APEIBA TIBOURBOU PDF

Name, Status, Confidence level, Source, Date supplied. Apeiba cimbalaria Arruda, Synonym, M, WCSP (in review), Apeiba hirsuta Lam. Synonym. Apeiba tibourbou Aubl. Search in The Plant List Search in IPNI Search in Australian Plant Name Index Search in NYBG Virtual Herbarium Search in Muséum. PDF | Apeiba tibourbou is a common species found in the rainforests of South America. The aim of the present work is to determine the most.

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Scarce in mature tibourvou, only in natural clearings, but widespread, occurring from Panama City to the wetter montane ridges of the Caribbean coast. Stunning photographs of each species, brief details on the plant, its uses and how to grow it from seed. Occasionally in the forest, it grows straight, to m tall.

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Tree Atlas of Panama Description: Tronco con la corteza exterior gris y con lenticelas negras. Looking into the canopy of a large, forest tree Photograph by: Gives lots of plant uses as well as information on plant habit and habitat.

Leaves are large, alternate, finely toothed, arranged in a flat plane and spaced regularly along the branches. Florece y fructifica de mayo a enero.

Fruits are dry capsules densely covered with soft green spines. Flowers mainly in the rainy season May to Decemberalthough a few flowers are seen all year. Frequent in the forest.

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Capsules depressed-globose to globose, to 8 cm diam including bristlesdensely covered with bristles, the bristles long, flexible, stout, to 1. Abundant tree of abandoned farms and grasslands, for instance, along the Summit Golf Course, where tiborbou forms dense stands m tall.

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The Flora of Barro Colorado Island by Thomas Croat Tree, 30 m tall, ca 25 cm dbh; outer bark thin, weakly fissured; inner bark white to tan with granular areas interspersed with round pockets containing thick sap; pubescence ferruginous, both long simple trichomes and shorter stellate trichomes on stems, petioles, lower midribs, axes of inflorescences, and calyces.

There are three main veins arising together from the leaf base. Panicles to 11 cm long, opposite leaves; pedicels to 1. Leaves in a flat plane, with 3 prominent palmate veins, are good characters. Base of the trunk Photograph by: Log In New Account Sitemap. Small tree, often branched tiborbou ground, with broad crown just above ground and long, hanging branches.

The bark is used locally for making cord, and oil is rendered from the small seeds.

Often mentions if the fruit is edible, plus apeibw brief description of habit and habitat. A superb work, with the minor irritation that the translation from Portuguese is not of the best.

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Ripe fruits, strung together Photograph by: Tree, 30 m tall, ca 25 cm dbh; outer bark thin, weakly fissured; inner bark white to tan with granular areas interspersed with round pockets containing thick sap; pubescence ferruginous, both long simple trichomes and tibourbku stellate trichomes on stems, petioles, lower midribs, axes of inflorescences, and calyces.

The light wood is used locally for making rafts, posts, boxes, or as paper pulp, but not sold commercially. Leaves fall in the dry season and new leaves are seen in the early rainy season. Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern. Mature fruit, opened to show the seed Photograph by: Las semillas contienen aceite empleado como brillantina para el cabello.

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Close-up of the seeds Photograph by: Year ISBN Description Terse descriptions of over 1, species from the Guianas that bear fruits – not necessarily edible! Flowers are aapeiba, flat, star-shaped, with pointed petals, cm across, produced throughout the wet season. Now containing plants.