Monographs Details: Brosimum utile subsp. magdalenense C.C.Berg
Berg, Cornelius C. 1972. Olmedieae, Brosimeae (Moraceae). Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 7: 1-229. (Published by NYBG Press
Description:Description - Leafy twigs sparsely puberulous to almost glabrous on the internodes, sometimes hairs crowded near the scars of the stipules. Leaves elliptic to oblong, mostly broadest below the middle, 7-25 cm long, 4.5-12 cm broad, at the base emarginate to cordate, sometimes obtuse; margin entire; secondary veins sometimes slightly impressed above, smaller veins slightly prominent to plane beneath, 15-26 pairs of secondary veins; petioles 7-16 mm long; stipules 1-3.5 cm long, with very short and distinctly longer hairs. Inflorescences subglobose to hemispherical, ca 7 mm in diameter; peduncle 2-10 mm long; receptacle foveate; staminate flowers many; perianth 0. 1-0.2 mm high; stamen 1, filaments 0.5-0.6 mm long, anthers ca 0.3 mm long and ca 0.2 mm broad; style ca 1.5 mm long, stigmas 0.6-0.8 mm long.
Discussion:This subspecies resembles subsp allenii in the leaf shape but differs conspicuously in the inflorescences.
Distribution:Colombia South America