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Search for FLAS accession number: 221235 Total specimen records retrieved: 1

Taxon Family (Engler) Accession #
Garrya fadyenii    Garryaceae FLAS 221235
ID history :
  • [Orig. id.:] Garrya fadyenii Hook.
    Collector/# : J. Richard Abbott  21010 [coll. with] Walter S. Judd, J. Dan Skean, Reuben Judd
    Date coll. : 9 June 2006
    Locality &
     label text
    : Dominican Republic: Prov. La Vega. Cordillera Central, 13.3 km S of Constanza on road to Valle Nuevo, then E ca 3 km on road to El Salto de Aguas Blancas. Elev. 1560 m Moist pine forest and ravine (along river below waterfall); with Pinus occidentalis, Calycogonium reticulatum, Miconia krugii, Tetrazygia crotonifolia, Lyonia stahlii, L. heptamera, Rubus niveus, Fuchsia triphylla, Oreopanax capitatus, Brunellia comocladifolia, Bocconia frutescens, Lobelia rotundifolia, Odontosoria aculeata, Myrica picardae, Gaultheria domingensis, Rhytidophyllum, Palicourea, Senecio picardae, Galium domingense, Pilea spp., Isachne rigidifolia, Plantago major, Turpinia occidentalis, Ilex spp., Euphorbia tuerckheimii, Phyllanthus cf. leptoneurus. Shrub to ca 5 m tall; mature fruits dark blackish. Lat. 1850'35.4-39"N Long. 7040'39-46.5"W Datum: WGS84.
    Notes : [Voucher ann.:] Fruits sectioned and photographed: Fruit morphology of Icacinaceae. 10 June 2011. G.W. Stull.
    [DNA ann.:] Small portion of leaf material removed for DNA analysis: Phylogeny of Icacinaceae. 10 June 2011. G.W. Stull. [Paleobotany, FLMNH]
    Images :
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