G. F. Gaumer

Creator(s):
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • Creator
  • Alvaradoa amorphoides subsp. typica Cronquist, Mexico, G. F. Gaumer 1620, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Alvaradoa amorphoides subsp. typica Cronquist, Mexico, G. F. Gaumer 1620, F
  • Alvaradoa amorphoides subsp. typica Cronquist, Mexico, G. F. Gaumer 1620, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Alvaradoa amorphoides subsp. typica Cronquist, Mexico, G. F. Gaumer 1620, F
Current Determination: Alvaradoa amorphoides subsp. typica Cronquist
Family: Simaroubaceae

Collector(s): G. F. Gaumer
Description: Uses: Miscellaneous products, tannin, fuel (Balick et al. 2000:117). Boil leaves in water with leaves of other species, bathe for skin rashes; boil leaves in water, bathe for head fever (Comerford 1996:335). Common names: Cortacuero (Balick et al. 2000:117). Tzutzula (Comerford 1996:335).
Catalog Subset: Economic Botany
Catalog Project: Mesoamerican Ethnobotany
EMu IRN: 2114029
OccurenceID: 517297cf-8d31-4c17-ac1b-6d54ad16dd63

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