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Table 1 Characteristics of selected local woody species

From: Knowledge and valuation of Andean agroforestry species: the role of sex, age, and migration among members of a rural community in Bolivia

# Species Vernacular name Family Life-form Origin
1 Baccharis dracunculifolia DC. T’ola Asteraceae Shrub Native
2 Berberis commutata Eichler Churisik’e Berberidaceae Shrub Native
3 Buddleja coriacea Remy Kishuara Buddlejaceae Tree Native (cultivated)
4 Clinopodium bolivianum (Benth.) Kuntze Chini muña, muña Lamiaceae Subshrub Native
5 Eucalyptus globulus Labill. Eucalipto, kalisto Myrtaceae Tree Exotic
6 Gynoxys psilophylla Klatt K’apa towi, loma towi, k’apa k’apa Asteraceae Tree Native
7 Kaunia saltensis (Hieron.) R.M. King & H. Rob. (Jaya) towi Asteraceae Shrub Native
8 Lepechinia graveolens (Regel) Epling Raqacho, raga raga Lamiaceae Shrub Native
9 Minthostachys ovata (Briq.) Epling K‘oa muña, muña Lamiaceae Subshrub Native
10 Polylepis subtusalbida (Bitter) M. Kessler & Schmidt-Leb. Kewiña, queñua Rosaceae Tree Native
11 Prosopis laevigata (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) M.C. Johnst. Thaqo, algarrobo Leguminosae Tree Native
12 Sambucus peruviana Kunth Sauco Caprifoliaceae Tree Exotic
13 Schinus molle L. Molle Anacardiaceae Tree Native
14 Senna aymara H.S. Irwin & Barneby Motocho, motochila Leguminosae Shrub Native
  1. Selection based on species’ high integrated plant values: ecological (EV), economic (RI), and sociocultural (ICI) plant values, and high ecological apparency (IV) (provided in Brandt et al. [4]).