DISTRITO DE TUPE PDF - Distrito de Tupe, sierra de Cañete Lima - Perú. Done. Comment. 1, views. 0 faves. 0 comments. Taken on October 21, Some rights. del distrito, las características urbanas y rurales; y la pertenencia al Tupe. 43,2. 73,5. Loreto. nas. Fernando. Lecythidaceae species encountered in the Tupé SDR (with special emphasis on Manaus, Distrito agropecuário – Reserva (km. 41), 3-II, NML.
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Reporte preliminar nº - Huayco afecta distrito de Tupe - prov. de Yauyos - Lima. Report Download PDF ( KB). HECHOS: El 25 de. Tupe District is one of thirty-three districts of the province of Yauyos in Peru. It is home to the Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version . Distrito de Tupe (Yauyos, Lima). Aimara. Departamentos de Puno, Moquegua y Tacna. Quechua Chachapoyas. Provincia de Luya y Chachapoyas.
An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: Flora Neotropica Monographs Berg Miers] had previously been identified in terra-firme upland areas Scudeller et al.
According to Mori et al.
Inflorescence terminal, racemose, with trichomes, 3. Trees 23 m tall.
Lecythidaceae Poit. Use Flickriver Badge Creator to create a badge linking to any Flickriver view. Trunk and base cylindrical; outer bark gray, smooth or with small depressions, without lenticels; inner bark red.
Leaf with both faces dull; petiole glabrous, flat convex, 9. Hood flat; fruit subglobose; leaves large Flowers zygomorphic; calyx with 6 sepals, triangular, 4. Inner sistrito bright-yellow; outer bark with superficial vertical fissures and lenticels; leaves with crenulate margins These species are also allopatric, with C.
Due to the great similarity between some species of this section, the superspecies Couratari multiflora was created that includes C. Scott Mori, for his help and for confirming the identifications of the species studied. Similar to Allantoma decandra Ducke S. Flowers actinomorphic; inner bark reddish-yellow; rachis of the inflorescence and pedicel glabrous In Flora da Reserva Ducke: It can be vegetatively confused with Eschweilera wachenheimii Benoist Sandwith tup E.
Fruit rounded, woody, with inconspicuous calicinal ring, small operculum, functionally indehiscent. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available check left side. Reproductive phenology and pollination of the Brazil nut tree Bertholletia excelsa Humb. Stamen with straight filament.
November 30, ; accepted: The subfamily is more diverse in the Guiana shield and in the Brazilian Amazon forest with 95 endemic species ; 11 endemic species are found in the Atlantic Forest biome Smith et al.
Fruit dehiscent, globose, 1. This species is easily recognized in the field by its smooth bark with many vertically oriented lenticels and eucamptodromous leaves with salient primary and secondary venation.
While viewing any Flickr photos page, click on this button to open the same view on Flickriver. The descriptions and identification keys of the species used 56 characters. Couratari tenuicarpa was included in the section Microcarpa as it has a hood that is double spiraled inwardly, with an external labelate flap which in the case of C. Seeds triangular in transversal section; is the only species with a hard and woody seed testa, without funicle.
In The families and genera of vascular plants. October 19, Tags: American Journal of Botany Seeds alate Cariniana and Couratari ; funicle well-developed and twisted Gustavia ; aril present or absent, may be lateral, basal, or cover the entire seed.
The genus Eschweilera is probably the most serious case, with The richest genus was Eschweilerawith six species, while the other genera Allantoma, Bertholletia, Couratariand Lecythis were represented by only a single species each.
Leaves with adaxial face shiny and abaxial face whitish and dull; petiole glabrous, flat-convex, mm long; leaf blade elliptical, Figures Trees 12 m or taller.
It is usually difficult to collect fertile material from these trees ttupe of their canopy heights, and species determinations using sterile material can be complex because of their morphological similarities. The same authors suggested that the seeds of this species fall into the seasonal flood waters when the operculum opens floating for at least four months and are carried by the river currents; these authors also noted that the fruit are frequently attacked by rodents that open the immature pyxidium with their teeth and consume the immature seeds.