Monographs Details: Naucleopsis ulei (Warb.) Ducke subsp. ulei
Authority: Berg, Cornelius C. 2001. Moreae, Artocarpeae, and (Moraceae): With introductions to the family and and with additions and corrections to Flora Neotropica Monograph 7. Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 83: 1-346. (Published by NYBG Press)
Description:Species Description - Shortened internodes (bearing only stipules) usually conspicuously present. Lamina relatively large, 20-50(-60) × 7-18(-20) cm; base cordate to rounded (to subacute); lower surface glabrous (except for the minute, brown or whitish, pluricellular trichomes) or only hairy at the base of the midrib; lower lateral veins (20-)25-35 pairs, mostly ± distinctly loop-connected; stipules (1-)2.5-3.5 cm long, often subpersistent. Staminate inflorescences subsessile or peduncle to 0.2 cm long. Free parts of the tepals of pistillate flowers to 4 cm long in fruit.

Discussion:The staminate inflorescences of the material of subsp. ulei collected in Ecuador tend to be larger than those collected in Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru. The infructescences show considerable variation in size in relation to the number of flowers (and fruits) per inflorescence.
Distribution:Pando Bolivia South America| Acre Brazil South America| Rondônia Brazil South America| Amazonas Colombia South America| Napo Ecuador South America| Pastaza Ecuador South America| Sucumbíos Ecuador South America| Zamora-Chinchipe Ecuador South America| Amazonas Peru South America| Huánuco Peru South America| Loreto Peru South America|