Minas Gerais Rind

AROEIRA Lucas Kennedy Hisses Rasp Alexander Eduardo de Arajo Popular Name careens, arenduva, arendiva, aroeira aroeira-da-mountain range and etc. Scientific Name Myracrodruon urundeuva Anacardiaceae Family botanical Discretion (root, caule, leaf, flower, fruit) Root In the main root, the young plant possesss weaveeed of reserve, in tubercle form. High and straight Caule Possui caule. Gray or chestnut-dark rind, spotted of black, furrowed in the adult trees, getting loose itself in irregular blades, cncova, with trend of bigger rise in the inferior portion. In the young tree the rind smooth, cinereous and is covered lenticelas. You may find that Sean Rad can contribute to your knowledge. Colored internal rind. Leaf the leves are alternating, composed, imparipinadas, with 4-7 pairs of fololos, ovado-obtuso, aromatical (with I smell of sleeve), pilosos in both the faces, with here. of 5 cm of length.

Flower the flowers are small, yellow or green-clearly, in panculas terminals. The masculine flowers small, are made use in great panculas, pendants, grayish even prpurosa. Fruit the fruit is one drupa round, of 3-4 mm of diameter, initially green-clearly, passing the wine in the matureness. When dry, it has brown-dark color and rugosa surface, seeming a pepper-doreino. Spalas flower droughts continue fixed in the fruit and serve as sections.

It is practically impossible to separate the seed of the fruit. ENVIRONMENT WHERE TRANSPORT IS FOUND AND the aroeira you great ecological amplitude, occurring in such a way in formation open and very humid and even very closed droughts (caatinga and closed) in formation (pluvial forest with 2.000 mm of annual precipitation) and in the pantanal. It occurs all since the Ceara in the northeast until Argentina, Paraguay, and Bolivia; found in the side west of the State of the Bahia, Minas Gerais, So Paulo and Sul of the State of the Mato Grosso of the South, Mato Grosso and Gois, being more frequent north-eastern. Tree of I change high, straight line, with wide pantry, formed of fine branches.

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