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About 500 species of bushes, from the giants of the luxuriant rain forests to the shrubby bushes of dry parts and windswept mountain summits, are na tive to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, either usa and British (fig. furthermore, a number of hundred tree species from different tropical lands worldwide were brought into the islands due to showy owers, good-looking foliage, dense coloration, beneficial trees, scrumptious end result, or different values.
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Helecho arboreo, helecho, palmilla, camaron, camaroncillo (Puerto Rico) camaron, helecho arlx)l, palmera sin espinas (Cuba) tree-fern (English). Several species of trunked fenis of this and related genera (HemifeUa and Alf

Estate Thomas Experimental Forest was establislied on St. Croix in 1963. In the British Virgin Islands the Protection of Trees and Conservation of Soil and Water Ordinance of 1954 laid the basis for the protection of areas requiring tree growth as a protection for soil and water resources. That government contemplates initial concentration on the protection of intermittent stream beds by tree planting. 17 LITERATURE CITED (1) Abbad y Lasierra, Inigo. 1860. Histoiia geograflca. civil (2) Barrett.

Forest regeneration in Puerto Rico. Econ. Geog. 9-381. (8a) Eggers, H. F. A. 1879. The flora of St. Croix and the Virgin Islands. S. Xatl. Mus. Bui. 13, 133 pp. (9) Fernandez y Jimenez. sS Maria. 1867. Tratado de la arboricultura cubana y Ueva agregada de la Isla de Pinos y Puerto-Rico. 225 pp. : Habana. S. 1905. The Luquillo Forest Reserve, Porto Rico. Dept. Agr. Bur. Forestry Bui. , illus. (11) Gilormini, Josf A. Manual para la propagacion de Arboles y el 1047. establecimiento de plantaciones forestales en Puerto Rico.

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