Aspidosperma williamii Duarte

  • Filed As

    Apocynaceae
    Aspidosperma williamii Duarte

  • Collector(s)

    D. C. Daly 8244 with M. Silveira, R. Saraiva, L. A. Lima, N. Goldstein, 19 Sep 1994

  • Location

    Brazil. Acre. Tarauacá Mun. Rio Tarauacá, river at low water. Seringal Uniao, within proposed Reserva Indígena Praia do Carapaná (Kaxinawá Indians), Seringal Mucuripe, Coloçacao Remanso.

  • Habitat

    Hilly terrain, some low-lying areas flooded periodically in wet season by overflowing streams. Primary forest.

  • Description

    Tree. Tree 20 m x 35 cm, outer bark brown, lenticillate, thin, inner bark sepia. Buds dull greenish-white, fruits dull brown, many opening. Latex apparent only in branchlets (not in slash). [FRUITS SEPARATE]. N.V.: amarelao. Phenology of specimen: Fruit.

  • Specimen Notes

    See NY barcode 229925 (separate fruits).

  • Identifiers

    NY Barcode: 229924

    Occurrence ID: 3a23dbc9-917a-4e7d-aecf-51e7a26d993e

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  • Region

    South America

  • Country

    Brazil

  • State/Province

    Acre

  • County/Municipio

    Tarauacá Mun.

  • Locality

    Rio Tarauacá, river at low water. Seringal Uniao, within proposed Reserva Indígena Praia do Carapaná (Kaxinawá Indians), Seringal Mucuripe, Coloçacao Remanso.

  • Coordinates

    -8.4608, -71.3793

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SEE FRUIT COLLECTION
University of Illinois Herbarium (ILL)
Aspidosperma parvifolium A. DC.
Material sampled: leaf_, fruit_, twig_, flower_
Det: Kurt Potgieter ('=H\991)
Plants of Acre, Brazil
The New York Botanical Garden
Universidade Federal do Acre
No. 8244	Apocynaceae
Aspidosperma parv i fo 1 i um A. DC.
det. K. Potgieter, 1997
Brazil. Acre. Tarauaca: Rio Tarauaca, river at low water.
Seringal Uniao, within proposed Reserva Indigena Praia do
Carapana (Kaxinawa Indians), Seringal Mucuripe,
Coloca^ao Remanso. ca 8°27.65’S, 71°22.76’W. Hilly
terrain, some low-lying areas flooded periodically in wet
season by overflowing streams. Primary forest.
Tree 20 m x 35 cm, outer bark brown, lenticillate, thin,
inner bark sepia. Buds dull greenish-white, fruits dull
brown, many opening. Latex apparent only .in branchlets
(not in slash). [FRUITS SEPARATE].
N.V.: amarelao.
D. C. Daly, M. Silveira, R. Saraiva,
L. A. Lima & N. Goldstein	19 Sep 1994
NYdb
Supported by the National Science Foundation
00229924