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Published In: Botanical Gazette 46(2): 111. 1908. (22 Aug 1908) (Bot. Gaz.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Dalbergia tucurensis Donn. Sm., Bot. Gaz. 46: 111. 1908; D. calderonii var. molinae Rudd.
Arboles, 5-25 m de alto. Folíolos 10–15, elliptic to lanceolate, 3.5--8.5 (--10.5) cm de largo y 1.5--4 (--4.8) cm de ancho, ápice agudo and apiculate (rarely some rounded to obtuse), base agudo to obtuse, the haz glabrescent, the envez with abundant, minute, tightly appressed hairs; estípulas not seen. Inflorescencias cimosas-paniculate, cortas, axilares, flores 4–5 (--7) mm de largo, sessile or pedicelos ca 0.5 mm de largo; cáliz 2–3.2 (5) mm de largo, sericeous with straight, appressed hairs, lobos deltoides, subiguales, el carinal atenuado equal to longer than others, el resto redondeados o subagudos; pétalos white, estandarte levemente reflexo; estambres 9, monadelfos. Frutos elípticos, 4.5–8 cm de largo y 1.5–2.5 cm de ancho, sparsely covered with minute, appressed hairs, estípite 5–10 mm de largo; semilla 1.
Rara, bosques caducifolios, nebliselvas, zona norcentral; 1300–1400 m; fl may, sep, fr oct; Moreno 24902, Stevens 17067; Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua. This taxon was treated in the published Flora de Nicaragua as the synonym D. calderonii var. molinae, and D. tilarana N. Zamora (mis-applied). D. tilarana has relatively larger inflorescences, ovary pubescent only on the margins and glabrous fruits.


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