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    The Many Names Of Jagua…

    Scientific Name Preferred Scientific Name: Genipa Americana L

    Other Scientific Names
    Genipa americana var. caruto (Kunth) K. Schum, Genipa caruto Kunth, Gardenia genipa Sw., Genipa barbata Presl, Genipa codonocaiyx Standl., Genipa cymosa Spruce, Genipa exelsa K Krause, Genipa grandifolia Pers. Genipa oblongifolia Ruiz & Pav., Genipa pubescens DC., Genipa spruceana Steyerm., Genipa venosa Standl., Genipa nervosa Sprce

    Trade Names
    Jagua, Genipa, Marmalade Box

    Most Popular Common Names
    Spanish Latin America; Jagua, Huito, Genipa
    Portuguese Latin America; Jenipapo, Genipa

    Some Lesser Known Common Names
    English; Genipap, Marmalade Box
    Spanish;
    Caruto
    Portuguese;
    Mandipa
    French; Confiture de Singe
    Argentinian;
    ñandipá
    Bolivia;
    Bí, Nané, Nobirr, Bi grande, Bicito, Totumillo
    Brazil;
    Genipopeiro, Jenipá, Jenipaba, Janipopeiro, Jenipapeiro, Janipapo, Cabacu
    Columbia;
    Angelina, Genipapo, Chipara, Chibara, Guanapay
    Costa Rica;
    Guaitilil, Tapaculo, Guaitilil Blanco, Brir
    Equador;
    Shiño, Sua, Sula, Tsua, Airo-tua, We’e
    Guatemala;
    Irayol, Irayol de Loma, Irayol de Montaña, Crayo, Guali
    Guyana;
    Lana
    Honduras;
    Irayol
    Mexico;
    Jagua Azol, Maluco
    Nicaragua;
    Tapaculo, Gigualtí
    Panama;
    Jagua Negro, Jagua de Montaña, Jagua Blanca, Guayatil Colorado
    Peru;
    Palo Colorado, Huitoc, Huitol, Yaguayagua, Vito, Vitu
    Paraguay;
    ñandypa Guasu
    Puerto Rico;
    Caruto
    Surinam;
    Arasaloe, Tapoeripa
    El Salvador;
    Irayol, Tambor, Tiñadientes, Tiñe-dientes
    Venezuela;
    Caruto, Carcarutoto, Caruto Rebalsero, Guaricha

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