Anacardium L

Anacardiaceae Acajou Mill. Acajuba Gaertn. Anacardia St.-Lag. Anacardium Rottb. Cassuvium Lam. Fabrenia Noronha Monodynamus Pohl Rhinocarpus Bertero & Balb. ex Kunth Trima Noronha e cashew; cashew-nut, cashew-nut tree f anacardier; acajou p.p. o anacardlo (italian); Anakardla (german)

459 Anacardium excelsum (Bertero & Balb. ex Kunth) Skeels

Anacardiaceae SE North America (Honduras to Panama) South America (tropics) L [G] E [D] hel hyg mes acid->neut fd (roasted nuts) fr fw ma pl pp sa ti (boxes, bridges, cabinet work, dugouts, fence posts, framing, furniture, general construction, utensils, veneer) tx (bark: fish poison, pollen: rash, pollinosis)

Anacardium rhinocarpus DC. Rhinocarpus excelsa Bertero & Balb. ex Kunth e Guiana cashew; wild cashew (Panama); wlld-

cashew (West Indies) f anacardier de Guyane s aspavé (Colombia); caracoli (Colombia, Venezuela); espave (Panama); espavé (Honduras, Panama); espavé amarillo (Costa Rica); espavel (Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua); espavé rosado (Costa Rica); ispavé, ispavel, jurajamba (Colombia); marañon (Ecuador); marañón de montaña (Honduras); merey (Colombia); mija, mijagua (Venezuela); mijao (Guyana, Venezuela)

o assú (portuguese, Brazil); cajú (Brazil); caju assu; cájú de matta (portuguese, Brazil) t espave

Was this article helpful?

0 0

Post a comment