Aguilar

Creator(s):
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • Creator
  • Vochysia hondurensis Sprague, Guatemala, Aguilar 9871, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    [Copyright] The Field Museum
    Description: Vochysia hondurensis Sprague, Guatemala, Aguilar 9871, F
  • Vochysia hondurensis Sprague, Guatemala, Aguilar 9871, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    [Copyright] The Field Museum
    Description: Vochysia hondurensis Sprague, Guatemala, Aguilar 9871, F
Current Determination: Vochysia hondurensis Sprague
Family: Vochysiaceae
Location: Guatemala: Petén
Locality: Rio Subin
Elevation: 110
Habitat/Microhabitat: bosque tropical humedo

Collector(s): Aguilar
Collection Date: 3 April 1965
Description: Uses: For foundation beams, house construction (Atran 1993:Table 2). Construction, miscellaneous products (Balick et al. 2000:111). Common names: Sayuc, San Juan (voucher). Emeri, emery, emory, San Juan, white mahogany, yemeri (Balick et al. 2000:113-114).
Catalog Subset: Economic Botany
Catalog Project: Mesoamerican Ethnobotany
EMu IRN: 2789156
OccurenceID: 10941d9d-bf3e-4554-8f3e-e7e07899e5ac

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