Definition of Eugenia dicrana

1. Noun. Tree of extreme southern Florida and West Indies having thin scaly bark and aromatic fruits and seeds and yielding hard heavy close-grained zebrawood.

Exact synonyms: Nakedwood
Generic synonyms: Zebrawood, Zebrawood Tree
Group relationships: Eugenia, Genus Eugenia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eugenia Dicrana

Eugene Delacroix
Eugene Gladstone O'Neill
Eugene Ionesco
Eugene Luther Vidal
Eugene O'Neill
Eugene Ormandy
Eugene Paul Wigner
Eugene Sue
Eugene V. Debs
Eugene Victor Debs
Eugene Wigner
Eugenia
Eugenia aromaticum
Eugenia caryophyllatum
Eugenia corynantha
Eugenia dicrana
Eugenia jambos
Eugenia uniflora
Eugenie
Eugenio Pacelli
Euglena gracilis
Euglena viridis
Euglenaceae
Euglenidae
Euglenophyceae
Euglenophyta
Eugregarinida
Euhemeros
Eukaryotae
Eulalie

Literary usage of Eugenia dicrana

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1. Manual of the Trees of North America (exclusive of Mexico) by Charles Sprague Sargent (1922)
"... Dade County, and on Old Rhodes and Elliotts Keys; on the Bahama Islands and on several of the Antilles. 5. eugenia dicrana Berg. Naked Wood. ..."

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