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Filochofia Encyclia orchid
Encyclia orchid commented on by Filochofia Petén, Guatemala9 years ago

Thanks :)

Filochofia Shaving Brush Tree
Shaving Brush Tree commented on by Filochofia Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala9 years ago

Siii me gusta mucho mi trabajo n_n por que me gustan mucho las plantas jiji y que alegre que le guste la pagina eso nos alienta a seguir :D

Filochofia Shaving Brush Tree
Shaving Brush Tree commented on by Filochofia Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala9 years ago

Yo he estado trabajando últimamente con esa planta por eso se su nombre :) Vamos a publicar un par de reportes sobre ella en esta pag. http://www.maya-ethnobotany.org/ muy pronto ;)

Filochofia Shaving Brush Tree
Shaving Brush Tree commented on by Filochofia Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala9 years ago

Su nombre común es Ila y su nombre científico es Pseudobombax Elipticum. Pariente de la pachira acuática y la ceiba :) me encanta ese arbol..

Filochofia Cienpiés Doméstico
Cienpiés Doméstico commented on by Filochofia Guatemala, Guatemala9 years ago

En donde encontró ese ciempiés? Yo he tratado de encontrarlo por mucho tiempo :)

Filochofia Cuchampera
Cuchampera commented on by Filochofia Santa Rosa, Guatemala10 years ago

You should come to Guatemala then :D if you come, contact me. Here where I work are always making excursions to take photographs of exotic plants. I work as a photographer for http://www.maya-ethnobotany.org

Filochofia Cuchampera
Cuchampera commented on by Filochofia Santa Rosa, Guatemala10 years ago

Yes i have a link ;) http://www.maya-ethnobotany.org/edible-n...

Filochofia Llama del bosque
Llama del bosque commented on by Filochofia Santa Rosa, Guatemala10 years ago

Thanks for the information, is good for me tu now the others names. :)

Filochofia Cuchampera
Cuchampera commented on by Filochofia Santa Rosa, Guatemala10 years ago

Hi Rubens,

Its native of Central América, and grow on vines, usually in wooded areas, is not very common but people eat it by putting them on the coals until kitchens. if you cut through the middle, looks like a green mango.

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