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The Shipibo use a variety of seeds from native plants in their jewelry making. These include some of the following plants: Huayruro macho (Ormosia amazonica, red/black) and Huayruro hembra (Ormosia macrocalyx, red) - both traditionally used to promote good health and bring good luck; Rosario (Coix lacryma jobi), resembling rosary beads; Pashaquilla (Leucaena leucocephala), brown, flat, teardrop-shape; Ojo de Vaca (Mucuna rostrata), large, brown, and round, like the eye of a cow; Choloque (Sapindus sapanaria), round and black; Achira (Canna sp.), small, brown, and flat; and Shacapa (Pariana sp), light brown and triangular. Also occasionally used are pirhana jaws and teeth of alligators known as lezardos; used to bring strength.
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