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Especie Spirotheca rosea de la familia Malvaceae

Mapa de ubicación de especímenes de la especie Spirotheca rosea de la familia Malvaceae.

Spirotheca rosea

21 de junio de 2009 (, actualizado)

Tree 8 m tall, with trunk 15 cm DBH. Trunk and branches with conical spines. Branches mostly horizontal. Calyx dark reddish. Corolla at anthesis is with "candy-stripe" coloration": the outer margin of the imbricate petals is reddish-pink, the center and inner margen cream-white. A couple of days after anthesis, the corolla turns uniformly salmon-pink and the petals are twised in a loose spiral. Anthers are also spiralled after anthesis. This species in locally quite common and may attain…

78.0° 29.0’ 42.0” S3.0° 47.0’ 11.0” W

David A. Neill – Camilo Kajekai

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Spirotheca rosea

22 de marzo de 2008 (, actualizado)

Tree 15 m tall, with trunk 20 cm diameter. Locally common on sandstone plateau. Branches with conical spines. Only one open flower seen on one tree. Petals pink or salmon-colored following anthesis. Petals twised. Calyx reddish, cupular.

78.0° 29.0’ 27.0” S3.0° 46.0’ 17.0” W

David A. Neill – Wilson Quizhpe

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Spirotheca rosea

21 de marzo de 2008 (, actualizado)

Tree 15 m tall, w ith trunk 20 cm diameter. Rather common locally. Conical spines on branches. Only a few old fruits with the central core attached to tree. Sterile voucher.

78.0° 29.0’ 53.0” S3.0° 46.0’ 23.0” W

David A. Neill – Wilson Quizhpe

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Spirotheca rosea

18 de septiembre de 2007 (, actualizado)

Tree 15 m tall, with aculeate branches. Nearly leafless when flowering. Cupular calyx green. Flowers pale pink or "salmon"-colored at anthesis. Petals at first green in bud, then turning pink before anthesis.

78.0° 38.0’ 43.0” S4.0° 8.0’ 35.0” W

David A. Neill – Christopher Davidson – Sharon R. Christoph – Wilson Quizhpe

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Spirotheca rosea

2 de julio de 2005 (, actualizado)

Arbol 10, tronco con espinas; flores rosado ocre, anteras amarillas; fruto inmaduro pardo rojizo. Foto.

68.0° 51.0’ 42.0” S14.0° 34.0’ 43.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – Evert Cuevas – Ramiro Cuevas – Cosme Cuevas – Victor Cuili

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Spirotheca rosea

30 de junio de 2005 (, actualizado)

Arbol 15 m; tronco con aguijones; flores rojizas; fruto inmaduro pardo verdoso. Foto.

68.0° 54.0’ 0.0” S14.0° 34.0’ 4.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – Evert Cuevas – Ramiro Cuevas – Dante Chambi

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Spirotheca rosea

26 de noviembre de 2000 (, actualizado)

Trree 6 m talll. Several individuals planted as living fencepost along road; also an older, larger tree nearby in corn field. Trunk and limbs with small conical spines. Generally leafless when flowering (leaves collected from tree with fruits). Flowers salmon-pink or pale flesh-colored at anthesis, later darkening to reddish tint. Petals and anthers spirally twisted. Fruits reddish-brown. Flowers visited at dusk by hummingbird, Urochroa bougueri, "White-tailed Hillstar". This collection is…

78.0° 23.0’ 9.0” S1.0° 23.0’ 55.0” W

David A. Neill – Canaday – C.

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Sinónimos: Ceiba allenii, Ceiba rosea, Ceiba salmonea, Chorisia rosea, Spirotheca allenii, Spirotheca codazziana, Spirotheca rhodostyla, Spirotheca rimbachii, Spirotheca salmonea y Spirotheca trilobata.

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