Monographs Details: Posoqueria panamensis Walp. & Duchass. subsp. panamensis
Authority: Maguire, Bassett. 1967. The botany of the Guayana Highland--Part VII. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 17: 1-439.
Description:Distribution and Ecology - Mexico, Central America, and Colombia in South America. COLOMBIA. Antioquia: banks of Rio Leon from the mouth to approximately 5 km upstream, probable lat ca 7°55'X, long ca 76°45'W, alt sea level, Feddemn 2057; ridge west of Rio Mulatos. east of Turbo, alt about 200 m, Haught 4962; along shore, Punta de Piedra, Haught 4830; Sur de Santander: vicinity of Barranco Bermeja, Magdalena Valley, between Sogamoso and Colorado rivers, alt 100-500 m, Haught 1320.


Posoqueria panamensis (Walp. & Duchass.) Walp., Ann. Bot. Syst. 2: 797. 1852.

Stannia metensis Karst., Linnaea 28 : 441. 1S57.

Posoqueria metensis Knuth, Repert. Sp. Nov. Beih. 43 : 667. 1928.

Posoqueria mutisii Standley, Field Mus. Publ. Bot. 11: 232. 1936.

Tocoyena mutisii H.B.K.. Nov. Gen. & Sp. 3: 411. 1819.

Type. "Isthmo Panamensi."

Although I have not seen the type specimen of Stannia metensis Karst, (from Rio Meta, Colombia), Karsten’s description of the corolla-tube as “quadripolli-cari’ places it more nearly within the size measurements of material collected from Panama and Central America. For this reason, I have considered S. metensis synonymous with S. panamensis Walp. & Duchass. rather than with S. grandiflora Karst., in which the corolla is stated to be ‘‘decimetra dua longo" and 1O Zoll lange Rohr” (FI. Columb. 1: 31, t. 16. 1859).

Distribution:Colombia South America| Mexico North America| Central America|