[ d͡ʒˌabətɪkˈɑːbə tɹˈiː], [ dʒˌabətɪkˈɑːbə tɹˈiː], [ dʒ_ˌa_b_ə_t_ɪ_k_ˈɑː_b_ə t_ɹ_ˈiː]
How to use "Jaboticaba tree" in context?
The Jaboticaba Tree (Amoria jaboticaba) is a fruit-bearing tree native to the eastern Brazilian states of ParanÃƒÂ¡, Rio Grande do Sul and SÃƒÂ£o Paulo. The tree reaches a height of 30-50 m and has a robust tree trunk, a flat crown and drooping branches. The leaves are Alternate, with serrated margins, and are 25-40 cm long, with a 10-15 cm diameter. The flowers are white, with a diameter of 10-15 cm. There are three types of Jaboticaba trees: Filbert, English and Spanish.
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