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- Paubrasilia echinata is a species of flowering plant in the legume family, Fabaceae, and is endemic to the Atlantic Forest. It is a Brazilian timber tree...
- Brazilin is a naturally occurring red dye obtained from the wood of Paubrasilia echinata, Caesalpinia sappan, Caesalpinia violacea, and Haematoxylum brasiletto...
- [citation needed] National floral emblem Handroanthus chrysotrichus (pt: Ipê-amarelo-cascudo ) National tree Paubrasilia National founder Pedro I of Brazil...
- ironwood, Transcaucasian ironwood) Parrotia subaequalis (Chinese ironwood) Paubrasilia echinata (Ironwood) Peltophorum rufum (Cochinchina ironwood) Pemphis...
- shows brown streaks. Cocobolo used in upper-end clarinets and guitars. Paubrasilia, commonly called pernambuco or Brazil wood, is the most sought-after...
- century, when it was replaced by the more easily worked brazilwood (Paubrasilia echinata). Plants of this genus are otherwise used for timber, building...
- Mezoneuron Desf. 1818 Moullava (Adans. 1763) E. Gagnon & G. P. Lewis 2016 Paubrasilia E. Gagnon, H. C. Lima & G. P. Lewis 2016 Pomaria Cav. 1799 Pterolobium...
- artists tried to create a uniquely Brazilian art and unique as their paubrasilia wood. There Brazilian art became and showed Brazilian identity that they...
- referring to coastal reefs; in it came to mean the place where the tree Paubrasilia (Caesalpinia echinata) was discovered, now referred as Pernambuco wood...
- Land van Beloften" or "de Eendracht". In Monet's time, woods such as Paubrasilia were ground by the mill for the production of dyes. The mill was demolished...
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