• Prioria copaifera
    © Guillermo Durán
  • Prioria copaifera
    © Guillermo Durán
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Prioria copaifera

cativo

Family

Fabaceae

Native to

native to Panamá

Type

tree

Height

tall (20 m/65 ft or more)

Height (m)

20 - 40

Deciduous/Evergreen

evergreen

Flower Color

white

Flowering Time

January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, December

Fruiting Time

January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, December

Sun/Shade Required To Establish

shade

Edible / Medicinal

Medicinal

Other Uses

timber

Wildlife Attracted

bees, insects, small mammals

Reforestation Type

riparian restoration, silvopastoral

Ecosystem Services

habitat

Ease of Propagation

difficult

Best Method of Propagation

seed

Tips for Cultivation

Low germination rate (50%). The sapling requires about 2-3 months in the nursery to reach a size suitable to be transplanted onto the field.