Tatarena, Another Native from Brazil...

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Tatarena, Another Native from Brazil...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sun Oct 18, 2009 2:27 pm

These plants belong to a friend of Orkut, and are clearly another species of Cleroleucum…
All the photos and texts that this post composes, gentily had been yielded by the Ezequiel Pessoa, from Belo Horizonte, Mg.
Tnanks Ezequiel !!!

Left side:Tatareninha, Right side:Tatarena...


Flowers e leaves of Tatareninha...


Flowers and Leaves of Tatarena...
Ezequiel Pessoa wrote: The tree that more work is known in the region where I was created - interior of the Bahia - as Tatarena.
Two basic types exist, Tatareninha and the Tatarena of thread.
Tatareninha extremely is seemed ptecholobium, observes only differences in the size and amount of folíolos and in the form of the fruits (string beans)




Tatarena in wild...

Fruit beans...

Seeds...

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Leaves of Tatarena and Pithecolobium...


Branchs of Tatarena...

Tatareninha growing in ta wild...
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Re: Tatarena, Another Native from Brazil...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sun Oct 18, 2009 2:41 pm


Tatareninha...
Ezequiel Pessoa Wrote:
Unhappyly I did not make Yamadori in this area! I liked to go there and to photograph, to look at the fruits the leves. In September of this year I came back there and had knocked down everything to plant Eucaliptus! I cried! I am thinking about buying there plus a land piece, where it has these more than, to preserve and only to remove some tree!

Tatarena trunk...
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Post  luciano benyakob on Sun Oct 18, 2009 3:02 pm

I go to try to explain: Brazilian Rain Tree, known for us, now is called: Chloroleulum Tortum.


This plant had one brief ticket for my house. Now belongs to the RockJúnior from Minas Gerais.
E here in dunes of the Sudeste region, exists 3 varieties of this plant: Male (Tortum) with its characteristic trunk and thorns. Female, without thorns and of abundant budding, without many curves in its trunk. E still we have a species that it is between the two.

In the Nordeste region, still we have another variety: Chloroleucum Dumoso.
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