Salangana

Sa`lan´ga`na


n.1.The salagane.
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The most traditional examples are guano and bat droppings, and there are also birds, such as the guacharo, or oilbird (Steatornis caripensis), of the caves of South America, that introduce the remains of the fruit they feed on, and the dozen or so species of swiftlets (Collocalia [=Aerodramus] salangana, and other members of the same genus) that nest in caves in southeast Asia.
De Manila a Mexico eran llevadas, entre muchas otras cosas, telas de seda china, telas de algodon, seda cruda y en rama, especias, labores orientales, maderas nobles, trabajos en cobre, nidos de salangana, aceite de algalia.