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recorded lifespan is 19 years (M. Hammers; unpublished data). Seychelles warblers are insectivorous and glean the vast majority of their food from leaves (Komdeur, 1991 ). On Cousin Island, native Pisonia grandis is the most common tree species and important for Seychelles warblers in terms of food and

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In: Behaviour

dominant tree species of Cousin Island: Pisonia grandis , Morinda citrifolia and Ficus sp. (Komdeur, 1991, 1994). Conse- quently, to get an estimate of food abundance for each territory on Cousin, estimates of insect density per dm 2 leaf area, vegetation abundance scores and territory sizes were used to

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Australia and some correspondence between ring width and rainfall. A detailed study of Pisonia grandis from coral cays near the coast of Queensland showed that annual rings could be discerned and that there was some correspondence with rainfall (Ogden 1981). The rainfall effects were complex

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In: IAWA Journal

native tree Pisonia grandis (Nyctaginaceae) . Pacific Science 61 : 485 – 502 . Harada T. ( 2005 ) Geographical distribution of three oceanic Halobates spp. and an account of the behaviour of H. sericeus (Heteroptera: Gerridae) . European Journal of Entomology 102

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In: Insect Systematics & Evolution
Author: Aljos Farjon

- nii, Scaevola taccada, Pandanus tectorius, Premna integrifolia, Boerhavia repens and Pisonia grandis. On beaches, A. columnaris grows in association with Acacia simplicifolia, Calophyllum inophyllum Araucaria columnaris (J. R. Forst.) Hook., Bot. Mag. 78: sub t. 4635. 1852. Cupressus columnaris

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In: A Handbook of the World's Conifers
In: A Handbook of the World's Conifers