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Meaning of chinchinal by Rodrigo Caiza





Rodrigo Caiza

chinchinal
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In Ecuadorian mountain range, particularly in the province of Pichincha (I do not know if in the other provinces it is found) there is a tree of not very large proportions called Chinchin has a particular aroma, of yellow flowers, its seeds are in a pod that when dried when shaken produce a sound somewhat like a rattlesnake. I then deduce that the place populated by bedbugs is called chinchinal.

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