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30. The Wild Tamarind of Jamaica with scarlet Pod and Barbet

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This showy Leguminous tree is Cojoba arborea var. arborea (synonym Pithecellobium filicifolium) which ranges through the West Indies and Central America. The barbet builds an ingenious nest in banks, cleverly tunnelled straight in, and then at a right angle to prevent curious s

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 4490685

Date: 19th January 2011

Filename: MN_030_scan027.jpg

Image Size: 6578 x 7527 Pixels

Filesize is 18.52MB

Version 2 is 18.01MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: america, art, artist, barbet, bird, cojoba, jamaica, leaves, marianne north, painting, red, tamarind, tree