Jephir Treks America: Bumbling Through Central America

A 6 week adventure in gastronomica, sights, and observation.

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Tikal jungle times six


Haaahd workin' leafcutter ants, the original farmers of the forest.




Sensitivo?


A little more toucan for you!
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  • At 9:34 PM , Blogger marvela said...

    where are you? i got a whole team of botanists together one night to try to identify the plants in your posts. it wasn't easy. the orange thing with the banana-shaped buds is Spathodea. it's related to catalpa. the one that is supposed to be grenadia isn't, but we don't know what it is. the flowers of hermano pedro are Bourreria in a family I'd never heard of. the shrimp plant is Justizia. the big purple thing looks like impatiens so may be related to it. that's all i've got for now. your posts make me happy. i've missed them this past week.

     

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