pantropical


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Adj.1.pantropical - distributed throughout the tropics
equatorial - of or existing at or near the geographic equator; "equatorial Africa"
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Cyperus imbricatus has become a pantropical weed (problematic for instance in the Philippines and to a lesser extent in Thailand; Holm & al., A geographical atlas of world weeds: XLIX + 391 p., 1979).
Abstract--We estimated the total number of pantropical spotted dolphin (Stenella attenuata) mothers killed without their calves ("calf deficit") in all tuna purse-seine sets from 1973-90 and 1996-2000 in the eastern tropical Pacific.
El promedio de 11,7 t * [ha.sup.-1] * [a.sup.-1] es 23% mayor al promedio pantropical de zonas bajas lluviosas tropicales de 9,5 [+ o -] 0,74t * [ha.sup.-1] * [a.sup.-1] para 104 grados de libertad (Tabla I).
Bruenig's closing arguments, in a weak final chapter, state that "Two diametrically opposed, forceful external disturbance factors, radical profiteering and environmental radicalism, impacted on the tropical rain forests and tropical rain forestry during the pantropical exploitative phase 4 [1960-1994] of the history of tropical forestry .
Segun algunos estudios, la biomasa aerea puede oscilar entre 100 y 200 Mg/ha a nivel pantropical (Lacher, 1977), rango en el cual se encuentra el valor estimado en el presente estudio (129.63 Mg/ha).
El genero cuenta con alrededor de 26 especies, la mayoria con distribucion pantropical (Mickel & Beitel, 1988), con ocho especies en America (Duek, 1978; Tryon & Tryon, 1982).
Las Bignoniaceae incluyen alrededor de 110 generos y mas de 800 especies de plantas lenosas, o rara vez herbaceas, con una distribucion pantropical, aunque con una mayor concentracion de especies en America tropical (Gentry, 1982, 2001).
Lycopodiella cernua es un elemento pantropical ampliamente distribuido en el neotropico y el paleotropico.
These ants have a wide, mainly Pantropical distribution (Smith 1979; Holldobler & Wilson 1990).