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Definition of Genipa Americana

Genipa Americana
Genipap Gen"i*pap, n. (Bot.) The edible fruit of a West Indian tree (Genipa Americana) of the order Rubiace[ae]. It is oval in shape, as a large as a small orange, of a pale greenish color, and with dark purple juice.

Meaning of Genipa Americana from wikipedia

- Genipa americana /ˈdʒɛnɪpə/ is a species of trees in the family Rubiaceae. It is native to the tropical forests of North and South America. G. americana...
- distinct from Genipa americana. Species currently recognized in Genipa are: Genipa americana L. Genipa infundibuliformis Zappi & J.Semir Genipa spruceana...
- decoration resulting from the application of an extract of the fruit Genipa americana, also known as jagua. This fruit has been used for body ornamentation...
- application of the juice from a Xagua plant (believed to be a name for Genipa americana). Another account was do****ented by biologist George A. Boulenger from...
- color of the hindwings is glossy charcoal gray. The larvae feed on Genipa americana The name is derived from a combination of the Latin word aeris (meaning...
- (Ironwood) Forestiera pubescens var. parvifolia (New Mexican ironwood) Genipa americana (Brazilian ironwood) Gordonia haematoxylon (Ironwood) Gossia bidwillii...
- a 2003 Hindi horror film starring Tabu Garam Hawa, an Indian film Genipa americana, also known as the hawa tree Hannoversche Waggonfabrik, a German aircraft...
- (camarinha-da-serra) ****lussacia brasiliensis (camarinha) Genipa americana (hawa, jagua, ****to, genipapo) Genipa infudibuliformis (jenipapo-liso) Hancornia speciosa...
- subspecies Morpho helenor achillaena have been recorded as feeding on Genipa americana, Inga, Machaerium oblongifolium and Platymiscium. Morpho helenor helenor...
- and no one wears shoes. They paint their bodies with a dye made from Genipa americana, the berry of a species of genip tree. The black dye is thought to...
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