Inga edulis

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Noun1.Inga edulis - ornamental evergreen tree with masses of white flowers; tropical and subtropical America
genus Inga - genus of tropical trees or shrubs
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Grimes (cited as Pithecellobium), and Allorhogas hansoni Marsh 2002 associated with Inga vera Willd fruits.
Inga vera seeds with ovoid galls: (A) Galls with Allorhogas sp.; (B) Galls with Allorhogas sp.
A probable explanation is that immature seeds mature or continue maturing during the beginning of the storage period, while mature seeds start the aging stage faster (Schmidt, 2007), or also even such mature seeds might begin germination despite the seed is still connected to the mother plant (Barbedo et al., 2013), as already showed in Inga vera seeds (Caccere, Teixeira, Centeno, Figueiredo-Ribeiro, & Braga, 2013; Parisi et al., 2013).
(2007a), que constataram que o BAP reduziu o numero de brotacoes e o numero de folhas de explantes de ingazeiro (Inga vera Willd.
The most common species were Inga vera (66 trees), Ocotea diospyrifolia (62), Vitex cymosa (43), Tabebuia heptaphylla (36), Cecropia pachystachya, and Genipa americana (both 24 trees).
Additionally one species (Inga vera) was classified as generalist (species that could be pollinated by more than two pollinator groups, including vertebrate and invertebrate pollinators) and another species (Serjania glutinosa) as entomophilous (species that could be pollinated by species of more than two invertebrate groups).