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Amaryllis

a genus of the plant family Amaryllidaceae, all with bulbs or tuberous roots. Garden plants reputed to be poisonous. Called also Hippeastrum.
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Introduccion a la pupacion y colonizacion del gusano rojo del maguey Comadia redtenbacheri H.
We departed Mexico City, making several stops as we traveled east, eating succulent dishes made from insects, rabbits and maguey.
It is said to be rare for maguey to blossom in a temperate region like Japan since its stops growing during the winter.
Pulque, an alcoholic drink fermented from maguey juice (also used to distill tequila) was the most popular drink of the masses, and the regulation of the pulque trade and pulquerias provided the government with the greatest challenge.
In the Mesquital Valley in Mexico, five communities of Nahnu Indians trade with The Body Shop in Mexican Scrub Mitts (made from the Maguey cactus).
25 effective April 1 for classifications of workers in the production of wood doors and windows; metal doors, windows, awnings, and screens; mat tresses with or without springs, bedsprings, and wire beds; kitchen cabinets; straw, hair, and similar material products; and rattan, osier, bamboo, excelsior, cork, and maguey furniture.
Maguey Sap, carefully crafted and brought to you by Villa de Patos, is an unrefined and unprocessed alternative sweetener with unique flavor and tons of versatility in baked goods, marinades, dairy products, beverages and more.
These results agree, except for the number of instars, with those reported by Siller (1985), who pointed out that in pulque maguey A.
Scorpia mezcal" has a sweet, smooth bite; "del Maguey mezcal" has a spicy, fruity, smoky nose with a high note of citrus; and "Sombra Azul" is spicy and fruity.