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Published In: Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 13(1): 96, 102. 1821. (Trans. Linn. Soc. London) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/1/2015)
Item State : Description complete
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/10/2015)
Estatus: Introducido, Naturalizada, Cultivada
Life Form: Árbol, Arbolito
Tropicos Lookup Reference:
Flora Index Page Info: 2(3)-{22}
ContributorText: F.R. Barrie
Contributor: F.R. Barrie
PDF: http://www.tropicos.org/docs/meso/rosaceae.pdf


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5. Eriobotrya Lindl.

Por F.R. Barrie.

Árboles o arbustos. Hojas persistentes, alternas, simples, cortamente pecioladas a subsésiles, las nervaduras prominentes, los márgenes gruesamente dentados; estípulas triangulares a lanceoladas. Inflorescencias en panículas terminales compuestas, el pedúnculo, los pedicelos y las brácteas densamente tomentosas o lanosas. Flores 5-meras; estambres 20; ovario ínfero; carpelos 2-5, connatos; estilos connatos en la base. Frutos en pomos carnosos; semillas 1 o 2, grandes. 10 spp. Nativo del este de Asia, 1 sp. cultivada y naturalizada en Mesoamérica.

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