Albert Aguilà explicaba así un partido difícil y otro, el siguiente, más difícil todavía. #SDLog #TeEsperamosEnLaGrada.
Alfaro may refer to:
Alfaroa hondurensis is a species of plant in the Juglandaceae family. It is endemic to Honduras.
Alfaroa is a genus of evergreen trees in the Juglandaceae family of the Fagales, growing in montaine and submontaine tropical rain forests in Central America. The wood is characterized by solid pith, pink heartwood, and vessels with scalariform perforations, as well as simple perforations.
Alfaro is a town and municipality in La Rioja, northern Spain. Its population in January 2009 was 9,883 inhabitants, and its area is 194.23 km².
Alfaroa costaricensis, also known as campano chile, chiciscua, gaulin, gavilán Colorado, or gavilancillo, is nut bearing timber tree in the Juglandaceae family. It is native to the Neotropics, from Mexico, through Central America to Colombia.
Alfaroa guanacastensis is a species of plant in the Juglandaceae family, first described from material found in the vicinity of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. It is known to flourish at altitudes from 2400 to 3700 feet.
Alfaroa manningii, or gavilán colorado, is a valued lumber tree of the Walnut family endemic to the premontane Costa Rican Rain Forest. The specific epithet honors the American botanist Wayne Eyer Manning.
Alfaro is a genus of poeciliid fishes endemic to Central America.
The knife livebearer is a species of tropical freshwater fish from the family Poeciliidae. It hails from Central America and is often kept in home aquaria.