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Hatun ch'iwa ( Quechua )

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Hatun ch'iwa,[1] Pampa mikhurana icha Puma mikhurana[2] (Veronica persica) nisqaqa huk quram, ch'iwa rikch'anaman kapuq. Asyamantam hamun.

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  1. Jeffery W. Bentley, Silvio Nina & Salomón Pérez (2001): Ethnobotany of Weeds in Cochabamba. (en) (es). p. 56. Jatun Ch’iwa.
  2. Christine Franquemont, Timothy Plowman, Edward Franquemont, Steven R. King, Christine Niezgoda, Wade Davis, Calvin R. Sperling (1990): The Ethnobotany of Chinchero, an Andean Community in Southern Peru. Fieldiana Botany, New Series No. 24, 1-126. p. 99.

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Hatun ch'iwa: Brief Summary ( Quechua )

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Hatun ch'iwa, Pampa mikhurana icha Puma mikhurana (Veronica persica) nisqaqa huk quram, ch'iwa rikch'anaman kapuq. Asyamantam hamun.

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