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Published In: Botanische Zeitung (Berlin) 37(5): lxi, 68. 1880. (1880 prim.) (Bot. Zeitung (Berlin)) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 10/10/2018)
Acceptance : Accepted
Species profile     (Last Modified On 11/25/2019)
Typical Adult Height Range (m): >12
Exceptional Height (m) [Note: often only attained in more mesic conditions]: 30
Life Form: Monocot Tree
Habitat(s): Canyons, Watercourses, Freshwater Wetlands
Substrate(s): Sandy, Loamy, Rocky
Global Regions of Occurrence: North America
- Geographic Range: sw USA, nw Mexico
Single-country Endemic: No
IUCN Redlist Category: NT (Near Threatened)
Lifespan: Long (200-500 years)
Tolerance(s): Salinity
Uses: Ornamental



Specimens whose coordinates are enclosed in square brackets [ ] have been mapped to a standard reference mark based on political units.
  • South America     
    • Bolivia La Paz, Murillo: 3300 m, 16°31'00"S 068°08'00"W, 15 August 1986, James C. Solomon 15491 (LPB, MO)
    • Colombia Antioquia, Medellín: 1500 m, 30 Noviembre 1936, Jaramillo 888 (MEDEL)
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