Aechmea Magdalenae
Andre ex Baker.
Pingwing (J); Pita (S) . The acid fruits are edible raw or cooked, better for making beverages. Fibers in leaves are used for making rope and methods for commercial production are being studied in the Choco.

EthnoBotanical Dictionary. 2013.

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