Plant Morphology: Growth Form: It is a small tree or shrub. Foliage: Leaves are compound with 4 – 8 leaflets and often with a terminal leaflet. Each leaflets have . Caesalpinia coriaria in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Caesalpinia coriaria (Jacq.)Willd. . Synonym. Caesalpinia thomaea Spreng. Synonym. Libidibia coriaria (Jacq.)Schltdl. Synonym. Poinciana coriaria Jacq. 0.

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The tan stuff from the pods is generally used as a blend for tanning leather, mixed with other tanning materials. Mature trees require very little care, and forage crops can be planted between the trees.

Divi-divi is propagated by seed. The pods are usually packed in fine mesh bags. There are 6 news article citations related to Caesalpinia coriaria Jacq. Technology partner Strand Life Sciences.

Flora of Tropical East Africa. Citation in scholarly articles. Known or potential benefits of the species for humans, at a direct economic level, as instruments of education, prospecting, eco-tourism, etc.


Related observations Show all. The large genus Caesalpinia about species is pantropical, the greater part of the species occurring in South and Csesalpinia America.

Because divi-divi pods are curved, they are voluminous, which makes transport expensive. Caesalpinia coriaria x – k – cwesalpinia striweb. A dictionary of Indian raw materials and industrial products. Caesalpinia coriaria is native to tropical America and the West Indies. The pods are also used to prepare a blackish or bluish dye for cotton and wool and a black ink, used e. Caesalpinia coriaria From Wikimedia Commons, the free When tested in ponds, the tannin from divi-divi pods showed algicidal activity.

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Citation in web searches. Caesalpinia coriaria has been used in Central America for many centuries as a tanning material. Caesalpinia coriaria Divi divi – Caesalpinia coriaria x – 66k – jpg www.

Fomes lucidusMicropeltis domingensis and Zignoella caesalpiniae. The largest consumers were the United States and Germany. caesalpinua

However, benefits to ecosystems not specific to humans are best treated under Risk statement what happens when the organism is removed. Aucubin compounds have caesalpinoa identified. It grows on rich clay soils and poor sandy soils with pH 4.


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Natural History Natural History. Send a request for permission. Caesalpinia coriaria Divi Divi tree – Aruba x – 9k www. Caesalpinia caedalpinia is used as an ornamental and shade plant and its leaves as a mulch. Encyclopedia of Life EOL.

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There are citation in scholarly articles related to Caesalpinia coriaria Jacq. Remember me Forgot password? It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others. Germplasm collections are not known to exist.

Divi-divi extracts are liable to deteriorate rapidly; especially in hot climates fermentation takes place readily because of the large amount of sugars present; this often results in reddish stains in the leather. The pods of divi-divi are collected before or after they drop from the tree.