International Journal of Biodiversity / 2015 / Article / Tab 10

Research Article

Woody Species Diversity in Traditional Agroforestry Practices of Dellomenna District, Southeastern Ethiopia: Implication for Maintaining Native Woody Species

Table 10

Legend of Figure 2.

NumberScientific name

1Croton macrostachyus
2Mangifera indica
3Persea americana
4Entada abyssinica
5Syzygium guineense
6Rhus natalensis
7Annona reticulata
8Catha edulis
9Vernonia auriulifera
10Flacourtia indica
11Psidium guajava
12Calpurnia aurea
13Combretum ghasalense
14Dracaena afromontana
15Olea europaea
16Piliostigma thonningii
17Triumfetta pentandra
18Cordia africana
19Podocarpus falcatus
20Ricinus communis
21Vernonia amygdalina
22Verprise dainelli
23Dracaena afromontana
24Citrus aurantifolia
25Euclea schimperi
26Ficus vasta Forssk.
27Filicium decipiens
28Lannea schimperi
29Maytenus arbutifolia
30Melia azedarach
31Acacia senegal
32Casimiroa edulis
33Mimusops kummel
34Olea capensis
35Olea capensis subsp. macrocarpa
36Spathodea campanulata (S.nilotica)
37Trema orientalis
38Warburgia ugandensis
39Ziziphus spp.
40Acacia oerfota
41Albizia gummifera
42Allophylus abyssinicus
43Carissa edulis
44Celtis africana
45Citrus sinensis
46Diospyros abyssinica
47Erythrina brucei
48Ehretia cymosa
49Eucalyptus globulus
50Grevillea robusta
51Juniperus procera
52Leucaena leucocephala
53Osyris compressa
54Schinus molle
55Teclea nobilis