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Maya Ethnobotany P ACAYA PALM, C HAMAEDOREA TEPEJILOTE Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya; Pacaya_002
N O COST OR OBLIGATION TO USE FLAAR P OWER P OINT PRESENTATIONS ( IF COPYRIGHT NOTICE AND LOGO REMAIN IN PLACE ) PowerPoint presentations are courtesy of FLAAR Reports for colleges, universities, museums, nature parks, or any comparable educational and scientific institution. There is no cost or obligation to use these PowerPoint presentations from FLAAR Reports as long as the format, logo, and reference to remain in place.www.maya-ethnobotany.org However these photographs are all copyright and are not intended for inappropriate use. Inappropriate use is dumping them on your own web site and pretending they are your photos. The ethical way to do this is to leave them on the FLAAR web site(s) and link to them If there are other pre-Columbian Mesoamerican flowers,plants or trees that you really wish to have a PPT on from FLAAR, please let us know. Also, if you wish Dr Hellmuth to give this lecture himself, at your university, museum, club, or group, anywhere in the world, he lectures around the world every year, especially relative to Maya iconography of plants and animals, and on digital photography of flora and fauna. If you find this innovative concept of a non-profit research institute providing no-cost PowerPoint presentations to curators, faculty, and students as a good idea, please let us know. If you find any error or omission in this presentation, or if you know anything that we missed, please let us know to consider it. Write to We have deliberately left the PPT with no text so the speaker who borrows this can add their own words. © FLAAR Mesoamerica
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_024 Family: Arecacea Scientific name: Chamaedorea tepejilote Common name: Pacaya 2 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_024
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Chilasco_pacaya_6033 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; pacaya_trunk_Coban_6060 The flowers are produced in inflorescences; they are dioecious, with male and female flowers on separate plants. 3
We dont yet have pictures of the female inflorescences. However here are some differences to distinguish them. © FLAAR Mesoamerica P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER FemaleMale Tend to be solitary, with 5-20 thick branches. Densely packed. They are more numerous than the female inflorescences. They have from 7-50 hanging small branches.
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_029 Chamaedorea tepejilote, male plant with mature fruits These berries are not what you eat of the plant. 5
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_051 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_046 Chamaedorea tepejilote Male plant with fruits 6
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_055 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-male_056 7
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-female_011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya-plant-female_012 Chamaedorea tepejilote Female plants with fruits. The fruits of these plant are edible Inflorescence This is the inflorescense that you can eat. Because you eat it is very common to find it in cultivated in houses 8
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; pacaya_pod_&_opened_8001 Male inflorescence 9
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER Pacaya palm, Chamaedorea tepejilote © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: Database2; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya_bundles_AB15 Male inflorescence This is how the local farmers package the pacaya to sell it in local markets 10
Pacaya palm, Chamaedorea tepejilote P ACAYA AN EDIBLE PLANT © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: Database2; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya_Verapaz_AB23 Male inflorescence 11 Unopened pacaya Top half of the husk removed Completely cut open
P ACAYA, AN EDIBLE FLOWER © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya_008 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya_007 Folder: FLAAR-Files; ETHNOBOTANY; Pacaya_016 Male inflorescence Edible parts 12
WWW. M AYA E THNOBOTANY. ORG © FLAAR Mesoamerica 2011 For more information visit All photos were taken by FLAAR Mesoamerica staff. To quote the presentation and the pictures: Photos (FLAAR 2011) FLAAR Mesoamerica PowerPoint Presentation about Pacaya, ethnobotany.org 13
WWW. M AYA E THNOBOTANY. ORG Other PowerPoint presentations with photos of other Maya ethnobotany plants from the FLAAR Photo Archive include: - Palo de pito (Erythrina berteroana) - Achiote (Bixa orellana) © FLAAR Mesoamerica
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