Definition of Opuntia Tuna. Meaning of Opuntia Tuna. Synonyms of Opuntia Tuna

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Definition of Opuntia Tuna

Opuntia Tuna
Tuna Tu"na, n. (Bot.) The Opuntia Tuna. See Prickly pear, under Prickly.

Meaning of Opuntia Tuna from wikipedia

- Opuntia tuna is a species of cactus in the genus Opuntia. It is endemic to Hispaniola (in the Dominican Republic), Jamaica and other Caribbean Islands...
- diploid (2n=22) Opuntia tuna (L.) Mill. Opuntia tunoidea Gibbes Opuntia × vaseyi (J.M.Coult.) Britton & Rose Opuntia velutina F.A.C.Weber Opuntia wilcoxii Britton...
- pear" refer to this species. The Spanish name tuna is also used for the fruit of this cactus and for Opuntia in general; according to Alexander von Humboldt...
- nopales are most often of the species Opuntia ficus-indica or Opuntia matudae although the pads of almost all Opuntia species are edible. The other edible...
- engelmannii Opuntia maxima Opuntia ×occidentalis Opuntia robusta Opuntia streptacantha Opuntia stricta Opuntia tomentosa Opuntia tuna Tacinga palmadora Like...
- Sabana o Monte (Melocactus caesius), Guamacho (Pereskia guamacho), and Opuntia tuna as well as a few legumes (family Fabaceae) such as Mesquite (Prosopis...
- medicine and food in Mexico. In contrast to the common fruit (tunas) from related Opuntia ficus-indica, it is less sweet, the color is a bland greenish...
- Estonian magazine Tuna, Spanish for prickly pear, the fruit of the Opuntia cacti Tuna, the Māori word for the New Zealand longfin eel Tunalikevirus, a genus...
- Mammillaria nivosa, Melocactus intortus, Opuntia dillenii, Opuntia rubescens, Opuntia triacantha, Opuntia tuna, Pereskia aculeata, Pilosocereus nobilis...
- plain wholesale. "Opuntia chiangiana". Dictionary of 🌵 Cactus Names. 2022-01-26. Retrieved 2023-04-08. "PlantFiles: Xoconostle, Xoco-tuna, Xocotuna, Nopal"...