Distrito de Tupe, sierra de Cañete Lima – Perú. Done. Comment. 1, views. 0 faves. 0 comments. Taken on October 21, Some rights reserved. Distrito de Tupe, Lima – Perú. Done. Comment. 1, views. 4 faves. 0 comments . Taken on October 22, Some rights reserved. The northern branch of the Aymaran family is mainly confined to a number of villages belonging to the municipality (distrito) of Tupe, situated in the province of .
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In spite of the ecological importance of Lecythidaceae and its diversity within the Amazon forest and the publication of numerous studies by Scott Mori the Lecythidaceae pages – http: This type of attractive and nutritious fleshy aril which is encountered in the genera Eschweilera and Lecythis is typical of species whose seeds are dispersed by animals.
Seed dispersal in A. Berg Miers] had previously been identified in terra-firme upland areas Scudeller et al. Pueblo de Aiza was uploaded and shared by disgrito Aurelio Ramos Antiporta on panoramio. The Lecythidaceae of a Central Amazonian moist forest. Mori, a known specialist in the field.
Knuth due to similarities of their flowers, although these species differ in terms of the sizes of their fruits, which are smaller in C. Many small bees were observed visiting flowers that had fallen from the tree and were lying on the ground. Berg; and six species of Eschweilera, the richest genus. Tupe in Lima region Destination Guide Peru. Trees 15 m tall. While viewing any Flickr photos page, click on this button to open the same view on Flickriver. This genus is characterized by sub-canopy to emergent trees; small to large leaves 2.
Leaf with both faces dull; petiole glabrous, flat convex, 9.
This genus is characterized by canopy and emergent trees; trunk cylindrical with deep fissures in the bark; leaves medium to large cm longglabrous, obovate to oblong; flowers zygomorphic; calyx with two sepals; 6 petals; hood with vestigial stamens turned inwards, without forming a spiral; filament clavate; ovary 4-locular, stigma long up to 4 mm and geniculate.
The genus characteristically comprises upper canopy and emergent trees; medium to large sized leaves cm longglabrous, tertiary venation percurrent; inflorescence racemose or paniculate; flowers with actinomorphic androecium; 5 sepals and 5 petals; androecium forming a stamen tube with stamens along the margins or spread on the internal surface of the tube; fruit of pyxidium type, cylindrical; seed unilaterally alate.
Figures Trees 15 m tall. Angular rachis with buds. Trunk and base cylindrical; outer bark grayish-brown, fissured, without lenticels; inner bark dark-yellow. La tia Volvorata Published: September 10, Length: Leaf with adaxial face shiny and abaxial face dull; petiole with trichomes, flat convex, 6. Hood thick at apex with appendages turned inwards, fruit rounded; 2 sepals Seeds per fruit, with fleshy aril in the basal region.
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Secondary veins eucamptodromous; inner bark diatrito Trees 18 m tall. Outer bark with thin and narrow plaques; midrib with trichomes; abaxial face of the leaf whitish and with impressed tertiary veins Flora Neotropica Monographs Flickriver widget for iGoogle or Netvibes can display almost any Flickriver view – most interesting today, by user, by group, by tag etc.
Subida Huaycacha, 2 km antes de Tupe was uploaded and shared by user Socrates Romero on panoramio. Flowers actinomorphic or zygomorphic; calyx entire or with lobes; petals -8 or rarely 12 or 18; stamens dee, forming a stamen tube in Allantoma, Grias, and Gustavia ; the stamen ring is slightly expanded on one of its sides in Cariniana, and markedly expanded and forming a laminated ligule with an apical hood in the other genera, the appendices associated with the hood with or without anthers, pollen fertile in all of the stamens or some stamens with fertile pollen and others with sterile pollen; ovary normally -6 locular, with anatropous ovules per locule, placentation axial or, less frequently, basal or apical, ovules pendulous or erect.
Mori, as they share a number of diagnostic characters such as terminal inflorescences and a flat hood with anther-like appendices, and the stamens composing the stamen ring are numerous and densely united.
Trunk and base cylindrical; outer bark dark-brown, almost smooth, with thin vertical striations, without lenticels; inner bark yellow.
Two seeds per fruit, 1.
Guide: Tupe (Lima region, Provincia de Yauyos) in Peru | Tripmondo
Inflorescence terminal, racemose, with trichomes, 4 cm long; pedicel with trichomes, mm long. Flowers zygomorphic; calyx with 6 sepals, ovate, 3. American Journal of Botany Flowers zygomorphic; calyx with 2 sepals, wide-elliptical, 8. Eight species are distributed through the western Amazon except A. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden Habitat upland terra-firme forest.
Eschweilera coriacea is often confused with E. Figures Trees 23 m tall. Tupe in Provincia de Yauyos of Lima region, Peru. Hood forming a double spiral; fruit turbinate; leaves small cm long with adaxial face slightly shiny and margins smooth; outer bark smooth; inner bark reddish-yellow Leaf with adaxial face shiny and abaxial face dull; petiole with trichomes, flat convex, 7.
The subfamily Lecythidoideae only occurs within the neotropics, and comprises species distrkto within 10 genera; it is widely distributed within Brazil, with species belonging to nine genera, of which 54 are endemic.
The scarcity of detailed floristic inventories that include taxonomic studies has made it difficult to map the geographical distributions of many species, identify their intra-specific variability, and even to discover new species. Trees 23 m tall. Trunk and base cylindrical; outer bark gray, smooth or with small depressions, without lenticels; inner bark red. The Lecythidaceae of a lowland neotropical forest: Seventeen new neotropical species of Lecythidaceae have been described since that time, with the two most recent members being described in Grias purpuripetala S.