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Macradenia lutescens
"Macrademia lutescens is small and uncommon, blossoming in the dry season. It is an epiphytic species, meaning it grows on another larger plant or tree, without acting as a parasite on the host plant. Its flowers form in clusters and open simultaneously."
Keywords: Calendar Nalis -- Trinidad and Tobago; Calendars; Orchids -- Trinidad and Tobago; Orchids -- Caribbean; Orchids
Coverage: June 2013
Resource Type: Calendar
Format: jpeg
Part of the NALIS Calendar Collection


Mama D'leau
Mama D'leau also called Mother of the River is a beautiful woman with long golden hair. She sits on a rock by the river's edge and is the protector and healer of all river animals.
Keywords: Calendar Nalis -- Trinidad and Tobago; Calendars; Folklore Trinidad and Tobago; Mama D'leau; Maman Dlo; Mother of the River; Folklore
Coverage: January 2008
Resource Type: Calendar
Format: jpeg
Part of the NALIS Calendar Collection


Mama Malade
Mama Malade died in childbirth and her spirit searches the night for persons to take with her to the other side. The sound of a child crying in the still of the night is her cry.
Keywords: Calendar Nalis -- Trinidad and Tobago; Calendars; Folklore Trinidad and Tobago; Mama Malade; Folklore
Coverage: June 2008
Resource Type: Calendar
Format: jpeg
Part of the NALIS Calendar Collection


Maxillaria ringens
Enjoying uninterrupted growth is Maxillaria ringens, which is the older, Venezuelan name for the orchid originally known in Trinidad and Tobago as Maxillaria trinitaris. It commonly springs forth during the dry season at elevated altitudes in the Northern Range.
Keywords: Calendar Nalis -- Trinidad and Tobago; Calendars; Orchids -- Trinidad and Tobago; Orchids -- Caribbean; Orchids
Coverage: April 2013
Resource Type: Calendar
Format: jpeg
Part of the NALIS Calendar Collection


Maypole
Youngsters dancing the Maypole outdoors while dressed in pretty costumes of white, red, navy and yellow
Keywords: Calendar Nalis -- Trinidad and Tobago; Calendars; Dance--Trinidad and Tobago; Maypole; Dance--Caribbean Area--European influences; Folk dance; Dance
Coverage: April 2011
Resource Type: Calendar
Format: jpeg
Part of the NALIS Calendar Collection


Moral
Three girls play a game of Moral. This game consists of drawing a grid of eight squares on the ground and numbering them. Each player tries to complete the grid count by rolling and bouncing the ball without stepping on the lines.
Keywords: Calendar Nalis -- Trinidad and Tobago; Calendars; Outdoor games; Moral; Games we used to play; Games; Children's games
Coverage: December 2009
Resource Type: Calendar
Format: jpeg
Part of the NALIS Calendar Collection




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