Andira inermis

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Synonyms for Andira inermis

tree with shaggy unpleasant-smelling toxic bark and yielding strong durable wood

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Guacamayo - a recent trench interval (SMtr-022) returned a wide zone of high-grade silver (Ag) as well as anomalous gold - 24 m at 219 g/t Ag and 0.25 g/t Au, including 1 m at 305 g/t Ag and 2.01 g/t Au3.
Dentro de las especies de aves reconocidas como consumidas por las poblaciones locales se reportan a los cracidos (paujil y pavas), psitacidos (loros y guacamayos), picidos (carpinteros y trepatroncos), tinamidos (perdices) y ramphastidos (tucanetas y tucanes) (TGP 2004, REPSOL 2007, PETROBRAS 2014, REPSOL 2015).
Wilson) Reynel; pisijia; B; FU, M, CO Salicaceae Casearia nitida (L.) Jacq.; plomillo; B; FU Pleuranthodendron lindenii (Turcz.) Sleumer; maicillo; T; WI, FU, CO; PU: LF Sapindaceae Cardiospermum halicacabum L.; C; M Cupania dentata DC.; guacamayo; T; M, CO, WI, FU; PU: LF, SP Paullinia clavigera Schltdl.; C; M Paullinia pinnata L.; chalaguitillo; C; M Serjania racemosa Schumach.; nueve hojas; H; M Serjania triquetra Radlk.; H; M Scrophulariaceae Buddleja americana L.; palo gusano; T; M, CO, FU Siparunaceae Siparuna thecaphora (Poepp.
Mientras que en un papayo reia gravemente un guacamayo bisojo y medio cinico: --!Cua, cua!
Dietary item Common name Taxonomic classification Leaves Hibiscus Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Guacamayo Andira inermis Fruits Mango Mangifera indica Sea grape Coccoloba uvifera Guacamayo Andira inermis Palm Thrinax Beach almond Terminalia catappa Flowers Hibiscus Hibiscus rosa-sinensis invertebrates Cricket Gryliidae Ant Formicidae Wood roach Polyphagidae Land crab Ocypodidae Vertebrates Black-chested Ctenosaura melanosterna spiny-tailed iguana Green iguana Iguana iguana Allison's anole Anolis allisoni Yucatan vireo Vireo magister Fork-tailed emerald (a) Chlorostilbon canivetti (a) Observed attempted predation.