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Cojoba arborea (L.) Britton & Rose

Mimosa arborea L. (Species Plantarum 1: 519; 1753); Mimosa filicifolia Lam. (Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique 1 [1]: 13; 1783); Mimosa divaricata Jacq. (Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis 3: 76; 1798); Acacia arborea (L.) Willd. (Species Plantarum. Editio quarta 4 [2]: 1064; 1806); Pithecellobium filicifolium (Lam.) Benth. (London Journal of Botany 3: 205; 1844); Feuilleea filicifolia (Lam.) Kuntze (Revisio Generum Plantarum 1: 187; 1891); Pithecellobium arboreum (L.) Urban (Symbolae Antillarum 2 [2]: 259; 1900); Samanea arborea (L.)Ricker (Stand. Cycl. Hort. 6: 3066; 1917); Pithecellobium austrinum Standl. and L.O. Williams (Ceiba 3 [2]: 114-115; 1952); Cojoba austrina (Standl. & L. O. Williams) L. Rico (Kew Bulletin 46 [3]: 507; 1991)Aguijote, ardilla, ardillo, Bahama sabicú, barba de jolote, barba jolote, black tamarind, cañamazo, cojoba, cojobana, cola de marrano, cola de mico, collier, conchudo, coralillo, frijol de mico, frijolillo, iguano, John crow, John crow bead, lorito, moco de chompipe, moruro rojo, plumillo, poison lasinette, quebracho, quebracho blanco, red tamarind, sabicú, sabicú moruno, tamarindo, turkey gill, wild tamarind, zopilote (Record and Hess 1949)


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Author(s): C. Sandí, E. M. Flores

Publication: Tropical Tree Seed Manual - Species Descriptions

Section: Species Descriptions

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