Description of Juniperus thurifera (Spanish juniper). Woodlands of Juniperus thurifera have been subjected to a traditional management (e.g. logging, grazing and destruction for crop cultivation). The Spanish juniper can be up to 20 m tall, although it does not normally exceed 8 m. Its bark is ash grey and it has a pyramidal form. The branches are.
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Reverchon neotype BM. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Juniperus thurifera. Juvenile leaves on seedlings and reappearing on mature plants, in whorls of 4 on lower stem, on branchlets decussate, thuriferw, mm long with a green adaxial midrib, acute-pungent Farjon International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Juniperus thurifera Archived at the Wayback Machine. These types of use are still prevalent in North Africa Farjon See Montes and Bertaudiere for details, a map, and photos showing habitat.
Rhurifera foliage served as fodder for donkeys and goats. At the lowest altitudes, Quercus ilex is generally associated with J. Its bark is ash grey and it has a pyramidal form. See also remarks in Montes and Bertaudiere Dioecious evergreen shrubs, or trees up to 20 m tall.
Thurifea, newly emerged young leaves are similar to those of other junipers, and are shaped like small Pinussome junipers genus Juniperusfirs genus Abiesand other conifers, or like the leaves of heather genus Erica.
Jarvis at BM but was unsuccessful. In the High Atlas of Morocco, heavy grazing and browsing pressures have caused damage to living trees and prevented regeneration Gauquelin et al. A mature tree and its bark, Spain [R. A neotype not in conflict with anything stated in the protologue has therefore been selected” Farjon It is dioecious with separate male and female plants.
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The best examples are found in the centre and east of the peninsula. Sabina pseudothurifera Antoine Sabina thurifera L. Crown pyramidal in youth, later becoming broad, thurifdra, often irregular. Seed cones terminal, growing in two seasons, consisting of pairs of spreading but incurved bracts fusing to form a subglobose cone mm diam.
When the small winged seeds are released, the cones remain on the tree, often throughout the winter. The foliage is strongly aromatic, with a spicy-resinous scent.
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Structural branches dense, spreading or ascending. An individual 19 m tall with a girth due to its multistemmed form of 16 m, located in the Middle Atlas, near the “Col du Zad,” about 50km N of Ifrane Nicolas Montes email Farjon reduces the two described varieties, gallica in France and africana in North Africato synonymy on the grounds that the described characters overlap with specimens of the type variety described by the respective authors. In Spain Guadalajara it occurs with J.
Saplings in an oak woodland, Spain [R. Montes and Bertaudiere provide clues on where to find native specimens. In Spain it primarily juniperue on calcareous soils, but in Morocco Atlas Mtns.