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Published In: Publications of the Field Museum of Natural History, Botanical Series 8(1): 15. 1930. (Publ. Field Mus. Nat. Hist., Bot. Ser.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/3/2009)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 4/22/2010)
Changes: Taxonomy change

Conservation Calculations     (Last Modified On 4/22/2010)
Ecological Value: 2.45000
Num Project Specimens: 6
Newest Specimen Year: 2011
Oldest Specimen Year: 1903
Conservation Value: 27.57000
Conservation Abbrev: VU


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Dalbergia glabra (Mill.) Standl., Publ. Field Columbian Mus., Bot. Ser. 8: 15. 1930; Robinia glabra Mill.; D. campechiana Benth.; Amerimnon campechianum Kuntze; D. purpusii Brandegee; D. cibix Pittier.  

Bejucos. Folíolos 7--12, oblong, elípticos or obovados, 1--3.5 cm de largo y 0.7--2 cm de ancho, ápice redondeado, retuse or emarginate and apiculate, base redondeada a aguda, haz sericeous to glabrescent, envés seríceo, with minute appressed straight hairs; estípulas not seen. Inflorescences cymose-paniculate, small, axilares o algunas veces terminales, pedicelos 1–1.5 mm de largo, flores 4--5.5 (6) mm de largo; cáliz 2--2.3 mm de largo, with sparse appressed hairs, el lobo carinal linear-atenuado, los laterales y el vexilar más amplios, obtusos o subagudos y un poco más cortos; pétalos blancos; estambres 10, monadelfos. Frutos oblongos, 5--6.5 cm de largo y 0.9--1.4 cm de ancho, glabros, estípite 5–10 mm de largo; semillas 1 or 2.

Uncommon, Estelí and Matagalpa, 500--1000 m; fr ene, oct; Blandón 172, Calderón 203; Mexico to Nicaragua. The separation of D. glabra and D. chontalensis remains uncertain. In the published Flora de Nicaragua, D. glabra var. chontalensis was recognized for Nicaragua and the typical variey treated as expected. Specimens cited as D. glabra sensu lato (Standley 9544, 10191, 10211, 10338, 10400, 10531) are now treated as D. agudeloi. Dalbergia agudeloi differs in being a real tree with leaflets and calyces with tangled hairs and ovaries villous on margin spreading onto flat surfaces.



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