biziaa xtia

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
biziaa xtia
Spanish
almendro
Description:
Abundant tree that reaches a height of 10 meters. The flowers can be red or yellow, while the fruit is yellow when ripe. Commonly planted outside homes, because it gives plenty of shade. In the past, the leaves were used to wrap around raw meat, fish and chicken, on the same way aluminum foil is used today. The fruit is used to prepare a sweet.
Habitat:
Zona urbana. Donde fue un campo de futbol y pastoreo de ganado.
Associated Flora:
pistache, almendra, mangu, be'za yaga, chumaga muxe', guiichi yaa, biquiiche, gula bere', fitufiu', biibi, xhaga la, chumaga nguiu', biadxi, laurel, tulipan, guiichi gueda, limon real, eucalipto, bidxi toope

Legend

Endangered
Protected
Non-native
Endemic to Mexico
Endemic to Oaxaca