ASK A QUESTION Quiebra Barriga
Is anyone here familiar with the tree known in Spanish as Quiebra Barriga? Can you tell me if it has an English name?
Hi there! That plant is also called cajeto or nacedero as you already read! Greetings
Vernacular names: Aro blanco, nacedero, rompebarriga (Leonard 1951), nacedero (Tolima), quiebrabarrigo (Antioquia), cajeto (Ocaña), fune, madre de agua (Villavicencio) (Colombia); suiban, cenicero, (Bolivia); tuno (Guatemala); naranjillo (Venezuela); palo de agua (Panama); beque, pau santo (Brasil) (Perez-Arbelaez, 1990).
When I first read your subject, I thought this was going to be a question about a "belly buster" or some such thing!
However, out of curiosity I did a web search and I did find that this tree is also known as a "nacedero"; you probably already know that... I'm sorry, I could not find any English translation. It did seem to be some sort of a member of the orange family, but - once again - you probably already know that!
I'll be looking forward to reading other answers.