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- Lithraea is a genus of three species of flowering plants in the cashew family, Anacardiaceae. It is native to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay...
- Lithraea caustica (commonly known as the 'litre tree', and historically as 'llithi' or 'liti') is a species of flowering plants in the soapberry family...
- Litre (or liter) is an SI-accepted metric system unit of volume. Lithraea caustica (or litre) is a Chilean plant that can cause contact dermatitis in humans...
- lacquer) Copaiba balsam Copal Corneiba balsam (Schinus terebinthifolius or Lithraea brasiliensis) Damar Dragon's blood (Calamus draco) Elemi Frankincense (Olibanum)...
- Lithraea molleoides (syn. Lithraea molleoides var. lorentziana Lillo, Lithraea ternifolia, Schinus brasiliensis Marchand ex Cabrera, Schinus leucocarpus...
- ) Druce (as S. myricoides L.) Limonia acidissima L. (as S. limonia L.) Lithraea molleoides (Vell.) Engl. (as S. molleoides Vell.) Zanthoxylum ****ara (L...
- Gluta spp (rengas tree) Toxicodendron vernicifluum (****anese lacquer tree) Lithraea molleoides (aruera – South America) "Toxicodendron radicans". Natural Resources...
- small mammals, especially rodents. Fruits eaten include Cryptocarya alba, Lithraea caustica and Prosopanche spp. The South American gray fox breeds in late...
- pattern. The larvae have been reared from Schinus terebinthifolius and Lithraea molleoides. The species name is derived from the Latin sinuo (meaning bend)...
- Haplorhus Harpephyllum Heeria Holigarna Koordersiodendron Lannea Laurophyllus Lithraea Loxopterigium Loxostylis Malosma Mangifera (mango) Mauria Melanochyla Melanococca...
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