Monographs Details: Calea lucidivenia var. lucidivenia
Authority: Maguire, Bassett & Wurdack, John J. 1957. Botany of the Phelps' Venezuelan Guayana Expeditions - II Uaipan-Tepui, Estado Bolivar. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 9 (3): 477-.
Family:Asteraceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - Salto Eutocuamini, Rio Carom, Guayana. Cardona 1770 (US); Sta. Elena, Guayana, Lasser 1287 (NY); Kavanayen, Guayana, Lasser 1823 (NY); Sta. Elena, Guayana-, Tamayo 2706; Kavanayen, Steyermark, 59408 (type of C. lucidivenia f. lanceolata steyenn.), 60299; Maguire & Wurdack 34009; Rio Aponguao, Maguire 33636-

Discussion:The var. lucidivenia is entirely glabrous. The leaves and outer involucral bracts are devoid of punctate glands. Besides Tate 1324 (type, NY) and Tate 1363 (NY) from Auyan-tepuf, the typical variety is now in addition known by the following.
Distribution:Guyana South America|