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Published In: Ceiba 48(1–2): 61–63, f. 1. 2007[2008]. (30 Apr 2008) (Ceiba) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 4/21/2010)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 4/20/2010)
Changes: Taxon new to Flora

Conservation Calculations     (Last Modified On 4/20/2010)
Ecological Value: 2.45000
Num Project Specimens: 6
Newest Specimen Year: 1947
Oldest Specimen Year: 1947
Conservation Value: 19.21000
Conservation Abbrev: EN/VU

 

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Dalbergia agudeloi J. Linares & M. Sousa, Ceiba 48: 61. 2008.

Arboles, hasta 15 m de alto. Folíolos 11--15, ovados a elíptico-oblongos, 0.5-4 cm de largo y 0.3--1.8 cm de ancho, ápice obtuso a agudo, base cuneate to obtuse, tomentose; estípulas no vistas. Inflorescencias cimoso-paniculadas axilares from axils of very young leaves, flores 4--4.5 mm de largo, sésiles o pedicelos 1–1.5 mm de largo; cáliz ca 2.5 mm de largo, villous with tangled hairs, lobos subiguales, el carinal levemente más largo y angosto que los demás; pétalos color not indicated; estambres 9, monadelfos con el lado vexilar libre. Frutos y semillas no vistas.

Uncommon, zona norcentral, 1000--1350 m; fl jun-jul; Standley 9544, 10191; Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras y Nicaragua. Specimens treated here were mentioned as possibly Dalbergia glabra (sensu lato) in the published Flora de Nicaragua. Dalbergia glabra differs in being a liana, with leaflets and calyces with straight appressed hairs and ovary ciliate along margins (vs villose on margins spreading on flat surfaces.

 


 

 
 
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