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Amazona

a large genus of gaudy parrots in the family Psittacidae.

Amazona farina
the best known of the very large number of species of this parrot genus.
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The sustainable development of eco-lodges like Posada Amazonas are not a cure-all that can stop the destruction of the rainforest and stave off the extinction of native human cultures.
The collection and distribution of wild-caught ornamental fishes of the middle Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil.
1) Coordenacao de Biodiversidade, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia, Caixa Postal 478, 69011-970 Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil
Mourao, Tropical Medicine Foundation of Amazonas (Laboratory of Virology), Av Pedro Teixeira, 25, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil 69040000; email: mpmourao@uol.
All films shown are free of charge and involve tales of environmental hope, destruction or quandary - and most of them are screened at the riotously pink Teatro Amazonas, Manaus.
What: ``Florencia en el Amazonas,'' a new opera by Daniel Catan.
This is an important milestone for the Company," says Amazonas CEO Michael Ibar; "this agreement helps satisfy the capital requirements needed to increase our trading/timber agent operations.
Description : Increase productivity and competitiveness of SMEs that comprise the main value chains (agricultural and extractive sectors) of the state of Amazonas.
11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Space Systems/Loral (SSL), the world's leading provider of commercial satellites, today announced that the Amazonas 3 multi-mission satellite, designed and built for HISPASAT Group, was launched last Thursday and is successfully performing post-launch maneuvers according to plan.
The investigations show that Souza ordered crimes to provide material for his shows," Amazonas public security official Thomaz Augusto Vasconcelos said earlier this month.
Detail from the painting, Amazonas, by Alicia Paz, from the Slow Magic exhibition