Monographs Details: Raveniopsis ruellioides (Oliv.) R.S.Cowan var. ruellioides
Authority: Maguire, Bassett & Wurdack, John J. 1960. The botany of the Guayana highland--Part IV. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 10: 1-37.
Family:Rutaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - Widely distributed on the summits of sandstone tepuis from southernmost Venezuela to Mt. Roraima at 1500-2500 m elevation, in thickets and low scrub forest, especially along streams.VENEZUELA: Amazonas: Cerro Sipapo, Maguire & Politi 3809.5, 28211, 28271, 28459, 28667; (Yrro Duida, alt. 1825-2000 m, Steyermark 58114 (NY), Tate 4S6 (NY); Cerro de la Neblina, alt. 1900-2100 m, Maguire et al. 42281 (US), 42447 (US). Bolivar: Mt. Koraima, alt. 2000-2500 m, Im Thurn 211 (isotype US), Irwin 428 (US), Pinkus 141 (G, NY, US), Steyermark 58715 (G, NY); Ilu-teprri, Maguire SSt.59 (US); Cerro Apacará, Cardona 1544 (US); Auyan-tepui, Tate 1184 (NY, US); Ptari-tepui, Maguire & Wurdock 33891 (US), Steyermark 59511 (NY); Cerro Guaiquinima, Maguire 32941 (US), 32964 (US), 33088 (US); Chimanta Massif, Steyrrmark 74893 (NY), Steyermark & Wurdack 393 (NY, US), Wurdaclc 34066, 34166 (NY, US).

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Fig. 21.

Ravenia ruellioides Oliver, Timehri 5:191. 1886.

Ravenia tatei Gleason, Bull. Torrey Club 58:376. Jun 1931.

Ravenia ruellioides var. ptariana Steyermark, Fieldiana Bot. 28:273. Dec 1952.

Distribution:Venezuela South America|