn. Bignonia heptaphylla Vell., Tabebuia heptaphylla (Vell.) Toledo)
    • Tree: 20-30m high, 0.8-1.5m diametre, 1-2cm width of bark
    • Habitat: 130-800m, humid areas, Parana Basin, Argentina
  • "Lapacho amarillo" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Handroanthus lapacho (K.Schum.) S.O.Grose, syn. Tecoma lapacho K.Schum., Tabebuia lapacho (K.Schum.) Sandwith)
    • Tree: 20m high, 0.8m diametre, pale bark
    • Habitat: Salta y Jujuy, Argentina; Bolivia's side too (Life zone montane, subtropical ecosystem)
  • "Lapacho amarillo misionero", "lapachillo" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Handroanthus pulcherrimus (Sandwith) S.O.Grose, Tabebuia pulcherrima Sandwith,
    • Tree: 35m high, 0.7m diametre, pale bark
    • Habitat: Corrientes y Misiones, Argentina, river woods; Paraguay; coastal forests of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  • "Palo cruz", "uiñaj", "Martín Gil", "palo sinvergüenza" (Argentina)
    • (Category:Tabebuia nodosa (Griseb.) Griseb., syn. Tecoma nodosa Griseb.)
    • Tree: 6-8(-12)m high, 0.25-40m diametre, 1cm width of bark
    • Habitat: Chaco, 30-1,000m, SW Brazil and Bolivia down to Cordoba, Argentina

Woods[edit]


Genera: (Category:Pterodon)
  • Jataí-Peba (Pterodon emarginatus Vogel (1837), syn. Pterodon pubescens (Benth.) Benth. (1860), Pterodon polygaliflorus (Benth.) Benth. (1850))
  • Sucupira-branca (Pterodon emarginatus Vogel (1837))

Users[edit]

Spechte und Baumsteiger[edit]

Baumsteiger (Category:Dendrocolaptidae) auf pt.wikipedia
Zwergspechte (Category:Picumnus) auf pt.wikipedia
Echte Spechte (Picidae, Picinae) auf pt.wikipedia