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Euphorbiaceae

Sclerocroton melanostictus

January 1, 2005 (, Updated )

Arbuste 3,5 m de haut, fruit jeune vert.

49.0° 26.0’ 34.0” N12.0° 36.0’ 18.0” W

Cynthia Hong-Wa

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Croton orangeae

December 9, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbuste 4 m de hauteur, DBH 6 cm, fleur mâles blanches, jeunes fruits verts, toute la partie de la plante a une odeur aromatique. ICBG #: Root: MG2881, Stem: MG2882, Leaf+Fruit: MG2883.

49.0° 23.0’ 0.0” N12.0° 16.0’ 40.0” W

L. Jérémie Razafitsalama

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Grossera perrieri

December 9, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbuste 1,5 m de hauteur, DBH 4 cm, feuilles âgées de couleur panachée de violet, jeunes fruits verts. (Phot) ICBG #: Root: MG2858, Leaf+Twigs+Fruit: MG2859.

49.0° 23.0’ 0.0” N12.0° 16.0’ 39.0” W

L. Jérémie Razafitsalama

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Euphorbia analalavensis

October 25, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbre 15 m, à ramifications terminales, tronc à écorce craquelée; partie terminale coralliforme; latex blanc abondant; fleurs par 3-7 à l'apex des rameaux.

49.0° 38.0’ 59.0” N13.0° 10.0’ 0.0” W

Martin W. Callmander

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Croton nudatus

October 22, 2004 (, Updated )

Buisson 1.5 m de hauter; feuilles pubescentes; fleur par 4-7 blanches, velues.

49.0° 52.0’ 0.0” N13.0° 18.0’ 0.0” W

Martin W. Callmander – Sébastien Wohlhauser

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Suregada adenophora

October 16, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbre 8 m couché dans les éboulis, réitération. Feuille entière alterne crénelée, tâche pellucide sombre sur le limbe, nervure principale claire; stipules caduques; jeunes rameaux verts, les autres gris; inflorescence en glomérule, 1-5 fl. par glomérule; disque découpé, étamines 14-20; sépales à marge velues possédant une glande centrale à fleurs blanches discrètes en inflorscence lâches; feuilles composées.

49.0° 32.0’ 59.0” N13.0° 13.0’ 0.0” W

Martin W. Callmander – al.

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Euphorbia physoclada

October 13, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbuste sarmenteux (Euphorbe coralliforme), 1.5 m de hauteur à ramification dichotomique. Latex abondant; fleurs jaunes, cyathium 2-6 par apex.

49.0° 32.0’ 59.0” N13.0° 13.0’ 0.0” W

Martin W. Callmander – al.

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Croton rusbyi

May 13, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbolito 2m; sabiaopaca; flores masculinas y femeninas verdosas. Orilla del camino.

68.0° 29.0’ 29.0” S15.0° 5.0’ 23.0” W

F. Miranda – Alfredo F. Fuentes

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Astraea praetervisa

February 19, 2004 (, Updated )

Arbusto com 2.0 m de altura. Folhas verdes discolores. Flores esverdeadas.

39.0° 2.0’ 5.0” S14.0° 58.0’ 38.0” W

Sérgio C. de Sant'Ana – J. Lima da Paixão – Paul E. Berry – Ricarda Riina – Benjamin W. van Ee

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Euphorbia tetraptera

November 16, 2003 (, Updated )

Branched trees to ca. 3 m tall, branches arching. Cyathia light green. DNA.

47.0° 17.0’ 5.0” N18.0° 11.0’ 49.0” W

Porter P. Lowry II

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Acalypha andringitrensis

November 5, 2003 (, Updated )

Sub-shrub on edge of rock outcrop. Male flower: perianth red; stamens cream. Female flowers: bracts green with green glands. Ovary red.

46.0° 53.0’ 22.0” N22.0° 8.0’ 11.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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EuphorbiaceaeAcalyphaAcalypha andringitrensisSpecimen Acalypha andringitrensis

Maprounea guianensis

November 5, 2003 (, Updated )

Mata 1,5 m; fruto inmaduro verde, despues rojo. En sabana montana y cerrados. No alcoholizado. Foto

68.0° 40.0’ 58.0” S14.0° 36.0’ 55.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – Narel Paniagua Zambrana – L. Cayola – Susan Whitehead – Ramiro Cuevas

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Euphorbia serpens

October 18, 2003 (, Updated )

Stems prostrate. Sandy, wet, exposed river bank with annual plants and a few willows.

90.0° 44.0’ 14.0” S38.0° 39.0’ 9.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Anomostachys lastellei

February 25, 2003 (, Updated )

Tree ca. 8 m tall, moderately branched above. Latex white. Fruits medium green. Photo.

49.0° 56.0’ 21.0” N15.0° 24.0’ 46.0” W

Porter P. Lowry II – George E. Schatz – Jullet Be

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Croton manampetsae

December 4, 2002 (, Updated )

Arbrisseau; 1 m de haut; odorante; parfumé; jeune fruit vert; abondant. NCI #: Root Q66V-8101-S; Stem Q66V-8102-T; Twig, Leaf & Fruit Q66V-8103-U.

46.0° 34.0’ 16.0” N24.0° 59.0’ 53.0” W

Richard Randrianaivo – al.

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Plukenetia brachybotrya

October 6, 2002 (, Updated )

Trepadora; fruto inmaduro verde. En orilla de arroyo

67.0° 58.0’ 15.0” S14.0° 20.0’ 56.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – Fabiola Torrico

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Acalypha diversifolia

September 30, 2002 (, Updated )

Arbol 2 m, flores y botones flrales verdes.

67.0° 57.0’ 39.0” S14.0° 21.0’ 25.0” W

Narel Paniagua Zambrana – al.

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Sapium marmieri

September 29, 2002 (, Updated )

Arbol 10 m, con secreción de abundante látex blanco, frutos inmaduros verdes

67.0° 57.0’ 39.0” S14.0° 21.0’ 25.0” W

Narel Paniagua Zambrana

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EuphorbiaceaeSapiumSapium marmieriSpecimen Sapium marmieri

Croton mongue

October 19, 2001 (, Updated )

Tree 8 m high. dbh = 10 cm. Underside of leaves and young stems with reddish brown indumentum. Floral parts light yellow green. Frequent in disturbed areas.

48.0° 56.0’ 56.0” N14.0° 9.0’ 42.0” W

Chris Birkinshaw – al.

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Croton chrysodaphne

January 27, 1999 (, Updated )

Tree 3-4 m tall with clear reddish exudate. Leaves medium green above, light silvery copper below. Inflorescence axes densely rusty copper pubescent. Male flowers cream yellow. Female flowers with light copper calyx, greenish white ovary, white stigma. Photo.

49.0° 37.0’ 8.0” N15.0° 22.0’ 59.0” W

George E. Schatz

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Hancea spinulosa

January 23, 1999 (, Updated )

Monoecious small tree 3 m tall. Leaves dull light olive green. Male flowers red. Ovary reddish green. Stigma bright red. Fruit dull red. Photo.

50.0° 27.0’ 23.0” N15.0° 16.0’ 22.0” W

George E. Schatz

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Manihot anomala

July 18, 1998 (, Updated )

Hemiparásita; flores pasadas.

61.0° 54.0’ 18.0” S20.0° 0.0’ 17.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – G. Navarro

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Pleradenophora tuerckheimiana

May 13, 1997 (, Updated )

River bed in forested valley. Tree 10 m tall; latex white; fruit green to brown. Plants field-collected in 70% isopropyl alcohol. Photo.

88.0° 54.0’ 37.0” S16.0° 29.0’ 30.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Croton hypochalibaeus

March 3, 1997 (, Updated )

Arbuste 4 m. Fleur mâle: 5 sépales brun ferrugineux et 5 pétales blancs poilus. Fleur femelle: 5 sépales bruns ferrugineux. Fruit brun.

48.0° 18.0’ 24.0” N18.0° 51.0’ 33.0” W

Pierre J. Rakotomalaza – al.

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Croton mongue

Common name: Mongina

January 5, 1995 (, Updated )

Tree 12 m tall; leaves simple, alternate, pubescent on both surfaces, especially beneath; ripe fruit pale green with brownish pubescence; collected N of Tsararano; local name "mongina".

47.0° 27.0’ 0.0” N21.0° 15.0’ 0.0” W

J. Randrianasolo – V. Bernardin

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EuphorbiaceaeCrotonCroton mongueSpecimen Croton mongue

Croton mongue

November 3, 1994 (, Updated )

Tree 10 m tall; dbh 12 cm; leaves simple and alternate; male flowers on distal three fourths of inflorescence, female flowers near base of inflorescence; flower parts tan; developing fruits tan; found near Tsararano.

47.0° 24.0’ 59.0” N21.0° 15.0’ 0.0” W

J. Randrianasolo – al.

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Croton myriaster

Common name: Mongina vaventiravina

August 2, 1994 (, Updated )

Tree 10 m tall; leaves simple and alternate; petals pale green; anthers yellow; several female flowers at base of otherwise male inflorescence; tan hairs on ovary; Vatoharanana trail AV 1645 m; local name "mongina vaventiravina."

47.0° 25.0’ 0.0” N21.0° 15.0’ 29.0” W

J. Randrianasolo – J. Marolahy

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Croton farinosus

March 30, 1991 (, Updated )

Shrub 1.5 m tall; corollas white.

46.0° 48.0’ 59.0” N25.0° 4.0’ 59.0” W

James S. Miller – Armand Randrianasolo

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Euphorbia alcicornis

October 10, 1990 (, Updated )

Tree to 8 m; stems ascending, pale grey-green; fruits erect, pedicel green, capsule deep pink.

44.0° 25.0’ 0.0” N24.0° 52.0’ 0.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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Euphorbia didiereoides

February 17, 1990 (, Updated )

46.0° 21.0’ 59.0” N22.0° 3.0’ 0.0” W

B.P. Du Puy – al.

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Croton chapelieri

October 25, 1989 (, Updated )

Arbre de 4 m; inflor. et pétiole pubesøcents.

47.0° 0.0’ 0.0” N24.0° 56.0’ 59.0” W

Nicolas Dumetz

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EuphorbiaceaeCrotonCroton chapelieriSpecimen Croton chapelieri

Omphalea oppositifolia

October 5, 1989 (, Updated )

Tree 8-14 m tall in creek bed; leaves somewhat clustered at branch ends, medium to dark green above, lighter below, thick & somewhat succulent; inflorescences pendulous if large enough, axis light green, the bracts greenish white, serving as a flag; pediø cel light green; sepals light green outside, whitish green inside; ovary, stigma white; flowers pickled; photo; Chrysiridia madagascariensis seen flutø tering about leaves and inflorescences.

49.0° 46.0’ 0.0” N15.0° 30.0’ 0.0” W

George E. Schatz

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Croton geayi

December 20, 1988 (, Updated )

Shrub to 1 m tall; male flowers pale yellow; female flowers green with black tinge.

46.0° 38.0’ 59.0” N24.0° 49.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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EuphorbiaceaeCrotonCroton geayiSpecimen Croton geayi

Euphorbia croizatii

December 7, 1988 (, Updated )

Shrub with numerous sparsely-branched stems; to 3 m tall; bracts green with light or heavy red mottling; leaves grey-green; on rocky ground near stream in open places.

46.0° 31.0’ 59.0” N24.0° 49.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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Euphorbia antso

November 1, 1987 (, Updated )

Tree to 15 m. Well-branded, with copious white latex. Leaves with mid-rib prominent below, veins just visible, not prominent. Terminal cyathium with 5 glands, lateral with two. Bracts pale white-green at base, shading to green at tips, primary leaf-like, secondary falcate. Glands yellow-green, lobes between glands yellow, body of cyathia green.

44.0° 38.0’ 59.0” N23.0° 39.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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Euphorbia tirucalli

October 28, 1987 (, Updated )

Common tree. Branches arising close together, stems terete irregularly white streaked, ultimate branches blunt. Fruits pendant, sametimes pink-red tinged, sometimes sparsely hairy. Glands yellow or reddish, stigma yellow. Pedicels red-brown.

44.0° 34.0’ 59.0” N23.0° 40.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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Euphorbia denisii

October 28, 1987 (, Updated )

Shrub to 1 m. Stems with white latex. Leaves bright green. Cyathia with dark red glands with green margins. Fruit (1)- 2-locular with thick dark red decurved red pedicel, green with prominant pink ridge running around outside. Style persistent.

44.0° 34.0’ 59.0” N23.0° 40.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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Excoecaria perrieri

October 4, 1987 (, Updated )

Tree to 15 m, uncommon. Young leaves bright green with reddish petiole venation visible but not praminent. Plant monoecious but female infl. apparently rare, male infl. green except yellow anthers. Fruit flattened, disc- shaped with attenate ends. Style persistant. Plant with white latex.

46.0° 18.0’ 59.0” N25.0° 0.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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Macaranga obovata

August 29, 1987 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m tall. Leaves clustered at branch ends, medium green above, lighter green below. Flowers green, pollen yellow. Latex clear, but outer portion of stem oozing reddish as well. Photo.

49.0° 7.0’ 59.0” N18.0° 51.0’ 0.0” W

George E. Schatz – William G. D'Arcy

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Hevea guianensis

Common name: Gaucho

July 4, 1984 (, Updated )

Tree 10 m tall; latex white; fruit green with reddish blush; local name gaucho.

66.0° 10.0’ 0.0” S0.0° 49.0’ 59.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – James S. Miller

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EuphorbiaceaeHeveaHevea guianensisSpecimen Hevea guianensis

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