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Published In: Phytologia 1(14): 455–456. 1940. (Phytologia) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/3/2009)
Acceptance : Accepted
Conservation Calculations     (Last Modified On 6/3/2009)
Ecological Value: 2.50000
Num Project Specimens: 41
Newest Specimen Year: 2019
Oldest Specimen Year: 1930
Conservation Value: 93.08000
Conservation Abbrev: LC

 

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Stachytarpheta calderonii Moldenke, Phytologia 1: 455. 1940.

Hierbas erectas de hasta 1 m de alto, frecuentemente suculentas con tallos abultados, tallos generalmente glabros o con tricomas en los nudos, tallos jóvenes a veces con tricomas dispersos. Hojas oblanceoladas, 4.5–10 (–12) cm de largo (incluyendo al pecíolo) y (0.7–) 1–3 cm de ancho, ápice agudo o agudo and ultimately redondeado, base atenuada, margen serrado, haz densely and minutely scabrous- puberulent, the trichomes often not visible at 20x, but rough to the touch, also sometimes with pocos larger tricomas dispersos, envés con tricomas restringidos a los nervios. Inflorescencia 9–40 cm de largo y 3–5 mm de ancho, glabra, brácteas lanceoladas u ovadas, 6–8 mm de largo y 1.5–2.5 mm de ancho, ápice acuminado o aristado, margin entire or less frequently erose, minutely serrulate or minutely ciliate; cáliz 6–8 (–9) mm de largo, glabrous or minutely scabrous-puberulent apically, sometimes with slightly longer trichomes on the margins of the lobes, apically 2-lobado, the lobes entire or weakly bifid, sin dientes observables or central longitudinal ribs; corola azul, lila o morada. Fruto 4 mm de largo.

Común, en zonzocuitales alrededor de los lagos, zonas pacífica y norcentral; 30–500 (–900) m; fl ago–ene, fr ago–oct; Nee 27667, Stevens 14660; El Salvador a Costa Rica.

 


 

 
 
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