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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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arturogma

Date

August 19, 2015

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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ovilla82

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July 16, 2015

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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May 23, 2015 07:15 PM EDT

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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adorantes

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April 12, 2015

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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May 18, 2015

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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cirorodriguez

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October 25, 2014

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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heliographyst

Date

April 23, 2015

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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huracan

Date

October 21, 2010

Place

Oxolotán (Google, OSM)

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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escalante-pasos

Date

March 29, 2010

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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eunice_yagayaza

Date

December 12, 2012 10:08 AM CST

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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May 15, 2009

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Cacanicua Muntingia calabura

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May 15, 2009
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Description from Wikipedia

Muntingia calabura, the sole species in the genus Muntingia, is a flowering plant native to southern Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and western South America south to Peru and Bolivia. Common names include (English) Jamaican cherry, Panama berry, Singapore cherry, Bajelly tree, Strawberry tree; (Spanish) bolaina, yamanaza, cacaniqua, capulín blanco, nigua, niguito, memizo or memiso; (Indonesia) kersen, talok; (Vietnamese) Trứng cá (thực vật); and (Filipino) alatris, aratilis, manzanitas and sarisa.

No range data available.