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Click on any letter to see the list of themes that start with that letter.

 

3D rapid prototypers
3D rapid prototyper, Objet Geometries

A
 

Achira, Canna indica
Agriculture, beans of Highland Maya, especially K'ekchi'
Agriculture of the Mayan speaking people of Mesoamerica
Agriculture, food, milpa
Architecture, Chenes style, Santa Rosa Xtampak
Architecture, grass for straw thatch
Architecture, houses, thatch roof
Architecture, houses, thatch other than only palm fronts
Architecture, houses, corozo, corozal, cohune palm thatch roof
Attalea cohune, corozo, corozal palm tree, for thatching Mayan houses
Architecture, houses, drying corozo, corozal, cohune palm thatch before roofing
Ak, aak, native grass of certain eco-systems of Guatemala used for thatch including by K'ekchi' Mayan people
Architecture, houses, thatch roof
Amaranto (in Spanish), amaranth (in English), Amaranthus (botanical genus)
American Ink Jet Corporation (media for wide format ink jet color printers); Europe
Antiquities laws (it is against the law in Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and Mexico to smuggle pre-Columbian art)
Animal dictionary in Q'eqchi (K'ekchi') Mayan language
Archaeological Sites
Aguateca
Ceibal
Copan
Seibal
Tayasal
Tikal
Topoxte
Uaxactun
Yaxha
Asociación FLAAR MESOAMERICA
Programs
Activities
Attalea cohune, drying corozo, corozal palm tree, for thatching Mayan houses
AutoSafari Chapin, Guatemala
Auto Safari Chapin, macaws; a well maintained zoo near the Pacific Ocean, Guatemala.

B
 

Batata, Ipomoea babatas, edible root crop
Bats, Camazotz slicer bat, "killer" bat of Popol Vuh, bat statues, paintings
Ballgame, ballcourts, ballplayers (pre-Columbian Maya ballgame)
Architecture of Ballcourts
Ballgame decapitation ritual, Tiquisate style
Ballgame, more Tiquisate decapitation scenes
Mayan Basket making in San Rafael Chilascó
QTVR object movie (3-D virtual object, rotatable), Maya ballplayer figurine
Beans, frijoles, agriculture of the K'ekchi' Maya
Better Light large format digital camera system, closeup of scanning back
Bledo, the leaves of amaranth.
Bilbao area culture, Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa, Escuintla, Guatemala
Birds of Guatemala, Q’eqchi’ Mayan – Spanish – English dictionary translations
Boutique Hotels
Book Reviews
Biodiversidad de Guatemala by Enio Cano, Universidad del Vallle de Guatemala.
Digital Imaging Technology, Pearson and also Peachpit Press.

C
 

CalendarMaker software, use your pictures of Maya archaeology to make your own calendars at home on your computer.
Camote, Ipomoea batatas, edible root crop
Cacao, Chocolate
Cacao flavoring, magnolia
Calabash tree
Canna lily, Canna indica
Casa Lefebvre, Boutique Hotels
Cassava
Carludovica palmate, kalá in Q'eqchi' Mayan language
Canac, Canak, Chiranthodendron pentadactylon, manitas tree
Caves, Cahabon in Alta Verapaz
Caves, Candelaria
Caves, Yaxlik Cave, Alta Verapaz
Caves, Xibalba in Alta Verapaz
Camazotz, slicer bat, "killer" bat of the Popol Vuh, stone sculpture, vase paintings
Codex style vase with bat, VIGUA Museum, Antigua
Chama Maya ceramic art of Highland Guatemala (rollout of a rare all-glyph bowl)
Cocoyam, Xanthosoma sagittifolium
ColorSpan wide format color printer for exhibit quality photo enlargements without a darkroom.
d Colors are deeply embedded in Mayan Culture
Late Tiquisate vase with two snakes
Copan Altar Q, Honduras. Tips and suggestions in Photography
Copan, Honduras, image menu; additional version of the image menu
Copan, macaws at Copan Ruinas, Honduras
Maya sculpture from the Copan museum, Monkey Ahau; water bird as deity headdress
Copan bat from Copan Museum; Tlaloc from Sculpture Museum
Printing Scorpion Constellation deity from throne front, Copan Sculpture Museum
Copan QTVR (requires QTVR plug-in)
Copan, gateway to virtual objects, virtual ballcourt, virtual museums (village and sculpture)
Rotating Maya skull from Copan
Rotating Maya vase from Copan, local polychrome style
Rotating incised vase from Copan, Honduras, Central America
Corozo, corozal, cohune palm thatch roof, Maya house architecture
Corozo, corozal, cohune drying the palm before thatching roof roof, Maya house architecture
Crocodile sculpture, bedrock outcrop, Los Sapos, Copan, Honduras
Cygnet DVD-RAM and CD jukeboxes for storage of digital photographs
Cut-outs printers
San Rafael Chilascó, Mayan Basket
Chenes architecture, Santa Rosa Xtampak
Chinchines

D
 

Deer, white-tailed, meat, leather hides, antlers as tools
Deities, pantheon of precolumbian gods of the ancient Classic Maya of Guatemala
Curly Face, part of the Tiquisate Trinity (not to be confused with Palenque Triad)
Closeup detail of Curly Face panel from a Tiquisate cylindrical tripod
Jaguar God of the Underworld, lid handle of a Quiche urn, closeup.
Standing Jaguar God of the Underworld, cave incensario, Tabasco
Complex Jaguar God of the Underworld cave incensario, Tabasco
Closeup of the bust of Jaguar God of the Underworld, cave incensario.
Closeup of head of the Jaguar God of the Underworld, showing cruller between the eyes.
3/4 view of Jaguar God of the Underworld cave incensario from Tabasco.
Deity which shares many features with Jaguar God of the Underworld, Red Band Tepeu 1
Perforator paddler, one of the Paddler Gods
Various deities on image menu for Museo Popol Vuh
Maize God, Paddler Gods, detail on black background vase, Museo Popol Vuh
Desktop publishing
Recommended printers for desktop publishing (see Tally laser printers
Warning, what printers to avoid? Epson printers ink colors fade quickly
Dicomed Field Pro digital camera with Better Light adaptor
Digital Imaging Equipment
Don Udo's Hotel
DVD-RAM, the best and most cost-effective storage for digital images; DVD-RAM jukebox

E
 

Encad NovaJetPro wide format printer, Copan bat and Maya vase rollouts.
Eco-tourism
Encad wide format printer in FLAAR office, EFI Fiery RIP, laser printer.
Printing Scorpion Constellation deity from throne front, Copan Sculpture Museum
El Carmen, Hotel

El Peru Mayan ruins (Waka'), how to drive there from Flores (San Benito)
Epson ink jet printer, fade test (color fades quickly; we do not recommend Epson printers).
Problems, shortcomings, and excessive cost of ink and media of Epson 1520.
Etapas de Desarrollo de Theobroma bicolor
Ethnobotany in Chisec
Ethno-botany of flowers sacred to the Maya
Ethnohistory, of the Lacandon Maya

F
 

Flatbed scanners to scan 35mm slides and photographs

Ficus trees, amate bark paper
Fish of Guatemala, 
Q'eqchi' Mayan, Spanish, English dictionary translations

Food of the Maya, beans of Highland Maya, especially K'ekchi' agriculture
Food plants, recipes, cooking
FLAAR Digital Photography Workshop
FLAAR Staff in Guatemala
Flowers in Mayan ethnobotany, lecture available
Scitex, a professional quality scanner for photo archives.

G
 

GCC black and white laser printers for reproducing exhibit quality photographs
Gitzo G1348 carbon fiber mountaineer tripod
Glossary, Maya, Mayan, Mesoamerica
GPS Geo-Tagging
Grass for straw thatching of Mayan domestic houses

H
 

Haematoxylum campechianum, Palo de Campeche, Palo de tinto, logwood
Heliconia leaves wrap tamales and used as roof thatch in Guatemala
Herpetotheres cachinnans
Hero twins
Blom Plate
Hewlett-Packard DesignJet printers...print 36 inches wide, full color, in your own office.
Printing colorful posters with a wide format printer (textile prints)
Hotels, recommended hotels in Guatemala
Hotel in Antigua, entry || hotel room || view from room || general view || hotel grounds || grounds B || hotel bungaloo row
Hotels in Lake Atitlan, Panjachel area
Hotel Villa Santa Catarina, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Posada Schumann, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Hotel Terrazas del Lago, San Antonio Palopo, Sololá, Guatemala
San Tomas Bella Vista, Santa Catarina Palopo, Sololá, Guatemala
Hotels Boutique
Hotel Villa Grande, Chichicastenango
Hotels in Guatemala City, Hotel Ciudad Vieja, Posada Belen
Hotels in Santa Elena, central Peten (Flores, Tikal, San Benito)
Jaguar Inn hotel, Santa Elena, Peten
Hotels en route to Tikal National Park (Hotel Villa Maya, STP travel agency)
Flores, Tikal area
Hotels, recommended hotels in Honduras
Hotel Los Jaguares, Copan
Hotel don Udo's
Hotel El Carmen
Hotel El Sombrero Eco Lodge
Hotel Jaguar Inn Santa Elena
Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal
Hotel La Casa de Don David
Hotel Las Gardenias
Hostal Hermano Pedro
Hotel Santana
Hotel Patio Grande
Hotel Posada Caribe
Hotel Guayacan
Hotel Jungle Lodge
Hotel Tz' Alam Ha'
Hunting, deer
Hura crepitans

 

I
 

Iconography (see "Maya iconography")
Iconography, deer, hunting, sacrifice, sex

Insects were domesticated by the Maya: bess, cochineal and niij.
Itza, Lacandon Maya, and Mopan bibliography
Itzimte, a town in La Libertad Peten.
Ixil Mayan language

J
 

Jade art
Jaguar Inn, Tikal National Park (Peten, Guatemala) (for other hotels nearby see www.maya-art-books.org)
Jaguar Inn, a clean and safe budget hotel in Santa Elena
Jícara

K
 

Kaidan, QTVR object rigs (see also QTVR, VR Toolbox and other appropriate entries)
K’ekchi’ (Q’eqchi’) Mayan words for Birds
K'ekchi' (Q'eqchi) Mayan words for Fish and Shellfish
K'ekchi' (Q'eqchi) Mayan language words for mammals
Kodak Photo CD, why you should avoid this; never have your slides done on Kodak Photo CDs.
Konica Minolta 3D scanner

L
 

 Lacandon bibliography: Yucatec Lacandon and Chol(ti) Lacandon
 Lacquer-like material from the insect niij, used by the Maya of Guatemala and Mexico.
Laughing Falcon, Herpetotheres cachinnans, featured in Popol Vuh saga.
Las Guacamayas Biological Station, Peten, Guatemala

 Las Guacamayas Biological Station, how to drive there from Flores (San Benito)
Laser vrs. Inkjet.
Laser Printer Reviews.
Laser printers (see also, Lexmark).
GCC 11x17 oversize monochrome laser printers.
Color laser printers, 11x17, full-bleed, tabloid color laser printers.
Tally 11x17 color laser printers.
Lectures
Maya at the Playa
Maya at the Playa 2010
Sacred flowers, 4-petaled flowers,
 Lacquer-like material from the insect niij, used by the Maya of Guatemala and Mexico
Laurel
Lexmark Optra 1275n, color laser printer; sample of print quality on Weyerhaeuser paper.
Black and white laser printer (Lexmark Optra N monochrome laser printer).
Lexmark Optra R black and white laser printer.
Lighting (see photography lighting)
Links; links to Maya vase rollouts; index of links to www.maya-art-books (new_N_files_1999)
Logwood, palo de tinto, palo de Campeche, Haematoxylum campechianum

M
 

Macaws, Parrots and macaws in Mayan sculpture
Macaw iconography
Magnolia is flavoring for cacao, and is medicinal
Malanga, Xanthosoma sagittifolium (native) and Colocasia esculenta (not native)
Manioc
Manitas tree, Chiranthodendron pentadactylon
Maya archaeology and artifacts
Directory of museums of Maya art and archaeology in Guatemala
Pre-Columbian antiquities in the exhibits inside the Posada Belen
Mayan calendar and Mayan 2012 end of the world predictions
Maya ceramic art (see also "Maya vase rollouts" and also "Museo Popol Vuh")
Protoclassic bowl in snail shape, Museo Carlos Pellicer
Mammiform tetrapod (previously unpublished, to be in Hellmuth's new book)
Chama, regional style of Highland Guatemalan polychrome ceramics
Codex Style pot
Early Classic cache vessel
Maya ceramic sequence, example of Tzakol art
Mayan ceramic art, pottery burial urns at Popol Vuh Museum
Mayan epigraphy, primary standard sequence
Mayan iconography,Squash flowers and the squash vine
Mayan languages, Ixil
Maya Architecture
Maya vase rollout, Castillo Bowl, high resolution
Maya Ethnobotany
Achiote (Bixa orellana), annotto or annatto
Guicoy, squash, ayote, calabaza, pumpkin
Incense and other sacred resins
Lectures on Mayan ethnobotany
Mayan incensarios with ceiba tree spikes
Sacred copal pom Maya incense
Mayan ethno-botany as related to iconography
Maya Ethnozoology
Maya ethnozoology, especially of Peten, Guatemala, Belize, and Mexico
Feline spots, Maya iconography
Maya Ethno-zoology, intro
Maya iconography, especially as seen on polychrome vases and bowls
Blom Plate
Iconography of plants and animals
Deity iconography (see also "deities, pantheon...")
Females, women in Maya art
Castillo Bowl, 14 foot long rollout; detail of one of the figures, bat-man
Chama, rollout of an all-glyph bowl
Curly Face pot, on the turntable, with the rollout equipment in position
"Digital radar" to see through one paint layer to reveal detail below, rollout of incised vase
Two panels from a Tiquisate cylindrical tripod showing Curly Face (closeup detail)
Black-and-white rollouts from Lexmark laser printer (same image but larger)
Detail of rollout of Red Band Tepeu 1 bowl
Close-up detail of anthropomorphic flower (unpublished elsewhere)
Fine line incised vase shown in two rollout views from Adobe Photoshop, printed on GCC laser printer
Highland Maya vase rollout showing stylized toads or frogs (Museo Popol Vuh) on GCC printer.
Hun Hunahpu on gourd tree (here generally considered a cacao tree)
Links to Maya vase rollouts
Nebaj bowl, rollout, Museo Popol Vuh
PSS on inside of plate
Rollout of a Codex Style pot (unpublished elsewhere)
Rollout of the Paddler Gods, Museo Popol Vuh; detail of black paddler vase
Rollouts of two different Maya vases each with a different form of the Mat motif
Rollouts of two different vases which picture females, women in Maya art
Rollouts of two related Early Classic vessels
Tepeu 3 Terminal Classic, complex sceen rolled out plus pot from Museo Popol Vuh
Various rollouts of Maya vases including one from Museo Popol Vuh
Wide format ink jet prints of Maya rollouts
medicinal spice, Chiranthodendron pentadactylon, canac, canak, manitas
Mesoamerica, also differences beween Maya and Mayan
Mopan Maya bibliography: Yucatec Lacandon and Chol(ti) Lacandon
Morro
Molinillo, stirring whisk for creating a foam on cacao (cocoa, chocolate).
Mucbilha
Munsell color charts for archaeology and geology are still readily available
Multicam CNC routers
Museo de Arte Precolombino y Vidrio Moderno
Museo Arqueológico, Hotel Casa Santo Domingo
Museo Popol Vuh, Maya vase rollouts, Castillo Bowl, 1:1 size view
Museo Carlos Pellicer, CICOM (cultural complex), Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico introductory menu
Enlargement of Olmec mini-scepter
Enlarged view of Olmec figure with cleft head (possibly burnt jade)
Standing Jaguar God of the Underworld, cave incensario, Tabasco
Complex Jaguar God of the Underworld cave incensario, Tabasco
Closeup of the bust of Jaguar God of the Underworld, cave incensario.
Closeup of head of the Jaguar God of the Underworld, showing cruller between the eyes.
3/4 view of Jaguar God of the Underworld cave incensario from Tabasco.
Both Olmec figures in the Museo Carlos Pellicer
Image map (menu with links)
Information about the Museo Pellicer
Tiquisate cylindrical tripod, complete rollout
Maya ceramic art, Protoclassic bowl in snail shape
Museo Ixchel, indigenous Mayan textiles, Guatemala City
Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Anthropomorphic jaguar man flanked by skulls, on Quiche urn
Bearded character on incensario
Black background sacred canoe scene, closeup of Maize God and Paddler God
Castillo Bowl; 14 foot rollout of the Castillo Bowl; detail of one of the figures, bat-man
Frog vase rollout printed with GCC monochrome laser printer (probably Highland Guatemala)
The actual Curly Face pot, on the turntable, with the rollout equipment in position
Gateway and image menus for the Popol Vuh Museum of Maya art and archaeology
Hun Hunahpu on gourd tree (here generally considered a cacao tree)
Two panels from a Tiquisate cylindrical tripod showing Curly Face (closeup detail)
Late Tiquiaste vase with two serpents, Ilford Encad NovaJet wide format printer
Jaguar God of the Underworld, lid handle of a Quiche urn, closeup.
Jaguar and skull Quiche urn
Jaguar in enema ritual on Tepeu 1 bowl
Man from Mars," Chama area effigy head.
Mat motif, logo of the Museo Popol Vuh, on two different Maya vases
Museo Popol Vuh, Spanish colonial art
QTVR object movie (3-D virtual object, rotatable), Maya ballplayer figurine, 2nd version
Nebaj bowl, rollout
Detail of rollout of Red Band Tepeu 1 bowl
Preclassic Kaminaljuyu sculpture
Preclassic Maya female figure with punctate eyes
Quetzal bird cache container
Quiche urn, detail of a modeled skull
Rollout of the Paddler Gods
Terminal Classic, Tepeu 3, vase
Tiquisate, six rollouts including puffy fat character
Tiquisate cylindrical tripods showing ballgame decapitation
Various rollouts of Maya vases including one from Museo Popol Vuh
Naked woman dressing or undressing the Maize God
PSS on inside of plate, ColorSpan printer
Museo de Cultura Cotzumalguapa , Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa, Guatemala
Museums, Latin America, museum "make-over" program

N
 

Nebaj bowl, rollout, Museo Popol Vuh
Newberry Library, Chicago
Niij, Achi Mayan language for scale insect used for varnish, Llaveia axin.

O
 

Objet Geometries, 3D rapid prototyping for architectural models and archaeology
Olmec art, Museo Carlos Pellicer (state anthropology museum of Tabasco)
Enlargement of Olmec mini-scepter
Enlarged view of Olmec figure with cleft head (possibly burnt jade)
Both Olmec figures in the Museo Carlos Pellicer

Owl in Maya and Teotihuacan art
P
 

Palm thatch, Sabal mexicana, in Canal de Chiquimulilla area, Monterrico, Guatemala
Palma real, local name for Sabal mexicana, in Canal de Chiquimulilla area, Monterrico, Guatemala
Paper, reviews of paper for laser printers
Weyerhaeuser paper arriving in FLAAR office
Laser paper, Xerox
Participate in Maya Ethno-botany and Ethno-zoology field trips with Dr Nicholas Hellmuth
Peccary iconography
Peten Itza, diary of Andrés de Avendaño y Loyola
Photography equipment recommended for museums and field projects
Lighting (lamps for photo studios), Dedolights
Cool lighting (pro photo fluorescent lighting, North Light) as opposed to hot lights (tungsten)
Photographing Mayan Hieroglyphic inscriptions
Photography in archaeology and art history, Tips and suggestions
Platanillo, Canna indica
Popol Vuh, Laughing Falcon, Herpetotheres cachinnans
Popol Vuh manuscript, Newberry Library
Printers (see also Encad, wide format printers, American Ink Jet Corp, Lexmark
Sample of color laser putput (rollout, Lexmark color laser printer)
Pumice, , volcanic stone used to clean your feet, “from Zacapa”

Q
 

Q’eqchi’ (K’ekchi’) Mayan words for Birds
Q'eqchi' (K'ekchi') Mayan language words for mammals
Q'eqchi' (K'ekchi') Mayan words for Fish and Shellfish
Quiche urns, on image menu for Museo Popol Vuh; jaguar and skull Quiche urn; skull closeup
Quararibea funebris.
QTVR gateway (see also Kaidan, VR Toolbox, and other QTVR entries)
Aguateca QTVR
Yaxha QTVR
Copan QTVR
Tiquisate incense burner, various versions

R
 

Rabinal
Rabinal, Baja Verapaz, Guatemala, where niij insects are raised still today
Rollouts (see "Maya vase rollouts")
Rollouts, Castillo Bowl, Museo Popol Vuh, enlarged views
Rapid Prototypers
Restaurant, Tortas Mila

S
 

Sabal Sabal mexicana, house thatch, in Canal de Chiquimulilla area, Monterrico, Guatemala
Sacred Flowers
Santa Rosa Xtampak, a Chenes style Maya archaeological site
Los Sapos, bedrock outcrop, toad and crocodile, Copan, Honduras
Scanners, flatbed scanners, 35mm slide scanners,
What is wrong with theKodak Photo CD for 35mm slides?
Scitex, high-end scanners, ideal for slide archives/photo archives
Scitex EverSmart, professional flatbed scanner
Sinar Bron 4x5 camera, the camera used by professional photographers
Snails (freshwater)
Software at super cheap prices, for students and faculty
Sponsors, corporate sponsors, corporate benefactors, companies which have provided products
Squash flowers and the squash vine, Mayan iconography
Stone types used by the Classic Maya;Volcanic Pumise,
zzSupport Maya Archaeology
Sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas, edible root crop
Symposiums

T
 

Tally color laser printers (regular size and tabloid sized)
Tally 11x17 color laser printer setup at Francisco Marroquin University
Tamale wrap, heliconia leaves
Tapir, Tapirus bairdii
Tikal ruins, El Peten
Tips and suggestions how to improve photography in archaeology and art history
Taro, Xanthosoma sagittifolium
Thatching material of grass, not palm fronds
Thatch for Mayan house architecture,Carludovica palmate
Thatch for Mayan house architecture
Thatch for Mayan house architecture, Corozo Palm
Thatch being dried for Mayan house architecture
Theobroma bicolor, Etapas de Desarrollo
Thesis topics on Mesoamerican cultures
Tiquisate, a non-Maya area of the Costa Sur of Guatemala, Dept. of Escuintla
Ballgame decapitation scenes, Museo Popol Vuh
Ballgame decapitation similar to pot in Museo Popol Vuh
Curly Face, part of the Tiquisate Trinity (not to be confused with Palenque Triad)
The actual Curly Face pot, on the turntable, with the rollout equipment in position
Closeup detail of Curly Face panel from a Tiquisate cylindrical tripod
Tiquisate incensario printed with ColorSpan HiFi 8-color wide format printer
Supports of cylindrical tripods, decorated with designs often in local version of Teotihuacan content
Two interesting large Tiquisate cylindrical tripods at the Posada Belen museum
Tiquisate ceramic art at the Posada Belen: supports of cylindrical tripods, globular bowl, RE glyph on cylindrical tripod, candeleros.
Teotihuacan-style temple effigy completely preserved, in Guatemala
Late Tiquisate vase with the typical dark red color favored in Escuintla (vase pictures a late form of Tlaloc)
Rollout of diagonal monster on a cylindrical tripod
Owls in Teotihuacan murals and Maya art
Toad sculpture, bedrock outcrop, Los Sapos, Copan, Honduras
Tobacco, as a dye colorant for Mayan clothing
Tortas Mila, Restaurant

U
 

Uaxactun, El Peten

V
 

zzzVarnish, from an insect, niij, Achi Mayan language for Llaveia axin scale insect used for varnish
zzzVolunteer
Volunteer opportunities at the Museo Popol Vuh and FLAAR Digital Imaging Center to students who are seriously interested in archaeology and/or digital imaging technology, and volunteers to assist in research on Maya art, especially iconography and hieroglyphic inscriptions
VR Toolbox, ObjectWorx, SceneWorx, PanoWorx, software for QTVR

W
 

Waka' (El Peru), how to drive there from Flores (San Benito), via Paso Caballos

Webmaster, information on this site, miscellaneous philosophy
Weyerhaeuser paper arriving in FLAAR office
Weyerhaeuser paper used for color laser prints
Wide format printers (large format ink jet color printers)
Media, American Ink Jet Corporation, office in Europe
aminating wide format prints makes them look better in addition to protecting them
Wisner 4 x 5 inch, large format portable camera

Y
 

Yuca
Yautia, Xanthosoma sagittifolium
Yaxlik Cave, Alta Verapaz

Z
 

Z-Corporation Spectrum Z510 System color 3D rapid prototyper

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