from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun the lemonwood tree (Calycophyllum candidissimum); -- it is a tropical American tree which is source of a tough elastic wood.

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  • noun source of a tough elastic wood


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  • The first layer of trees include Bursera simaruba (almácigo), Cedrela odorata (cedar), Calycopfyllum candissimum (dagame), Ceiba pentandra (ceiba), Cordia gerascanthus (baría), Cordia collococca, Dipholis salicifolia (cuyá), Swietenia mahagoni (mahogany), Zanthoxylum martinicensis (ayúa), Celtis trinervia and Roystonea regia (palma real).

    Cuban dry forests


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