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Fabaceae

Erythrina chiapasana

March 16, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 10 m; in dooryard beside road; leafless. Calyx green to reddish-brown with tawny tomentum, fleshy, elliptic in X-section, with a blunt apical tooth on carinal side. Corolla red 6/7.5 Calyces pierced by nectar-robber - probably Diglossa baritula.

92.0° 24.0’ 35.0” S16.0° 39.0’ 36.0” E

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 12, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 4 m; leafless; with spines. Inflorescences erect; flowers at anthesis perpendicular to rachis. Calyx dark purple-brown, streaked with green, glabrous, fleshy, elliptic in X-section, with a blunt apical tooth on carinal side. Corolla B & K red 5/7.5 Many old fruits with persistent red seeds.

93.0° 19.0’ 47.0” S16.0° 43.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina pudica

March 12, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 4 m, leafless, with spines. Inflorescences erect; pedicels lax, so flowers at anthesis drooping, nearly parallel with rachis. Rachis and calyces with dense gray tomentum. Calyx (under tomentum) reddish-brown to green, broadly elliptic in X-section, truncate at apex with a blunt apical tooth on carinal side. Corolla pink (B & K red 7/5 to 8/5).

93.0° 19.0’ 47.0” S16.0° 43.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina pudica

March 12, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 4 m; leafless, with spines. Inflorescences erect; the pedicels lax, flowers at anthesis drooping, almost parallel with rachis. Rachis and calyces with dense gray tomentum. Calyx reddish- brown under tomentum, fleshy, elliptic in cross-section, truncate at apex with a very obscure apical tooth or knob on carinal side. Corolla pink (B & K red 8/7.5).

93.0° 19.0’ 47.0” S16.0° 43.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 7, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m tall; leafless, with spines. Corolla standard pale pink (B & K red 7/10 to 8/10). Calyx at anthesis dark purple-brown, somemtimes green at base, glabrous, fleshy, broadly elliptic in cross-section, with an apical tooth on carinal side. Pollinated by hummingbird Heliomaster constantii.

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 7, 1983 (, Updated )

Hybridizing population of Erythrina chiapasana and E. goldmanii. Elev. 3300 ft. Small shrub 1.5 m tall; leafl- less. Corolla standard pale red or pink (B & K red 7/7.5). Calyx very dark purple-brown, almost black; fleshy, nearly round in cross-secton; obscurely ridged longitudinally, with a blunt apical tooth on carinal side.

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 7, 1983 (, Updated )

Hybridizing population of Erythrina chiapasana and E. goldmanii. Elev. 3300 ft. Tree 4 km tall; leafless, with spines. Corolla standard B & K red 6/5. Calyx dark purple-brown, fleshy, broadly elliptic in cross-section, glabrous, obscurely ridged or angled longtidually, with apical tooth on carinal side. Fruit strongly constricted between seeds.

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 7, 1983 (, Updated )

Hybridizing population of Erythrina chiapasana and E. goldmanii. Elev. 3300 ft. Tree 4 m tall; leafless. Leaves picked up from ground below with prickles on main veins on underside. Corolla standard B & K red 6/5, with silvery hairs at apes. Calyx purple-brown streaked with green, fleshy, broadly elliptic in cross-section with an apical tooth on carinal side. Fruit strongly constricted between seeds.

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 7, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m tall; leafless, with spines. Corolla standard pale red or pink (B * K red 7/7.5). Calyx glabrous, streaked with dark purple brown and green, fleshy, nearly round in cross- section; with an apical tooth on carinal side; Pollinated by hummingbird Heliomaster constantii.

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Bauhinia divaricata

March 5, 1983 (, Updated )

Shrub to 2 m tall. Flowers white at anthesis, fading to pink; pollinated by hummingbird Chlorostilbon canivettii.

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

March 5, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 7 m tall; leafless; with spines. Bark copper-colored. Corolla pale red or pink (red 7/7.5) Calyx light green in early bud stage, turning dark purple- brown at anthesis, fleshy, nearly round in cross section; with a blunt apical tooth on carinal side. Fruit strongly constricted between seeds.

92.0° 57.0’ 35.0” S16.0° 42.0’ 36.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina tuxtlana

Common name: Pitillo

March 5, 1983 (, Updated )

First report of this species from Chiapas. Common name "pitillo" or "machetillo". Flowers pollinated by hummingbirds Heliomaster longirostris and Anthracethorax prevostii. Tree to to 15 m tall, 70 cm DBH; very spiny, large conical spines on trunk; virtually leafless when flowering; inflorescences erect; corolla standard B & K red 5/7.5 Calyx atanthesis red, minutely puberulent, fleshy, nearly round in cross-section, wider at apex than base; truncate at apex, unlobed; fruit at maturity…

93.0° 24.0’ 35.0” S16.0° 49.0’ 47.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina chiapasana

March 1, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m; leafless; with spines. Calyx reddish-brown to greenish-red; minutely puberulent, elliptic on cross-section; truncate at apex, unlobed. Corolla B & K red 5/5. (Leaves, on ground beneath trees, with bifurcate hairs beneath).

93.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 46.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina mexicana

February 28, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 20 m tall, 60 cm DBH, with straight bole, armed with spines. Leafless but leaves now beginning to flush (leaves from nearby juvenile tree). Inflorescences ascending, not erect. Now nearly at end of flowering season (was in full flower in October); very heavy fruit set. Corolla B & K red 5/7.5, calyx red 5/10, thin, chartaceous, more or less truncate or somewhat longer on carinal than vexillar side. Flowers drooping on lax pedicels, buds long; cylindric, not toothed. In mixed pine-…

96.0° 54.0’ 35.0” S16.0° 7.0’ 47.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina chiapasana

February 18, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 7 m, flowering abundantly; leafless; with spines. Inflorescences erect. Corolla standard B & K red 5/7.5 Calyx grayish-green, tinged with red at apex, elliptic in X-section, in bud with 5 apical knobs, but at anthesis essentially unlobed, truncate or obscurely toothed at apex on carinal side. Pollinated by hummingbird Eugenes fulgens; nectar robbed by passerine birds Icterus spurius and Diglossa baritula.

92.0° 24.0’ 35.0” S16.0° 30.0’ 0.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina goldmanii

February 16, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 4 m; leafless; with abundant spines. Inflorescences erect, glabrous. Corolla B & K redj 6/5. Calyx with green and purple-red longitudinal lines, fleshy, round in cross-section; truncate, obscurely toothed at apex on carinal side.

94.0° 15.0’ 0.0” S16.0° 21.0’ 35.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina pudica

February 16, 1983 (, Updated )

Multiple-stemmed shrub to 3 m tall, with spines, little secondary branching; leaf- less when flowering. Inflorescences terminal, erect pedicels lax. The flowers at anthesis drooping. Corolla very pale pink (B & K red 8/10). Calyx green at base shading to red-brown or purple-brown at apex covered with gray- ish tomentum; truncate; elliptic in cross-section.

93.0° 30.0’ 36.0” S16.0° 39.0’ 36.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina lanata

February 15, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 7 m tall; nearly spineless, leaf- less, bark thin, copper-colored. Inflorescences erect. Corolla and calyx with dense whitish lanate tomentum. Corolla pink (without tomentum B & K red 7/5; with tomentum red 8/10. Calyx dark purple-brown; truncate, with apical tooth on carinal side. Local population of 6-8 trees.

95.0° 12.0’ 0.0” S16.0° 13.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina lanata

February 15, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 7 m tall, nearly spineless. Leaf- less when flowering. Bark thin, copper- colored. Inflorescences erect. Local population of 6-8 individuals with variation in degree of lanate pubescence on flowers. This individual very sparsely lanate. Corolla pink (without pubescence B & K red 7/5), with pubescence 7/7.5.) Calyx dark purple-brown, elliptic in X-section, fleshy.

95.0° 12.0’ 0.0” S16.0° 13.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina herbacea

February 15, 1983 (, Updated )

Multiple-stemmed shrub 1 m tall; flower- ing branches, leafless. Corolla pink (B & K red 7/5); calyx green to greenish- red. Disturbed tropical moist forest - pasture, near transition to pine savanna.

94.0° 49.0’ 47.0” S16.0° 34.0’ 47.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina lanata

February 14, 1983 (, Updated )

t ree 9 m; leafless; with spines. Calyx & corolla covered with somewhat decid- uous lanate white tomentum. Corolla pink (B & K red 7/10 to 8/10). Calyx purple- brown. Fleshy, elliptic in X-section, truncate at apex with apical tooth on carinal side.

96.0° 6.0’ 35.0” S15.0° 43.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina lanata

February 13, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m, leafless; with spines. Inflorescences erect. Calyx and corolla with white lanate pubescence. Corolla pink (red 7/10 to 8/10). Calyx purple- brown, with apical tooth on carinal side and 4 smaller apical knobs; fleshy. Pollinated by hummingbird Heliomaster constantii.

97.0° 17.0’ 24.0” S16.0° 13.0’ 48.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina americana

February 8, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree to 9 m tall, 30 cm DBH, bark thin, coppery-colored trunk with large conical spines, branchlets with smaller spines; leafless; inflorescences erect, flowers perpenducular to rachis. Corolla B & K red 5/7.5, buds ascending. Calyx greenish at base shading to reddish- brown at apex or all reddish brown; fleshy, eliptic on X-section, more or less truncate or with shallow indenta- tions on carinal & vexillar side; calyces of fallen flowers with puncture marks on undersides probably…

96.0° 41.0’ 23.0” S16.0° 25.0’ 47.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina oaxacana

February 2, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 5 m, 35 cm DBH, much branched, essentially spineless. Bark thin, peel- ing. 5 trees near road and at edge of field, possibly planted. Nearby vegetation: Oak scrub with entirely leafless. Old fruits persis- tent on branches but seeds absent (inflorescences borne horizontally). Cuttings taken for propagation.

96.0° 24.0’ 0.0” S17.0° 0.0’ 36.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina herbacea

January 27, 1983 (, Updated )

Shrub 2.5 m, corolla pink. Calyx dark brown-purple.

95.0° 37.0’ 47.0” S18.0° 41.0’ 59.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina folkersii

January 27, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 4 m; spines nearly absent; leaves present when flowering. Flowers at anthesis deflected downward 45 degreees from rachis. Corolla red, calyx red. Common fencepost tree in region, not all individuals flower.

95.0° 17.0’ 59.0” S18.0° 23.0’ 59.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina berenices

January 26, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m tall; shade tree on coffee plantation. Nearly spineless; leafless when flowering. Inflorescence conical in appearance. Corolla B & K red 5/5. Calyx dull green in bud, changing to B & K red 4/10 with green lines. Setting abundant fruit.

97.0° 4.0’ 47.0” S18.0° 45.0’ 0.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina berenices

January 26, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree to 12 m, 1 m diam., armed with spines; leafless when flowering, save for sucker shoots. Corolla red. Calyx thick, subglobose, reddish with tawny tomentum. Several trees of similar size, aspect and floral form in village adjacent to road.

97.0° 2.0’ 59.0” S18.0° 45.0’ 0.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina americana

January 23, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree to 10 m tall, armed with spines, leafless. Population of 15-20 trees along dry wash below town. Also planted near houses. Tropical deciduous forest.

99.0° 7.0’ 12.0” S18.0° 51.0’ 0.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina lanata

January 14, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree to 6 m; locally common; armed with spines; leafless. Corollas pale pink. (B & K red 8/2.5). Calyx purple-brown (B & K red-purple 2/10) with green lines, fruit pendent; seeds red-orange, exposed, persistent.

103.0° 4.0’ 47.0” S18.0° 11.0’ 59.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina lanata

January 12, 1983 (, Updated )

Tree 7 m, 15 cm DBH. Bark thin, copper- colored, with thin lenticels and sparsely armed with spikes; nearly leafless, a few new leaves emerging. Corolla pale pink (B & K red 8/5 to 7/5). Calyx purplish-brown with whitish indumentum.

105.0° 2.0’ 59.0” S19.0° 30.0’ 0.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina gibbosa

September 11, 1981 (, Updated )

Tree 5m. tall, armed with abundant spines. Exocarp of fresh fruits purplish-red; fruits shrivel and coil upon drying. Seeds remain soft, sometimes viviparous and sprouting white fruits still on tree; seeds attacked by Lepidoptera larvae and beetles. Flowers and leaves not present. Trees were present in abandoned pasture before establishment of Garden.

82.0° 57.0’ 0.0” S8.0° 47.0’ 23.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina costaricensis

September 11, 1981 (, Updated )

Tree 6m. tall, grown as living fencepost; seen sporadically around San Vito. Calyx and corolla red-orange. Calyx cigar-shaped, glabrous, distinctly bilobed. Leaves present when flowering. Pollinated by hummingbird Heliomaster longirostris; nectar-robbed by Phaechroa cuvierii.

82.0° 57.0’ 0.0” S8.0° 47.0’ 23.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina cochleata

September 11, 1981 (, Updated )

Tree to 25 m tall, planted as living fencepost along road. Leaves now beginning to flush. Inflorescences erect; flowers borne horisontally. Corolla red; calys green tinged with red; calyx-lobes extending as ridges to base of calyx. Floral buds fixed for chromosome count; seeds collected for alkaloid analysis.

84.0° 7.0’ 52.0” S10.0° 24.0’ 13.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina globocalyx

August 14, 1981 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m tall, growing in living fencecrow (mature trees to 25 m in vicinity). Some leaves present while flowering, but crowns of large trees leafless. Calyx and corolla red; calyx fleshy, globose. Pollinated principally by territorial hummingbirds Campylopterus hemileucurus and Eugenes fulgens.

83.0° 57.0’ 35.0” S9.0° 59.0’ 17.0” E

David A. Neill

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Erythrina gibbosa

July 25, 1981 (, Updated )

Shrub to 3m. tall, in wet pasture cleared from lower montane rain forest. Flowering branches leafless; flowers borne horizontally; corolla and calyx red; calyx gibbous.

84.0° 45.0’ 36.0” S10.0° 17.0’ 23.0” E

David A. Neill

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Hymenaea courbaril

May 11, 1975 (, Updated )

85.0° 31.0’ 0.0” S12.0° 22.0’ 59.0” E

David A. Neill

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Chamaecrista diphylla

June 11, 1973 (, Updated )

Edge of road; flowers yellow locally common.

88.0° 19.0’ 35.0” S16.0° 56.0’ 44.0” E

Thomas B. Croat

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Inga pezizifera

June 9, 1970 (, Updated )

Tree 16 m; fls. green; anthers white.

79.0° 50.0’ 29.0” S9.0° 9.0’ 44.0” E

Thomas B. Croat

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Dalbergia chapelieri

October 26, 1919 (, Updated )

Arbre, 15 m de haut, dbh 35 cm, phf 122, tronc beige. Stérile. Collections associées: feuille en gel de silice, feuille pour morphométrie, morceaux de branches, bloc de tronc, carottes, photos.

47.0° 5.0’ 24.0” N24.0° 8.0’ 59.0” W

Sandratra A.F. Andrianarivelo – Richard Razakamalala

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