C. L. Lundell

Creator(s):
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • Creator
  • Clematis dioica L., Belize, C. L. Lundell 133, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Clematis dioica L., Belize, C. L. Lundell 133, F
  • Clematis dioica L., Belize, C. L. Lundell 133, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Clematis dioica L., Belize, C. L. Lundell 133, F
Current Determination: Clematis dioica L.
Family: Ranunculaceae
Location: Belize: Orange Walk
Locality: Honey Camp

Collector(s): C. L. Lundell
Collection Date: 30 November 1928
Description: Uses: Medicinal; sus hojas como astringente [Roys, 1931]; catártico, vesicante, rubefaciente [Del Amo, 1979]; y para tratar dolor de muelas, dolor de endas [Standley, 1930, Souza N., 1942, Osado R., 1834]; enfermedades de la piel en animales; melífera (nectar); forrajera para ganado bovina; para hacer amarres (Arellano et al. 2003:508). Medicine, fiber, latex, poison, miscellaneous products (Balick et al. 2000:56). Common names: Me'exnuxib, barbas de viejo, barba espanola, [Barrera, 1976] (Arellano et al. 2003:508). Barbas de chivato (NL), barbas de chivo (Mich), [Martinez, 1979)]; barbas de viejo (Tab, Sin, Yuc), barba española [Barrera, 1976]; cabeza de viejo (Chis), chilillo (Mich), chilillo de cerro (Hgo), tenzo-vevenzi (Hgo), zonich-mecat (Hgo), [Martinez, 1979]; viejito (Arellano et al. 2003:508). Dama de noche, night bloom, tietie (Balick et al. 2000:56).
Catalog Subset: Economic Botany
Catalog Project: Mesoamerican Ethnobotany
EMu IRN: 2114101
OccurenceID: e0a47950-7092-4d5c-8866-6b6855fefab1

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