Amburana cearensis

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Amburana cearensis
Amburana cearensis.jpg
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Genus: Amburana
Species: A. cearensis
Binomial name
Amburana cearensis
(Allemão) A.C.Sm.
  • Amburana claudii Schwacke & Taub.
  • Torresea cearensis Allemão (basionym) [1][2]
  • Amburana acreana (Ducke) A.C.Smith [3]

Amburana cearensis (Portuguese common names; ambaúrana, amburana, amburana de cheiro, angelim, baru, cabocla, cerejeira rajada, cumaré, cumaru, cumaru de cheiro, cumaru do ceará, cumbaru das caatingas, emburana, emburana de cheiro, imburana, imburana brava, imburana cheirosa, imburana de cheiro, louro ingá, umburana, umburana lisa, umburana macho, umburana vermelha, umburana de cheiro,[4] umburana-de-cheiro, umburana do cheiro:[5] Spanish common names; ishpingo, roble criollo) is a species of timber tree in the Fabaceae family. This plant is native to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Peru. It is threatened by habitat loss.


  1. ^ Amburana cearensis at Germplasm Resources Information Network
  2. ^ Amburana cearensis at ILDIS LegumeWeb
  3. ^ Amburana cearensis at USDA Forest Service
  4. ^ (Portuguese) Amburana claudii at Instituto de Pesquisas e Estudos Florestais, University of São Paulo
  5. ^ Americas Regional Workshop (Conservation & Sustainable Management of Trees, Costa Rica) 1998. Amburana cearensis. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Archived 27 June 2014 at the Wayback Machine. Downloaded on 9 July 2007.)