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Thymelaeaceae

Gnidia humbertii

May 17, 2004 (, Updated )

Highly branched subshrub 25-30 cm. Leaves sericeous. Bracts 4-5, erect. Hypanthium yellow, petals minute or absent, anthers yellow. Photo. Silica gel.

45.0° 18.0’ 6.0” N22.0° 38.0’ 14.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Octolepis dioica

April 27, 2004 (, Updated )

Small tree 3.5 m tall. Flower buds green, reddish at apex, pedicel red. Staminate flowers with a light green calyx, some lobes red-tinged. Stamen filaments and petaloid appendages greenish-yellow. Anthers yellowish-brown. Filamentous trichomes inside flower pinkish. Pistillode yellow.

47.0° 23.0’ 47.0” N21.0° 14.0’ 11.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Gnidia bojeriana

March 3, 2003 (, Updated )

Shrub 1.2 m. Young shoots light greyish-brown. Leaves light green, covered with silver trichomes, midrib lighter below and raised, slightly depressed above. Inflorescences pendent, bracts greenish-yellow, spreading and becoming more reflexed and revolute with age. Flowers sweetly-scented, borne on light green pedicels, hypanthium yellowish-green, lobes yellow, notched at apex, petals lighter than lobes, anthers yellow, style yellow. Older flowers becoming orangish-red near time of separation…

47.0° 21.0’ 56.0” N18.0° 57.0’ 9.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Octolepis dioica

February 6, 2003 (, Updated )

Tree 12 m. DBH=15 cm. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 16.0’ 40.0” N18.0° 10.0’ 8.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Gnidia gnidioides

February 6, 2003 (, Updated )

Single erect stem to 80 cm tall. Sparsely-branched. Bark reddish-orange, striate. Leaves light green. Inflorescence bracts greenish-brown. Flowers light reddish-brown. Full sun. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 16.0’ 58.0” N18.0° 11.0’ 53.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Peddiea involucrata

February 6, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 3 m. Fruits bright red. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 16.0’ 40.0” N18.0° 10.0’ 8.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Stephanodaphne pilosa

January 31, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 3.4 m. DBH=3.2 cm. Leaves dark green above, light green below and covered with reddish-golden hairs. Bract light green. Flowers white, annulus white, anthers yellow. Mature fruits white and rather fleshy, covered with golden hairs. (alcohol sample + photo)

46.0° 51.0’ 41.0” N24.0° 45.0’ 54.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Octolepis ibityensis

January 20, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 2 m. Bark greyish-brown. Leaves dark green above, light green below. Terminal buds densely covered with silver trichomes. (silica gel)

47.0° 0.0’ 11.0” N20.0° 4.0’ 14.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Octolepis ibityensis

January 20, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 3 m. DBH=8 cm. Leaves light green above, lighter green below. Bark greyish-brown. Flower buds dark brownish-green. (alcohol sample + photo)

47.0° 0.0’ 10.0” N20.0° 4.0’ 24.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Octolepis ibityensis

January 20, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 2.5 m. DBH=8 cm. Bark greyish brown. Petioles and peduncles becoming "woody". Leaves spirally arranged, light green above, lighter green below. Fruit light green and covered with fine silver trichomes. Persistent calyx green. Petals dry and brown in fruit. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 0.0’ 10.0” N20.0° 4.0’ 24.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Gnidia danguyana

January 19, 2003 (, Updated )

Shrub 2 m. Leaves light green above, lighter green below. Hypanthium bright yellow, anthers orange, ovary greenish-yellow, style yellow, stigma green. Fruits brown. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 42.0’ 28.0” N23.0° 10.0’ 22.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Stephanodaphne cuspidata

January 19, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 3 m. Leaves light green above, darker green below. Hypanthium yellowish-green. Adaxial surface of sepals white, annulus white, quickly becoming black with age. Anthers yellow. Ovary yellow, style white. Fruit greenish yellow and covered with silver pubescence. Small black ants observed crawling inside flowers. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 43.0’ 18.0” N23.0° 0.0’ 38.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Octolepis dioica

January 17, 2003 (, Updated )

Tree 6 m. Leaves dark green above, light green below. Persistent calyx green. Immature fruits green, old fruits yellowish-green. Fruits covered with golden hairs. Raised septal wall. Locally common and associated with Weinmannia, Eugenia, Ocotea & Syzygium. Collected about 10-15 m from ZR 65, about 5 m from ZR 63. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 23.0’ 47.0” N21.0° 14.0’ 11.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Peddiea involucrata

January 16, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 2 m. Fruits bright red with a sweet and salty taste. (photo + silica gel)

47.0° 25.0’ 51.0” N21.0° 13.0’ 22.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Stephanodaphne schatzii

January 15, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 3 m. Leaves glossy and dark green above, light green below. Inflorescences pendent, bract light green. Flowers whitish-green. Annulus yellow. Fruit fleshy, light green, bitter to taste. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

47.0° 25.0’ 10.0” N21.0° 15.0’ 38.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers – Richard Razakamalala – R. Ludovic

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Octolepis dioica

January 10, 2003 (, Updated )

Tree 7 m. Leaves dark green above, light green below. Persistent calyx green. Fruits green and covered with silver trichomes. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

48.0° 25.0’ 10.0” N18.0° 56.0’ 11.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Stephanodaphne pilosa

January 10, 2003 (, Updated )

Tree 4.5 m. Hypanthium greenish yellow outside, lobes white, annulus white, anthers yellow, style white, ovary greenish-white. (alcohol sample + photo + silica gel)

48.0° 25.0’ 56.0” N18.0° 49.0’ 47.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Stephanodaphne pilosa

January 9, 2003 (, Updated )

Tree 4.5 m. Flowers green. Fruits covered with silver pubescence. (photo + silica gel)

48.0° 25.0’ 38.0” N18.0° 56.0’ 2.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Stephanodaphne pilosa

January 8, 2003 (, Updated )

Treelet 3.5 m. Terminal buds silver. Leaves shiny and dark green above, lower surface lighter and covered with light brown pubescence. Inflorescences pendent or erect. Peduncle green. Flowers greenish-brown. (alcohol sample + photo)

48.0° 25.0’ 8.0” N18.0° 56.0’ 7.0” W

Zachary Scott Rogers

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Schoenobiblus peruvianus

May 6, 2001 (, Updated )

Tree 8 m, inflorescences erect, perianth white (turning yellow after anthesis), stamens yellow. Rare.

72.0° 46.0’ 41.0” S9.0° 4.0’ 13.0” W

Douglas C. Daly – Lúcia G. Lohmann – M.C. Souza – E. Rivero – E.O. Oliveira – J.E.S. Lima

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Atemnosiphon coriaceus

February 1, 1999 (, Updated )

Shrubs leaning out away from cliffside to 3 m tall. Leaves medium green, thick. Bracts enclosing inflorescence light green; calyx light pink-magenta.

49.0° 33.0’ 3.0” N15.0° 18.0’ 7.0” W

George E. Schatz

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Schoenobiblus peruvianus

March 12, 1997 (, Updated )

Tree 3 m above high water, inflorescences terminal, erect, flowers suberect, perianth deep dull yellow without, yellow within. Rare. Use: Bark used for lashing. N.v. envira seda (Portuguese).

68.0° 7.0’ 26.0” S9.0° 24.0’ 39.0” W

Douglas C. Daly – R.S. Saraiva – L. Lima – P.A. Ferraz – José R. Bandeira

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Schoenobiblus peruvianus

September 23, 1994 (, Updated )

Tree 10 m; inflorescences and flowers yellow, except corolla limbs cream within. Bark extremely fibrous. Use: bark peeled in strips and used for lashing. N.V.: envira fita.

71.0° 5.0’ 20.0” S8.0° 16.0’ 45.0” W

Douglas C. Daly – M.S. Silveira – R.S. Saraiva – L.A. Lima – N. Goldstein

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Schoenobiblus peruvianus

March 13, 1992 (, Updated )

Tree, 6 m tall. Fruits yellowish-green, immature.

72.0° 43.0’ 0.0” S8.0° 58.0’ 0.0” W

Douglas C. Daly – al.

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Schoenobiblus peruvianus

March 2, 1990 (, Updated )

Tree 15 m, flowers yellow.

68.0° 45.0’ 0.0” S12.0° 40.0’ 0.0” W

Alwyn H. Gentry – Percy Núñez V.

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Aquilaria malaccensis

July 1, 1989 (, Updated )

Tree 30 m; fruits green. Photo.

102.0° 19.0’ 59.0” N3.0° 0.0’ 0.0” E

Alwyn H. Gentry – J.V. La Frankie

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Ovidia andina

March 16, 1986 (, Updated )

Sub-shrub 0.2 m, fruits white, bark not strong. [PHOTO]

72.0° 10.0’ 0.0” S40.0° 45.0’ 0.0” W

Alwyn H. Gentry – al.

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Daphnopsis sellowiana

October 5, 1985 (, Updated )

Tree 2" dbh; flowers green. [Photo.]

67.0° 47.0’ 59.0” S16.0° 18.0’ 0.0” W

Alwyn H. Gentry – James C. Solomon

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Daphnopsis americana

July 28, 1984 (, Updated )

Arbol hasta 20 m. de alto. Flores amarillas. Frutos verdes.

79.0° 2.0’ 59.0” S1.0° 10.0’ 59.0” E

Calaway H. Dodson – Alwyn H. Gentry – Walter A. Palacios – Jorge Zaruma

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Linostoma pauciflorum

August 20, 1981 (, Updated )

Vine, flowers whitish. Photo.

103.0° 46.0’ 59.0” N1.0° 21.0’ 0.0” E

Alwyn H. Gentry – James F. Maxwell

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Dicranolepis disticha

June 28, 1981 (, Updated )

Treelet 1.5 m, fruit orange. [PHOTO!]

12.0° 11.0’ 59.0” N0.0° 10.0’ 59.0” W

Alwyn H. Gentry

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Schoenobiblus peruvianus

August 1, 1980 (, Updated )

Treelet 3 m, flowers cream.

72.0° 58.0’ 0.0” S4.0° 4.0’ 59.0” W

Alwyn H. Gentry – Rodolfo Vásquez – E. Andrade C. – Nestor Jaramillo – Peggy Stern

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Daphnopsis macrophylla

April 2, 1980 (, Updated )

Tree 8 m, flowers greenish yellow. [PHOTO]

79.0° 2.0’ 13.0” S0.0° 55.0’ 58.0” W

Calaway H. Dodson – Alwyn H. Gentry

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Schoenobiblus daphnoides

October 29, 1979 (, Updated )

Tiny subshrub 0.2 m, flowers light yellow, bark strong. [PISTILLATE FLOWERS IN PHOTO, BUT MO SHEET CONSISTS ONLY OF SIX DETACHED, MOLDED LEAVES]

71.0° 15.0’ 0.0” S12.0° 34.0’ 0.0” W

Alwyn H. Gentry

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Daphnopsis grandis

October 2, 1979 (, Updated )

Small tree to 5 m tall. Corolla white with 8 orange stamens.

79.0° 17.0’ 59.0” S0.0° 37.0’ 12.0” W

Calaway H. Dodson – Alwyn H. Gentry – Eugene Schupp

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Tepuianthus savannensis

May 7, 1979 (, Updated )

White sand savanna. Tree along forest edge adjoining the savanna. 3-6 m tall; leaves dark shiny green above greyish green below; flowers fragrant, petals and anthers yellow; filaments light greenish yellow; sepals greenish yellow within.

66.0° 40.0’ 59.0” S3.0° 28.0’ 59.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – Otto Huber – Stephen S. Tillett

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Schoenobiblus panamensis

January 18, 1979 (, Updated )

Tree 12 m, flowers yellow, fruits green.

76.0° 37.0’ 59.0” S5.0° 32.0’ 59.0” E

Alwyn H. Gentry – Enrique Rentería A.

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Schoenobiblus panamensis

October 2, 1976 (, Updated )

Tree to 3.5 m. Flowers yellow-orange. Female.

79.0° 22.0’ 0.0” S0.0° 34.0’ 59.0” W

Calaway H. Dodson – Alwyn H. Gentry

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Lethedon balansae

August 1, 1914 (, Updated )

Uncommon, small tree 25 ft. [=7.6 m]. Perianth green, thick. [PISTILLATE]

164.0° 35.0’ 59.0” N20.0° 28.0’ 0.0” W

Robert H. Compton

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Microsemma comptonii

August 1, 1914 (, Updated )

Uncommon, small tree 25 ft. [=7.6 m]. Perianth green, thick. [PISTILLATE]

164.0° 35.0’ 59.0” N20.0° 28.0’ 0.0” W

Robert H. Compton

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