Guianese

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Guianese

(ˌɡaɪəˈniːz; ˌɡɪə-) or

Guianan

adj
(Placename) of or relating to the South American region of Guiana or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Guiana
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There are two allopatric taxa of Ichthyomini in the Guianan region (NE Amazonia), namely Neusticomys venezuelae (Anthony, 1929) in Venezuela and Guyana, and N.
BOWHANTI Bowhanti, the scent created from the Wacapou tree is combined with a blend of patchouli and incense to produce a spicy fragrance inspired by the French Guianan tropical rainforest in Amazonia.
Mowbray has signed the 34-year-old French Guianan three times; for West Brom and Celtic before handing him a one-year deal at the Ricoh Arena in September.
In the Guianan ecoregion complex, leishmaniasis is endemic, and 5 coexisting Leishmania parasite species are known to infect humans: L.
The factual errors or oversights reflect Aikhenvald's lesser familiarity with the northern Amazonian area, specifically the Guianan and Circum-Caribbean areas.
A compilation of known Guianan timber trees and the significance of their dispersal mode, seed size and taxonomic affinity to tropical rain forest management.
Life forms and growth strategies of Guianan palms as related to their ecology.