yaga guiichi bidoorre

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
yaga guiichi bidoorre
Spanish
cornezuelo, cuernecillo
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Description:
This name refers to at least two species of the Fabaceae family, including Acacia cornigera. These thorny trees reach a height of 3 meters and produce a yellow flower during the dry season. The fruit, which is a dark red color, also appears during the dry season. Living inside the thorns of the tree are small red ants that have a painful bite. There are two types of yaga guiichi bidoorre, one growing in the hills and another growing near the village. The type that grows in the hills grows larger in size, while the other produces a yellow fruit full of seeds that are eaten by birds and may also be eaten by humans.
Habitat:
Selva baja espinosa. Pastoreo de ganado. Selva baja caducifolia. Anteriormente se pastoreaba ganado. Selva baja caducifolia. Pastoreo de ganado.
Associated Flora:
xhaga la, bara seda biuxe, guiichi bidoorre, yaga bii, fitufiu', chumaga, tule, guixi bandaga, cumbriu, luba', guiichi gu, bacua, guie' xhuuba, piñon, guiichi xahui, cortes, chumaga, bitiaa gui'xhi, luba' guie' quichi', tau cuuni, guiichi bidu', guenda dxiña, guiichi ndani, guie' niza, guiichi laya bi'cu, guiichi yaa, chumaga, pichinchi yu, colla mani xubi, xollo, guiichi bidoorre, guie' niza