bandaga rini

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
bandaga rini
Spanish
malamujer, ortiga
Description:
This term is used for trees belonging to at least two different taxonomic families, Urticaceae and Euphorbiaceae. These trees, which reach a height of five meters, have a very corrosive latex (sap) and lobed leaves covered with long, thick hairs (trichomes). The hairs have pointy ends that release inflammatory substances upon contact with the skin and can cause hives.
Habitat:
Selva baja caducifolia. A orilla de cultivo. Selva baja caducifolia. Pastoreo de ganado. Selva baja caducifolia. Antes se pastoreaba ganado. Selva baja caducifolia. Cerca de donde cayo el avión de los chilenos, hace años.
Associated Flora:
yaga bii, chumaga, fitufiu', gula bere', guiichi bupu, yaga xiñá, biruba guiiña, xhaga la, yaga biibi, bidxi toope, pepe huaje, mata buey, mala mujer, guiichi ndani, papaya gui'xhi, guenda bidxu, dxima, guiichi bizaari, papaya dani, yaazi, yaga la guitu, aguardiente, du'ga dani, tau cuuni, bidxi toope, guenda bidxu, guiichi ndani, guie' bi'chi, guiichi dxita, guie' se', bacua, chumaga, guie' bi'chi, papaya dani, guie' chaachi, yaga la guiaa, guiichi bidu', batuuba', bidxi toope, guiichi ndani, yaazi, palo mulato, guie' yaase, dxima, bui' dani, guie' bi'chi, papaya dani, guenda bidxu, sabi duni, gula bere' guie, chumaga, yaazi, la'sa bidxiña, ma lu'lu, palo mulato, bidxi toope, bidxi mula', bacuella gui'xhi, batuuba', congo, du'ga dani