Brief summary. No one has contributed a brief summary to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Bursera grandifolia. Add a brief summary to this page. With large, arcing trunks that branch near the base, this species looks like an enormous rounded shrub. Bursera grandifolia does indeed have very large leaflets. Nat Prod Commun. Nov;4(11) Phenacetin isolated from Bursera grandifolia, a herbal remedy with antipyretic properties. Velázquez F(1).
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Bursera grandifolia near Alamos.
This photo shows the female flowers of B. The group of Bursera species that are endemic to the islands of the Caribbean appears to be part of the simaruba clade. The tea is refreshes and is drunk routinely when coffee is not available. Saplings only a few years old and 1. In the photo with arrows, butsera upper arrow indicates one of the arching branches of B. For cuts, the dried and ground bark is applied and rubbed in, with such treatment the cut heals in a short time without infection.
Bursera simaruba pruned and shaped by salt laden sea breezes just above the beach in Veracruz.
Bark of Bursera grandifolia in mid peel. We are, of course, seeking photos of species not yet shown in the gallery but not only that, we are also looking for better pictures than those already present. It grows in dry tropical forest in Guerrero grsndifolia Oaxaca. Bursera simaruba is also found on the Pacific slope, from Sonora to South America.
Research and Conservation in Southern Sonora, Mexico
Vursera grandifolia near Alamos, Sonora. With large, arcing trunks that branch near the base, this species looks like an enormous rounded shrub. It is less commonly found in thornscrub where it is a smaller tree. Bark of Bursera grandifolia just beginning to peel. Bursera simaruba is often used as a living fence. The inner bark is bright red, smooth and often with a powdery bloom glaucous that can be rubbed off and lacks fragrance.
The species is found in tropical dry forests of central Mexico. It grows in very dry forest with many other Bursera species and many columnar cacti.
Petiole and rachis with short. It grows in slopes and canyons, often in small dispersed stands or as scattered individuals; mainly subtropical and tropical deciduous forest.
Bursera grandifolia look like to the related Bursera simaruba but is readily distinguished by its unusual bark, fewer, larger, velvety-pubescent leaflets with prominent veins, and ornamental masses of pink to buresra flowers.
Calyces with short, white hairs. The largest individual we have seen, at lower right, is in the parking lot at the Xochicalco archeological site in Morelos state.
Once pinnate, cm long. In Mexico, the Pacific and Atlantic populations of Bursera simaruba are widely separated. Stems and in-florescences exuding aromatic, white sap when cut.
Mark Dimmitt Bark of Bursera grandifolia in mid peel. This Bursera ovalifolia in the forest of the Chamela resarch station in Jalisco is crowned with leaves in the first week of rain of the season.
Cotyledons 3-lobed resembling those of the bivalvate species. This species is similar in many respects to B. This strange species from western Mexico begins life like a normal tree, with a conventional trunk and branches that all support their own weight left.
That is, it grows high in other trees, but sends long, flexible, liana-like roots down to the forest floor.
The photos in the row below are also from the coast of Jalisco and Nayarit, where B. Ovoid, mm long, reddish, trivalvate. Bursera species usually flower and start to leaf out just as the dry season is ending. The flowers of Bursera species are usually produced in male and female versions, though there are often exceptions.
This beautiful tree is found in the central Balsas Depression in central southern Mexico. Rose See all synonyms of Bursera grandifolia. Bark of limbs and trunk dark green to bluish green during summer rainy season, in dry seasons exfoliating in large copper-colored papery strips or sheets rustling in the wind. Flowers of Bursera grandifolia at beginning of rainy season.
Van Devender Palo mulato thrives in tropical deciduous forest, growing up to 30 feet 9 m tall.