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Songs about Excelsa:
La Cruz Excelsa by Albanza Y Adoracion from the Album Himnos De Inspiración
Bertholletia Excelsa (Brazil Nut) by Tim Renwick from the Album Privateer
Al Contemplar La Excelsa Cruz by Letty Guval from the Album His Name Is Jesus / Su Nombre Es Jesús
Al Contemplar La Excelsa Cruz by Nahomy from the Album Dependo De Ti
Bertholletia Excelsa (Acoustic Reprise) by Tim Renwick from the Album Privateer
El Niño Judío: "¡Bowanhia! Diosa excelsa del martirio" by Joaquín Portillo Gerardo Monreal from the Album La Zarzuela: El Niño Judío
Excelsa civitas Vincencia by La Reverdie from the Album Voyage en Italie
Books about Excelsa:
Isabel d'Aragão a Rainha Santa Historia sucinta da sua vida, morte e excelsas virtudes (Portuguese Edition) by Anonymous (Mar 25, 2011)
Emulsões de Pickering: Obtenção e caracterização contendo óleo de Bertholletia excelsa H.B.K (Portuguese Edition... by Marcos Antonio Pena Muniz, José Otávio C. Silva Júnior and Roseane Maria Ribeiro Costa (Sep 9, 2014)
Activity of three cytotoxic isoflavonoids from Erythrina excelsa and Erythrina senegalensis (neobavaisoflavone... by Victor Kuete, Louis P. Sandjo, Guy M.N. Kwamou and Benjamin Wiench (Jun 12, 2014)
Maxpedition Excelsa.(GUNNYSACK): An article from: American Handgunner by Roy Huntington (Jan 15, 2014)
Variations in the pollen grain of Picea excelsa by James Barkley Pollock (Jan 1, 1906)
Excelsa. Journal of the Aloe, Cactus and Succulent Society of Rhodesia. No. 7. by Michael J. ed. KIMBERLEY (1978)
Excelsa: Journal of the Aloe, Cactus and Succulent Society of Rhodesia No. 1 by Michael, Editor Kimberley (1971)
Wiki information Excelsa:
Metrosideros excelsa is a coastal evergreen tree in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae, that produces a brilliant display of red flowers made up of a mass of stamens. The pōhutukawa is one of twelve Metrosideros species endemic to New Zealand. Renowned for...
Rhapis excelsa also known as Broadleaf Lady Palm is a species of fan palm in the genus Rhapis, probably native to southern China and Taiwan. It is not known in the wild; all known plants come from cultivated groups in China. They were first collected...