Swietenia macrophylla

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Eudicotyledones 
Rosidae 
Ordo : Sapindales 
Familia : Meliaceae 
Genus : Swietenia 
Species : S. macrophylla 
Swietenia macrophylla 
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Conservationis status

Swietenia macrophylla (Anglice big-leaf mahogany[1]) est planta florens familiae Meliacearum, in Aequatoria, Beliza, Bolivia, Brasilia, Columbia, Dominica, Guiana Francica, Guadalupa, Guatemala, Guiana, Honduria, Martinica, Mexico, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Ora Opulenta, Panama, Peruvia, Salvatoria, Sancta Lucia, Sanctus Vincentius et Granatinae, Venetiola endemica. Ea est una ex duabus speciebus quae verum lignum durum mahogany appellatum effert, quarum alia est Swietenia mahagoni.

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  1. Etiam alia nomina communia, inter quae broad-leaved mahogany, Brazilian mahogany, Honduras mahogany, large-leaved mahogany, genuine mahogany, sky fruit, and tropical american mahogany.