This chapter classifies the uses of plants according to various functions in Mayo lands. These plants include Gloria, rose-colored amapa and huanaca for aesthetic uses, mezquite, brea and jupachumi for livestock feed, and bolillo, sigropo and palo dulce for applications related to culture. For construction, medicine and industry some of the common plants used by the Mayos include horcones, gobernadora, and palo dulce.
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