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Available seeds of rare species. **February 2017**
« on: March 05, 2014, 12:50:54 AM »
Hi friends.

New species available:

   
Pradosia brevipes (Sapotaceae) (popular name - Fruta de tatu)  Species rare and very interesting, and of strong and pleasant flavor. It has a habit of spectacular growth, one of the most interesting native species of the cerrado. Difficult to find fruits, the armadillos and other animals eat the fruits still green. This is a positive sign because it shows that there are still a few animals in this very degraded habitat, but it makes it very difficult to collect fruits. Another factor that hinders is that it is a species scarce in number of individuals in nature.



Eugenia punicifolia (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Cereja do cerrado)


   
Caryocar brasiliense subsp. intermedium (Caryocaraceae) (popular name - Pequi anão) Very interesting and rare species. It has very interesting characteristics compared to the Caryocar brasiliense species, it has early fruit production that starts around 24 months and is very productive.


   
Eugenia pluriflora (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Pitanguinha da restinga)

   
Eugenia brasiliensis (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Black Grumixama) We also have some seeds of Eugenia brasiliensis var. Leucocarpa (Yellow Grumixama)


   
Garcinia gardneriana (Clusiaceae) (popular name - Bacupari) - Few seeds available.



Aristolochia gigantea var. brasiliensis (Aristolochiaceae) (popular name - Papo de Peru)



Guatteria sp. (Annonaceae) (popular name - Pindaiba preta)



Spondias tuberosa (Anacardiaceae) (popular name - Umbu)



Gmelina arborea (Verbenaceae) (popular name - Gmelina)



Couroupita guianensis (Lecythidaceae) (popular name - Abricó de macaco)



Myrciaria glazioviana (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Cabeludinha)



Eugenia xiriricana (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Carambola da mata)



Garcinia aff. brasiliensis (Clusiaceae) (popular name - Bacupari)



Carapa guianensis (Meliaceae) (popular name - Andiroba) - Few germinated seeds available.


   
Pouteria torta subsp. glabra (Sapotaceae) (popular name - Abiu piloso) Excellent flavor, creamy pulp.



Bocageopsis pleiosperma (Annonaceae) (popular name - Envira negra)



Diclinanona calycina (Annonaceae) (popular name - Envireira)



Duguetia flagellaris (Annonaceae) (popular name - Ameju preto)


 
Eugenia sp. (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Couro de cururu)



Marlierea umbraticola (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Araçá de cacho)



Couepia bracteosa (Chrysobalanaceae) (popular name - Pajurá)



Bellucia dichotoma (Melastomataceae) (popular name - Goiaba de anta)


 
Garcinia macrophylla (Clusiaceae) (popular name - Bacuri cascudo)



Helicostylis tomentosa (Moraceae) (popular name - Jaquinha ou Inharé)



Psidium sp. (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Goiaba anã do campo) - Very rare species of Psidium occurring in southern Brazil in a small area which unfortunately deforested large areas for plantations. Species very interesting to present large fruits, and the adult plant have a maximum of 20 cm tall photo of a plant of about 20 years. It presents a complex and large root systems.


 
Eugenia leitonii (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Araça piranga) - Seedlings and available fresh seeds.


 
Pachira insignis (Malvaceae) (popular name - Monguba preta)



Duckesia verrucosa (Humiriaceae) (popular name - Uxi coroa)



Talisia sylvatica (Sapindaceae) (popular name - Pitomba da mata)



Duguetia stelechantha (Annonaceae) (popular name - Ata)



Eugenia neoverrucosa (Myrtaceae) - Rare Species


 
Cheiloclinium cognatum (Hippocrateaceae)


   
Rubus ulmifolius (Rosaceae) - We have two varieties available.


 
Hexachlamys edulis / sinon.: Eugenia edulis (Myrtaceae) - Native to the Atlantic forest.



Stylogyne martiana (Myrsinaceae) - Species of good taste and rare native Atlantic Forest.


   
Vasconcellea sp. (Caricaceae) - Dioecious species, very interesting sweet taste and nice texture.


   
Eugenia uniflora (black variety) - excellent variety around 3 centimeters diameter, one of the best varieties of pitanga I have ever experienced, very sweet and very little astringent.


 
Garcinia madruno - 5 seeds available.

And many other species.

Payment is made only through Paypal.

The type of shipping is your choice: aerial-priority (7-12 days), EMS (3-7 days) (all shipping methods containing tracking number). The value of shipping is calculated when the order is finalized, and the package weight is calculated.
Important Information: If your country is strict for import of seed, please let us know the necessary requirements. We are not responsible if your package is seized by the inspection of your country.
Shipping to US only with label PPQ FORM 508.
The germination rate of the species is variable. Like most species have not been cultivated, are native species, we have no additional information about germination. But we can confirm that the seeds are fresh and viable.

For additional information please contact us by email, or send us a message through the forum: rare.species.amazon@gmail.com



Best regards,

Vitor (Rare Species Amazon)
« Last Edit: February 06, 2017, 01:21:31 AM by Rare.Species.Amazon »

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Re: Available seeds of rare species of the Amazon region.
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2014, 02:19:59 AM »
Jesus, just when I thought I have clean dreamfrutas & Ricbitar of their seed collection, another Brazilian come along to entice me toward seed allowance bankruptcy.  PM you order tomorrow morning...psst got to go to bed now or wife get suspicious. :-X  ;D
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« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2014, 04:16:53 AM »
May I ask how Duguetia stelechantha looks inside? From this photo, it looks like extremely small durian :-) But from what I see on Google, it is a family of Annonaceae.. So no durian relative. :-)
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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2014, 04:43:23 AM »
I have couple garcinias from your list and tempted by your inga. Problems is I know nothing about everything else on your list. You would really help yourself and everybody else by adding more info. You should be a better salesman and add as much info as possible. Like: season last for....months, taste like...., tree size is..., years to fruit...Personally for me just "enormous fruit, extremely rare" is not going to cut it. I need to know a lot more before deciding on order.

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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2014, 06:04:41 AM »
I recently planted a few of these and similar congenors and also received info about fruit quality.I planted Couma utilis which I know is like mangaba and very nice but only had a couple of many come up.I also had poor uchi germination but one came up after 3 weeks. There are big trees of this in Hawaii.
I am yet to have any G.macrophyllas come up but madrono has bee great.I have also struggled with Syagrus and Astrocaryum.
I have had low Duguetia germination but only has furfuracea and lanceolata. P.laevigata in the pic looks a bit like pix I have seen of macrocarpa and macrophylla.I planted these 2 and gave the seedlings away after good germination.

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« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2014, 06:12:12 AM »
PM sent!  ;)

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« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2014, 09:22:55 PM »
Vitor, thank you very much for updates and new information. Whenever you update your posting with new information, post a new message with something like: "list updated". Than everybody will have something new to look at and bump your posting to the top. Otherwise no one knows you updated your original posting with new species.
I'm interested in couple species, just don't know if I can order this year. My nursery house is just sooo packed!! By the way, do you ever encounter Croton lechleri (dragon blood tree)? Its not fruit species. I know it grows in western Amazon, been trying to get it unsuccessfully since last year.


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« Reply #7 on: March 05, 2014, 11:04:44 PM »
Ola Vitor,

Como faço para comprar? Em que Estado vc esta?

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« Reply #8 on: March 06, 2014, 12:39:50 AM »
Vitor thanks for the update since last night.  Your price for the seeds are a steal & I greatly appreciate your prudence with time spend elucidating us on these rare endanger cultivars. You need no apology on your English skill; I am just glad you did not write it in Portuguese to this feisty & often grumpy English Eccentric crowds of impatience troubadour.  ::) :-\ :blank:

We are honor a fine fruit hunter like yourself consider us worthy enough to share the gems you have found in your country forest & to let us save some of Brazil soon to be forgotten living history. Of course we want to remunerate you fairly (fair trade) so that you can brave the bullet ants, stalking Jaguars, drug dealers & illegal loggers that don't want you in the forest and maybe lost Amazon Cannibal Tribes that might consider you a fruity village feast to bring us undiscovered neW fruit cultivars no white man had seen since the last white missionary were stew in the late 40's. :'(

We look to support you for years to come by continuing to buy your seeds so you can penetrate deeper into the virgin Amazon forest and bring us fruity epicurean delights. ;)

I will be your very best customer and a big Welcome to the Nut House (our Fruit Forum)!!! ;D
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« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2014, 10:35:02 AM »
Ola Vitor

Quero comprar 20 sementes de Madruno, como faço o pagamento?

Obrigado

Ricardo

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Re: Available seeds of rare species of the Amazon region.
« Reply #10 on: March 06, 2014, 03:44:27 PM »
Aloha!  I sent a pm

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« Reply #11 on: March 06, 2014, 09:14:23 PM »
 had sent PM. check please.

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Re: Available seeds of rare species of the Amazon region.
« Reply #12 on: March 07, 2014, 05:24:54 PM »
Would be great if we could see a picture of each fruit cut open as well...


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« Reply #13 on: March 08, 2014, 01:41:43 AM »
Vitor that is a great selection and good luck with the sales. Daniel (from Rio) speaks highly of you and I think people can be confident of your reliability.I am guessing that you are a rainforest botanist as your information and taxonomic understanding seem to be excellent.

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« Reply #14 on: March 08, 2014, 01:24:27 PM »
After reading this post, something just came to mind.. To me it feels like a botanical revolution that began in last couple of years of all these rare Brazilian species now being available and being grown around the world, thanks to growers like Vitor and others. It's an exciting time to live in!

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« Reply #15 on: March 08, 2014, 04:10:11 PM »
Hi Vitor, can you tell more about Eugenia longiracemosa? I can't find much on her. Thank's!  ;D

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« Reply #16 on: March 09, 2014, 04:00:23 PM »
Added photo Duguetia megalocarpa.

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« Reply #17 on: March 09, 2014, 11:49:21 PM »
After reading this post, something just came to mind.. To me it feels like a botanical revolution that began in last couple of years of all these rare Brazilian species now being available and being grown around the world, thanks to growers like Vitor and others. It's an exciting time to live in!

Tomas

Yes and that's all because of the internet. Now places like the Amazon- or Borneo jungle are getting more known and the whole world can order seeds from out of their own house, don't even have to go to a shop.

I hope that soon there will be more great fruits on the markets all over the world. It's a shame the rainforests are being cut for only palmoil or coffee but thanks to internet the original tree's can be spread easy now.

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« Reply #18 on: March 10, 2014, 05:58:44 PM »
Hi friend.
The biggest problem of deforestation in Brazil is because of the creation of pastures to meat.
If meat consumption it impaire would be a great help to the forest. In fact it would be a great help to the forest and the animals.
I'm impressed with the number of species that I encounter that have not been described by the Botanic. And these plants are disappearing before humans know them. Unfortunately the dispersal of species in the Amazon region is very restricted. Some species only 1 exemplary is found in many acres of forest. Eliminating this exemplary you can be in danger of exterminating a species in an entire region. The Amazon rainforest, compared to other forests, is very complex and very little known.

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« Reply #19 on: March 10, 2014, 06:55:13 PM »
Thank you very much for presenting all these species of fruit
I think the Duguetia seeds are very interesting, mainly the Duguetia megalocarpa
Vitor, besides the great flavor that you described, is there any principle medicinal in these species of Duguetia ?
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« Reply #20 on: March 10, 2014, 07:57:32 PM »
Hi Ricardo.
Unfortunately I have no information of medicinal uses of Duguetia megalocarpa and Duguetia stelechantha. But exist studies on medicinal use, and nutritional information for other species Duguetia. I believe that after the disclosure of these species appear people interested in studying the chemical characteristics and use applications. But the most important at the moment is to preserve these rare and endangered species, and you're helping to make it happen.

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« Reply #21 on: March 10, 2014, 08:49:38 PM »
Vitor when you look at world angiosperm diversity Latin America and SE Asia dominate. The 5 most species rich/area world nodes for flowering plants are Atlantic Brazil,Central America into Colombia,the strip east of the Andes,New Guinea and Borneo. There is much to find in all these places and the Amazon seems to have the biggest collection of flowering plants in the world.

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« Reply #22 on: March 10, 2014, 11:36:44 PM »
Vitor do you live in Amazonas? What area?
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« Reply #23 on: March 11, 2014, 04:39:46 PM »
Hi Oscar.
Currently I have fixed residence in São Paulo, but travel most of the year to other states especially Amazonas.
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« Reply #24 on: March 15, 2014, 02:01:20 AM »
Hi friends.
Few units available seeds.
Next season only next year.
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