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A revision of Spondias L. (Anacardiaceae) in the Neotropics.

Mitchell JD, Daly DC - PhytoKeys (2015)

Bottom Line: The genus is circumscribed.Diagnostic character sets include leaf architecture, habit, flower morphology, and gross fruit morphology.Notes on the ecology and economic botany of the species are provided.

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Affiliation: Institute of Systematic Botany, The New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10458-5126.

ABSTRACT
As part of an ongoing study of Anacardiaceae subfamily Spondioideae, the ten native and one introduced species of Spondias in the Neotropics are revised. The genus is circumscribed. Three new species, Spondiasadmirabilis, Spondiasexpeditionaria, and Spondiasglobosa, are described and illustrated; a key to the taxa found in the Neotropics and distribution maps are provided. The Paleotropical species and allied genera are reviewed. Diagnostic character sets include leaf architecture, habit, flower morphology, and gross fruit morphology. Notes on the ecology and economic botany of the species are provided.

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Spondiasadmirabilis. A Fruiting branchlet B Cymule with flower at anthesis (left); top view of stamens, disk, and immature pistil (right top); and longisection at center of flower with more of stamens removed C Whole leaf (right) and rachis plus leaflet bases (inset) D Leaf venation detail. A from Farney et al. 3957 (NY). B from Lanna Sobrinho 1587 (NY). C–D from Farney et al. 4172 (NY).
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Figure 18: Spondiasadmirabilis. A Fruiting branchlet B Cymule with flower at anthesis (left); top view of stamens, disk, and immature pistil (right top); and longisection at center of flower with more of stamens removed C Whole leaf (right) and rachis plus leaflet bases (inset) D Leaf venation detail. A from Farney et al. 3957 (NY). B from Lanna Sobrinho 1587 (NY). C–D from Farney et al. 4172 (NY).

Mentions: Figs 8, 13, 16, 18, 19


A revision of Spondias L. (Anacardiaceae) in the Neotropics.

Mitchell JD, Daly DC - PhytoKeys (2015)

Spondiasadmirabilis. A Fruiting branchlet B Cymule with flower at anthesis (left); top view of stamens, disk, and immature pistil (right top); and longisection at center of flower with more of stamens removed C Whole leaf (right) and rachis plus leaflet bases (inset) D Leaf venation detail. A from Farney et al. 3957 (NY). B from Lanna Sobrinho 1587 (NY). C–D from Farney et al. 4172 (NY).
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Figure 18: Spondiasadmirabilis. A Fruiting branchlet B Cymule with flower at anthesis (left); top view of stamens, disk, and immature pistil (right top); and longisection at center of flower with more of stamens removed C Whole leaf (right) and rachis plus leaflet bases (inset) D Leaf venation detail. A from Farney et al. 3957 (NY). B from Lanna Sobrinho 1587 (NY). C–D from Farney et al. 4172 (NY).
Mentions: Figs 8, 13, 16, 18, 19

Bottom Line: The genus is circumscribed.Diagnostic character sets include leaf architecture, habit, flower morphology, and gross fruit morphology.Notes on the ecology and economic botany of the species are provided.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Institute of Systematic Botany, The New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10458-5126.

ABSTRACT
As part of an ongoing study of Anacardiaceae subfamily Spondioideae, the ten native and one introduced species of Spondias in the Neotropics are revised. The genus is circumscribed. Three new species, Spondiasadmirabilis, Spondiasexpeditionaria, and Spondiasglobosa, are described and illustrated; a key to the taxa found in the Neotropics and distribution maps are provided. The Paleotropical species and allied genera are reviewed. Diagnostic character sets include leaf architecture, habit, flower morphology, and gross fruit morphology. Notes on the ecology and economic botany of the species are provided.

No MeSH data available.