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Irving Vergara-Pérez

Bactris barronis

14 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

Palama cespitosa de 2-3 metros, frutos maduros naranja, botones florales con gran cantidad de insectos.

80.0° 38.0’ 57.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 38.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeBactrisBactris barronisMuestra Bactris barronis

Bactris hondurensis

14 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

palma cespitosa 2 metros, frutos rojos.

80.0° 38.0’ 57.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 38.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeBactrisBactris hondurensisMuestra Bactris hondurensis

Psammisia ramiflora

14 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

hierba epifita, flores con calis rojo, corolla rojiza con lobules blancos.

80.0° 38.0’ 57.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 38.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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EricaceaePsammisiaPsammisia ramifloraMuestra Psammisia ramiflora

Wettinia donosoensis

14 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

Palma 3-5 metros, raices fulcreas, frutos chocolatosos.

80.0° 38.0’ 57.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 38.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeWettiniaWettinia donosoensisMuestra Wettinia donosoensis

Bactris barronis

6 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

Palma cespitosa de 3-4 metros, frutos inmaduros.

80.0° 37.0’ 22.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 32.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez

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ArecaceaeBactrisBactris barronisMuestra Bactris barronis

Wettinia donosoensis

6 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

palma de 3-5 metros, raices fulcreas, frutos chocolatosos.

80.0° 37.0’ 22.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 32.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez

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ArecaceaeWettiniaWettinia donosoensisMuestra Wettinia donosoensis

Eugenia arrhaphocalyx

3 de mayo de 2015 (, actualizado)

Arbol 4 metros, flores caulifloras de petalos blancos y sepalos chocolatosos.

80.0° 39.0’ 0.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 59.0” E

José De Gracia – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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MyrtaceaeEugeniaEugenia arrhaphocalyxMuestra Eugenia arrhaphocalyx

Anthurium coclense

2 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Terrestrial herbs at base of slope along creek in primary forest, the stems to ca. 0.4 m tall. Petiole subterete. Leaf-blade subcoriaceous, concolorous, weakly glossy both sides. Midrib low-triangular above, U-shaped below. Primary lateral veins sunken above, convex below. Tertiary veins visible below and darker. Peduncle sharply pluricostate. Spathe green, deflexed. Spadix green.

80.0° 40.0’ 26.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 15.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Gordon McPherson – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Sumling Castillo – Luis Rojas

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AraceaeAnthuriumAnthurium coclenseMuestra Anthurium coclense

Rhodospatha moritziana

2 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Terrestrial plant on terrace near creek in primary forest. Petiole channeled above, C-shaped, the margins obtuse. Lamina subcoriaceous, moderately bicolored (yellowish green below), glossy above, weakly glossy below. Midrib sunken and paler above, U-shaped below. Primary lateral veins sunken above, convex below. Tertiary veins visible below and darker. Peduncle ochroleucous, subterete. Spadix dull orange. Common here, but just one fertile individual found.

80.0° 40.0’ 26.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 15.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Gordon McPherson – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Sumling Castillo – Luis Rojas

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AraceaeRhodospathaRhodospatha moritzianaMuestra Rhodospatha moritziana

Pholidostachys panamensis

2 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Solitary, terrestrial palm on slope near creek in primary forest, the stem ca. 1.5 m tall. Leaves ca. 2.5 m long, the petiole and lamina subequal. Pinnae 5-6 per side, variable in width. Inflorescences interfoliar. Fruits red when ripe, ultimately dark brown. Same species as MHG 13260.

80.0° 40.0’ 26.0” S8.0° 49.0’ 15.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Gordon McPherson – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Sumling Castillo – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaePholidostachysPholidostachys panamensisMuestra Pholidostachys panamensis

Calyptrogyne costatifrons

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Solitary palms in forest understory, the stem ca. 2.5 m tall. Inflorescences pendulous; rachilla deep strawberry red; ripe fruits black.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeCalyptrogyneCalyptrogyne costatifronsMuestra Calyptrogyne costatifrons

Chamaedorea lucidifrons

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Solitary palm ca. 2.5 m tall on terrace in primary forest near creek. Inflorescences infrafoliar; rachillae orange-red, pendent. Fruits presently green.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeChamaedoreaChamaedorea lucidifronsMuestra Chamaedorea lucidifrons

Chlorospatha croatiana

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Terrestrial herb on slope near creek in primary forest, the rhizome erect apically, curving and horizontal more deeply. Petioles with purple, reptilian mottling. Sterile collection.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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AraceaeChlorospathaChlorospatha croatianaMuestra Chlorospatha croatiana

Schlegelia fastigiata

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Long-stemmed, subscandent plant in tree over creek in forest. Leaves coriaceous. Pedicels and calyces violet. Corollas white, violet at tip.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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SchlegeliaceaeSchlegeliaSchlegelia fastigiataMuestra Schlegelia fastigiata

Bactris panamensis

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Cespitose palms in primary forest, the stems ca. 1.5 m tall. Fruits bright orange.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeBactrisBactris panamensisMuestra Bactris panamensis

Raritebe palicoureoides

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Shrub ca. 2.5 m tall along creek in primary forest. Leaves coriaceous. Corollas white. Ripest fruits yellow-orange.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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RubiaceaeRaritebeRaritebe palicoureoidesMuestra Raritebe palicoureoides

Synechanthus dasystachys

1 de septiembre de 2014 (, actualizado)

Cespitose palms on slope above creek in primary forest, the stems ca. 1 m tall. Leaves 7-8 in crown. Inflorescences infrafoliar, cream-colored (inflorescence apparently in male phase borne on same stem with infructescence). Ripe fruits bright orange.

80.0° 39.0’ 42.0” S8.0° 50.0’ 26.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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ArecaceaeSynechanthusSynechanthus dasystachysMuestra Synechanthus dasystachys

Euterpe precatoria variedad longevaginata

30 de agosto de 2014 (, actualizado)

Solitary tree ca. 6 m tall in primary forest near ridgetop. Crown-shaft green, ca. 0.6 m. Leaf-blades ca. 1.3 m, with 43-45 pinnae per side. Inflorescences infrafoliar; rachillae whitish. Fruits presently green.

80.0° 38.0’ 17.0” S8.0° 48.0’ 38.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Gordon McPherson – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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Philodendron squamicaule

30 de agosto de 2014 (, actualizado)

Appressed-climbing trunk epiphyte in primary forest, to ca. 2 m above ground. Cataphylls magenta, weathering to fibers. Petiole subterete, magenta toward base. Leaf-blade weakly coriaceous, moderately bicolored (tinged magenta below in young plants), weakly glossy above, semiglossy below. Midrib and primary lateral veins sunken above, C-shaped below, paler both sides. Tertiary veins visible below and darker. Sterile collection.

80.0° 38.0’ 17.0” S8.0° 48.0’ 38.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Gordon McPherson – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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AraceaePhilodendronPhilodendron squamicauleMuestra Philodendron squamicaule

Anthurium pageanum

30 de agosto de 2014 (, actualizado)

Growing among moss-covered roots of large tree in deep primary forest. Petiole channeled above, sharply triangular below, the margins acute. Leaf-blade coriaceous, moderately bicolored, glossy both sides. Midrib convex above, sharply triangular (proximally) to convex below. Primary lateral veins sunken above, weakly convex below. Tertiary veins obscure below. Peduncle deflexed, dull reddish, subterete. Spathe suffused with dull reddish, reflexed. Spadix green.

80.0° 38.0’ 17.0” S8.0° 48.0’ 38.0” E

Michael H. Grayum – Gordon McPherson – Christel Ramos – Irving Vergara-Pérez – Luis Rojas

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AraceaeAnthuriumAnthurium pageanumMuestra Anthurium pageanum