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  • Cedrela odorata is a commercially important species of tree in the chinaberry family, Meliaceae, commonly known as Spanish cedar or Cuban cedar or cedro
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  • & Ecuador Cedrela nebulosa T.D. Penn. & Daza Cedrela odorata L. – West Indies and from 24° N in Mexico south to 28° S in Argentina Cedrela oaxacensis
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  • been reduced, fragmented, and extirpated. The wood is often sold in batches with Cuban cedar (Cedrela odorata). Americas Regional Workshop (Conservation
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  • the "crabwood trees" e.g. Carapa procera (South America and Africa) Cedrela odorata Central and South America; timber also known as Spanish-cedar Entandrophragma:
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  • species such as Terminalia latifolia, Cedrela odorata, Calophyllum jacquinii, and Pithecellobium alexandri. The wood from this tree was especially good for
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  • because of human encroachment, invasive introduced plant species such as Cedrela odorata and Psidium guajava, and grazing by introduced goats. Fires and cutting
    6 kB (655 palabras) - 23:35 20 dic 2019
  • grow up to 60-70 m tall and the cedar family such as the Red Cedar (Cedrela odorata) that can grow up to 60 m in height. It is likely that these canoes
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  • 12.2 cm; British Museum Double-headed serpent; 1450–1521; cedro wood (Cedrela odorata), turquoise, shell, traces of gilding & 2 resins are used as adhesive
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  • are employed in the production of traditional clothing, fabrics, textiles, wood items, artworks and traditional goods such as jade and amber works. Tourism
    191 kB (22 844 palabras) - 17:16 14 sep 2020
  • 12.2 cm; British Museum Double-headed serpent; 1450–1521; cedro wood (Cedrela odorata), turquoise, shell, traces of gilding & 2 resins are used as adhesive
    294 kB (33 909 palabras) - 15:31 14 sep 2020
  • model – the Duke – is launched. Juha experiments with Spanish Cedar (Cedrela odorata) as the body and neckwood – a tonewood not commonly used in electric
    12 kB (1409 palabras) - 05:22 28 jun 2020
  • decimated populations of mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), tropical cedar (Cedrela odorata), and kapok (Ceiba pentandra). During the period from 2004 to 2011
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  • The most common species include Ceiba parviflora, Bursera simaruba, Cedrela odorata, Swietenia macrophylla, Spondias mombin, Brosimum alicastrum, Coccoloba
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  • kapok (Ceiba pentandra) the sacred tree of the Maya; tropical cedar (Cedrela odorata), and Honduras mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla). Regarding the fauna
    89 kB (11 555 palabras) - 16:11 30 ago 2020
  • Ethnography (Leipzig, Germany) Double-headed serpent; 1450–1521; cedro wood (Cedrela odorata), turquoise, shell, traces of gilding and pine resin and Bursera
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  • Pterolepis pumila Tibouchina scabriuscula Tibouchina sp. nov. Cedrela odorata – cedro rojo Cedrela odorata sp. nov. Guarea glabra Swietenia humilis – caoba, cobano
    99 kB (6203 palabras) - 11:47 11 jun 2020
  • spathulata, 1,000 Calophyllum calaba, 52,990 Petitia domingensis, 9,200 Cedrela odorata, 499,526 Podocarpus coreacius, X Cordia alliodora, 553,892 Pouteria
    98 kB (10 185 palabras) - 16:15 26 ago 2020
  • (Guazuma ulmifolia), Hormigo (Platymiscium dimorphandrum), Mexican Cedar (Cedrela odorata), Breadnut (Brosimum alicastrum), Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) and
    136 kB (16 292 palabras) - 14:10 16 ago 2020