Urucum (bixa orellana) seeds

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    Native indians of Brazil use urucum seeds to make red pigment. Scientific name: Bixa orellana.

    goldengreyblue, dbzoomer, armdisǝno, and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. www.rockngadgetry.com 93 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Exotic Fruit, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    2. Eric Hunt. 93 months ago | reply

      Bixa orellana

      You have 75 tags - I was not able to add tags for the genus/species/family on this plant. =(

      Searches on Flickr do *NOT* search comments unfortunately. It would be awesome if you could put the scientific name in the title or description so others can find it.

    3. egle_k. 81 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Natural Dyes and Nature Colours in Decoration, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. Tuluum 79 months ago | reply

      Hello I'm the author of TriniGourmet.com and I'd love to use this photo in an article I'm writing on achiote... of course I'll credit you as the author :)

    5. Coffee & Vanilla | 416 Studios 79 months ago | reply

      I was always wondering how does it look like.... I have heard of it before as an ingredient in Goya Sazon.

    6. La_Nena 73 months ago | reply

      Achiote :) or annatto in english

    7. chefp09 45 months ago | reply

      Hi, I have used your image for an article about annatto. Hope that was cool. factoidz.com/herbs-annatto-or-achiote-history-and-nutriti...

    8. inthepotter'shands 21 months ago | reply

      So interesting! Nicely captured.

    9. Curiosity thrills. 3 weeks ago | reply

      Fabulous. Nicely presented too.

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