parawita

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
parawita
Spanish
paragüita
Audio:
Description:
This name is used to refer to two different species of the Apocynaceae family. These generally abundant herbs are frequently found outside houses and along fences. They reach a height of 40 centimeters and the flowers, which resemble those commonly called "belén", may be white, lilac or a combination of the two.
Habitat:
Zona urbana. Domicilio particular.
Associated Flora:
rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, jasmin biuxe, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble, noni, palmera, almendra, bui', mangu, ceresa, granada, rosa, parahuita, limon, guie' tiiqui, guie' chaachi, nanchi, bugambilia, sabila, tamarindu, rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble, rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble

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Endangered
Protected
Non-native
Endemic to Mexico
Endemic to Oaxaca