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amai2ntree species with wax like sap that is used to join a spear to its handle. Papua New Guinea Lapome or calophyllumcalophyllum sp.1.5.1Tree

Piece of amaai bark, with sapamai2tree.sp

aamai sap used to join a spear head and spear handleamai2tree.sp

amaai treeamai2tree.sp

cutting in amaai bark to retrieve sapamai2tree.sp

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aroon1tree species which grows in salt water and is used for timber, commercial name amoora1.5.1Tree2floating log
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barabaranbig tree species with round leaves and thick white bark, commercial name bass woodendosperm sp.1.5.1Tree
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bedoro1cfaibi2nkwila tree, possibly a word borrowed from Kerewointsia bijuga1.5.1Tree
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bubuꞌiantree species of the mangrove cedar; a good hardwood for building and firewood; has a large round fruit that is no good for eatingsloanea sp.1.5.1Tree

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bubuꞌiatree.sp

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burion1rosewood treepterocarpus indicus1.5.1Tree2year, as the rosewood tree flowers in January, it is used as the word for year.Ata himioi moo oboi-re retoꞌa gaꞌu burio meree-kehi rautu goꞌu pirodaumoOne day I went out fishing with my wife and small two-year-old child.8.4Time

burio 1rosewood

burio 1rosewood

burio 1rosewood

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damurentree species, walnutdracontomelon dao1.5.1Tree
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dede-ubaunspecies of tree, yellow cheesewoodsarcocephalus coadunatus1.5.1Tree
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diomontree species for making canoes, as well as for producing oil, has long leaves and reddish wood, camphorcamnosperma1.5.1Tree
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domontree species1.5.1Tree
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dudurentree species with small leaves and soft wood, commercial name white or brown aibizia.1.5.1Tree
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duꞌindark, shadeKa Iora iha mea duꞌi pemaꞌai.And it gave Jonah very good shade. Baagi du'i-hato ohu'oi-ka.Bat only comes out when it is dark.Himioi hapuoi-ada iradi, ata hapuoi du'i-ka. The sun is shining on one side, the other side is in shadow.1.5.1Tree
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eburu1ntree species with round edible fruit, the size of an apple1.5.1Tree

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ekeplekeꞌeken1branchAaꞌo ruꞌai paha tiato-ka, ekeꞌeke beha-ka.That tree had no leaves, only bare branches.1.5.1Tree2hand (of bananas)
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ekeꞌekesgekenbranches and twigsRuꞌa ekeꞌeke ami'a gaꞌu-gaꞌu-gaꞌu-ha ruꞌa pahai rautu.And then some twigs together with some leaves.1.5.1Tree
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eriintree species with hard wood that makes long lasting canoes; commercial name Wau Beechelmerrillia papuana1.5.1Tree
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gahooHHLn1species of mangrovesyniiꞌa1reꞌe21.5.1Tree2fish trap with same shape as fruit from gahoo tree

gahoo 1mangrove.sp

gahoo 2fish.trap

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gare1ntu-lip (two-leaf) tree (Gnetum gnemon). Leaves and seeds are good for eating. Fruit changes from green, to yellow, to red.1.5.1Tree
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garuaentree species, has medium sized seeds that are not edible1.5.1Tree

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gaubuntree species, pink satin woodbuchania sp.1.5.1Tree
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gaꞌabintree species used for making canoes.commersonia sp.1.5.1Tree

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geaHMgeangum tree1.5.1Tree
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gomogomona variety of fig tree that can grow to 10m high, has sticky white sap1.5.1Tree
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goorocfapohopoohouburon1tree species with yellow flowers and brown fruit that is no good for eating. It has a light and slippery soft wood that is used to make floats for fishing, and toy canoes for children. The bark is used for making bags (apoho, haꞌo) and fishing nets (poho).1.5.1Tree2basket or bag woven from bark of gooro treeKiauka hioi-da ruu-ro tio-ra gooro-rai imotuti aiha pomahoro.And then she started to weave the mats and baskets.6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats

gooro 1tree.sp

gooro 1tree.sp

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guamaEngguavanguava tree1.5.1Tree
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