Definition of Black mangrove

1. Noun. An Australian tree resembling the black mangrove of the West Indies and Florida.

Exact synonyms: Aegiceras Majus
Group relationships: Aegiceras, Genus Aegiceras
Generic synonyms: Tree



2. Noun. A mangrove of the West Indies and the southern Florida coast; occurs in dense thickets and has numerous short roots that bend up from the ground.
Exact synonyms: Avicennia Marina
Generic synonyms: Blackwood, Blackwood Tree
Group relationships: Avicennia, Genus Avicennia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black Mangrove

black light
black line
black locust
black locusts
black lotion
black lovage
black lung
black lung disease
black magic
black magick
black maire
black mallee
black mamba
black mambas
black man
black mangrove (current term)
black maple
black margate
black mark
black market
black marketeer
black markets
black marlin
black measles
black medick
black membrane
black men
black metal
black morel
black moss

Literary usage of Black mangrove

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"The Floridian depends upon a smudge of punky black mangrove to rid him of mosquitoes and ... The black mangrove is a tropical member of the verbena family, ..."

2. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1847)
"BY W. HAMILTON, MB The black mangrove is a tree frequently of imposing stature, attaining an altitude of from thirty to fifty or more feet, and occupying ..."

3. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington by Entomological Society of Washington (1886)
"The last-named species is one of the most common insects on Key West and breeds in all sorts of the harder forest trees. On "the black mangrove I never was ..."

4. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1859)
"These keys are likewise covered with black mangrove, sea-grape, ... This key, like the others, is thickly overgrown with black mangrove, sea-grape, ..."

5. Flora of Miami: Being Descriptions of the Seed-plants Growing Naturally on by John Kunkel Small (1913)
"BLACK-MANGROVE FAMILY. Shrubs or trees of maritime regions, the branches terete, nodose. ... Coastal hammocks.—FK (Ber., Bah., Cuba, Ant.)— BLACK-MANGROVE. ..."

6. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"The Floridian depends upon a smudge of punky black mangrove to rid him of mosquitoes and ... The black mangrove is a tropical member of the verbena family, ..."

7. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1847)
"BY W. HAMILTON, MB The black mangrove is a tree frequently of imposing stature, attaining an altitude of from thirty to fifty or more feet, and occupying ..."

8. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington by Entomological Society of Washington (1886)
"The last-named species is one of the most common insects on Key West and breeds in all sorts of the harder forest trees. On "the black mangrove I never was ..."

9. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1859)
"These keys are likewise covered with black mangrove, sea-grape, ... This key, like the others, is thickly overgrown with black mangrove, sea-grape, ..."

10. Flora of Miami: Being Descriptions of the Seed-plants Growing Naturally on by John Kunkel Small (1913)
"BLACK-MANGROVE FAMILY. Shrubs or trees of maritime regions, the branches terete, nodose. ... Coastal hammocks.—FK (Ber., Bah., Cuba, Ant.)— BLACK-MANGROVE. ..."

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