guie' begu

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
guie' begu
Spanish
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Description:
The term refers to at least two species of the Combretaceae family: Combretum farinosum and Combretum fruticosum, both woody vines found in abundance in the mountain. An important characteristic that distinguishes each species is the color of the petals: those of Combretum farinosum are orange or red, while those of Combretum farinosum are yellow. in both cases, the spikes are in the shape of a comb.
Habitat:
Selva mediana caducifolia. Lugar de recreación y pastoreo de ganado. Selva baja caducifolia. Pastoreo de ganado. Selva baja caducifolia. Aprovechamiento de madera.
Associated Flora:
du'ga, chubi' dani, guiichi bidoorre, yana', bacua, yaazi, biibi, prisilana', yaga nisa, bidxi toope, bidxi beenda, yana', guiichi belle, yaga bui', bui' dani, du'ga, incha huevo, tau cuuni, guie' se', pimienta, yaga beu', bacua, sabi duni, luba' begu, luba' jñaa bi, guie' chaachi, ma lu'lu, cortes, yaazi, guiichi xahui, yaga la guitu xiña, palo mulato, bichiisa, tau cuuni, bidxi toope, bidxi mula', bioongo, bacuella gui'xhi, papaya dani, copal