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Cerejeira (Amburana acreana, Amburana cearensis)

, : Cerejeira (Amburana acreana, Amburana cearensis). BRE Information, UK (5/83): 2

Properties and uses of cerejeira, from dry regions of Brazil, parts of Peru and Bolivia and northern Argentina, are described.


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