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- include: Lonchocarpus calcaratus Lonchocarpus cap****a Rolfe Lonchocarpus chiric**** Lonchocarpus kanurii Lonchocarpus laxiflorus Lonchocarpus minimiflorus...
- Lonchocarpus urucu, or barbasco, is plant in the family Fabaceae. It is native to the tropical forests of Peru, as well as of Brazil and Guyana, growing...
- World Online: Lonchocarpus a****inatus (Schltdl.) M.Sousa Lonchocarpus adamsii M.Sousa Lonchocarpus aequatorialis M.Sousa Lonchocarpus alternifoliolatus...
- Lonchocarpus laxiflorus is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. The tree grows to 4–8 meters in height, has grey or yellowish bark and compound...
- Lonchocarpus retiferus is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. It is found in Honduras and Nicaragua. Nelson, C. (1998). "Lonchocarpus retiferus"...
- Lonchocarpus santaros****, the chapelno blanco, is a species of plant in the family Fabaceae. It is found in El Salvador and Guatemala. It is threatened...
- Lonchocarpus kanurii is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. It is found in Kenya and Somalia. It is threatened by habitat loss. Thulin, M. (1998)...
- Lonchocarpus calcaratus is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. It is found in Costa Rica and Panama. It is threatened by habitat loss. Mitré, M...
- Lonchocarpus salvadorensis, the Sangre de Chucho, is a plant species in the genus Lonchocarpus. The rotenoids deguelin, rotenone, elliptone and α-toxicarol...
- Lonchocarpus sanctuarii is a species of plant in the family Fabaceae. It is found only in Honduras, Mexico and San Salvador. Nelson, C. (1998). "Lonchocarpus...
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