Mauritia

[gastropod] Mauritia is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Cypraeidae, the cowries. Species within the genus Mauritia include: ...
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Mauritia

(from the article `Amazon River`) ...creatures, including monkeys and sloths, spend their entire lives in this sunlit canopy. Below it are found two or three levels of shade-tolerant ... ...species of Geonoma, they grow at elevations as high as 3,000 metres in the Andes. There are exceptions, however, for palms are also found in ... ...
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Mauritia

Mauritia is a genus of large-growing palms. They bear large pendulous flower- spikes with numerous catkins.
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Mauritia

[microcontinent] Mauritia is a proposed Precambrian microcontinent which broke away as India and Madagascar separated some 60 million years ago. Evidence consists of detrital zircon found in sand on Mauritius beaches. Analyses of the zircon crystals produced dates between 660 and 1,970 million years and are considerably older than the 8.9 m...
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