R. Tún Ortíz

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  • Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell, Guatemala, R. Tún Ortíz 2190, F

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  • Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell, Guatemala, R. Tún Ortíz 2190, F

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  • Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell, Guatemala, R. Tún Ortíz 2190, F

    Description:
  • Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell, Guatemala, R. Tún Ortíz 2190, F

    Description:
  • Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell, Guatemala, R. Tún Ortíz 2190, F

    Description:
  • Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell, Guatemala, R. Tún Ortíz 2190, F

    Description:
Current Determination: Cymbopetalum mayanum Lundell
Family: Annonaceae
Habitat/Microhabitat: high forest

Collector(s): R. Tún Ortíz
Collection Date: 8 January 1972
Description: Uses: Spice/flavoring/preservative; miscellaneous products (Balick et al. 2000:50) Common names: Guanabano, marta boni (Balick et al. 2000:50). Image Notes: Seed: 1.5-2.0 cm elongated starchy rectilinear, with papery exocarp. Cotyledon surface buff-brown. Apex rounded, hilum slightly concave and broad with dark central scar.
Catalog Subset: Economic Botany
Catalog Project: Mesoamerican Ethnobotany
EMu IRN: 2789275
OccurenceID: 264dc21a-7e2b-4cb9-915d-048435e1bcd2

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