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Belloto of the North

It is between 5 and 19 meters high. It is an uncommon evergreen species, with simple and brilliant leaves of about 20 inches by 14. It blooms in march and April, and its fruit is yellow, on which pigs feed.

Scientific name
Beilschmiedia miersii
In the Aconcagua Valley, Valparaiso and Santiago.
In coastal forests, streams and humid places.

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