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- Amburana is a genus of legume in the family Fabaceae. It contains two species: Amburana acreana (Ducke) A. C. Sm. Amburana cearensis (Allemão) A. C. Sm...
- Amburana cearensis (Portuguese common names; ambaúrana, amburana, amburana de cheiro, angelim, baru, cabocla, cerejeira rajada, ****aré, ****aru, ****aru...
- Amburana acreana is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. It is found in Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru. It is threatened by habitat loss. Varty, N. &...
- following genera, which used to be placed in tribes Sop****ae and Swartzieae: Amburana Schwacke & Taub. Cordyla Lour. Dupuya J. H. Kirkbr. Dussia Krug & Urb....
- A. cearensis may refer to: Acianthera cearensis, a neotropical orchid Amburana cearensis, a timber tree Anablepsoides cearensis, a South American killfish...
- which may be Hispanicized as ishpingo or eshpingo. Ishpingo may refer to: Amburana cearensis, used to produce timber Nectandra, several species used medicinally...
- Afgekia Aganope Airyantha Aldina Alexa Alhagi Alistilus Almaleea Alysicarpus Amburana Amicia Ammodendron Ammopiptanthus Ammothamnus Amphiodon Amorpha Amphicarpaea...
- Forest domain of Paraíba. Species such as angico (Mimosoideae), Cedrus, Amburana, quixabeira (Sideroxylon obtusifolium) and aroeira (Anacardiaceae) stand...
- macrophylla), quinilla (Manilkara bidentata), ceiba (Ceiba pentandra), ishpingo (Amburana cearensis) and palo rosa (Aniba rosaeodora). In the high parts the vegetation...
- Myracrodruon urundeuva Fr. Allemão Acanthinophyllum strepitans Allemão (Moraceae) Amburana cearensis ( Allemão ) A.C.Sm. (Fabaceae ) (synonym Torresea cearensis Allemão)...
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