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A river of eastern Peru and northwest Brazil flowing about 1,930 km (1,200 mi) northeast to the Amazon River.
Juruá (Portuguese ʒuˈrua)
(Placename) a river in South America, rising in E central Peru and flowing northeast across NW Brazil to join the Amazon. Length: 1900 km (1200 miles)
Ju•ru•á (ˌʒʊər uˈɑ)
a river in E and W South America, flowing NE from E Peru through W Brazil to the Amazon. 1200 mi. (1930 km) long.
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tomentosa was performed in the micro-region of the Jurua river
valley (Acre), which includes the High Pentecost (in the city of Cruzeiro do Sul), Seringal Sao Salvador (in Mancio Lima), and Ashaninka Indian Reservation (in Marechal Traumaturgo) communities.
This species is just found in the west of Acre State, in the upper Jurua River
Zooplankton composition in five oxbow lakes from the Upper Jurua River
, Acre State, Brazil
Brazil: 21) Jurua River
, Acre State (7[degrees]54'12.
2007) on the Jurua River
Basin (Acre) indicated this specie to be insectivorous; Shibuya et al.
CEPEC 87 (136) was identified as most closely related to C SUL accessions collected along the Jurua River
in the northwest region of Brazil.
I explain to the federal detectives that our expedition into the upper Jurua River
Valley had simply distributed educational supplies.