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Fish Tongues used to grate Guarana

Fish Tongues used to grate Guarana. © RBG Kew

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Fish Tongues used to grate Guarana, Brazil. From the RBG Kew Economic Botany Collection, reference EBC 62374. Donated and collected by Richard Spruce.

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Media ID 13093819

Date: 4th March 2004

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Credit: RBG Kew

Filename: EBC_62374_040304AM002.tiff.jpg

Image Size: 3024 x 2016 Pixels

Filesize is 3.23MB

Associated Galleries: Economic Botany

Keywords:  62374  brazil  economic botany  fish tongues used to grate guarana  rbg kew  sapindaceae


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