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Cavanillesia platanifolia

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Kingdom  Plantae
Subfamily  Bombacoideae
Scientific name  Cavanillesia platanifolia
Order  Malvales
Family  Malvaceae
Genus  Cavanillesia
Rank  Species
Cavanillesia platanifolia Smithsonian Tropical Research InstituteCavanillesia platanifolia
Similar  Cavanillesia, Cavanillesia umbellata, Pseudobombax septenatum, Wild Cashew, Eriotheca

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Cavanillesia platanifolia, known as pijio, bongo, pretino, petrino, cuipo, hameli or hamelĂ­ in Spanish or macondo, is a flowering plant species in the Malvaceae family. It grows in lowland rainforests in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.

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The wood of C. platanifolia is among the softest ever recorded: its Janka hardness is 22 lbf.

In Ecuador this tree is found in the cloud forests of the Tumbesian Region and also in the hills of the Guayasean province.

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References

Cavanillesia platanifolia Wikipedia


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