C. L. Lundell

Creator(s):
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • Creator
  • Randia monantha Benth., C. L. Lundell 3003, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Randia monantha Benth., C. L. Lundell 3003, F
  • Randia monantha Benth., C. L. Lundell 3003, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Randia monantha Benth., C. L. Lundell 3003, F
Current Determination: Randia monantha Benth.
Family: Rubiaceae

Collector(s): C. L. Lundell
Collection Date: 24 April 1933
Description: Uses: Food, animal forage (includes plants used by bees), medicinal (includes insect repellents) (Balick et al. 2000:146). Common Names: Pine ridge guava, wild lime (Balick et al. 2000:146).
Catalog Subset: Economic Botany
Catalog Project: Mesoamerican Ethnobotany
EMu IRN: 2970870
OccurenceID: c03255d6-bf54-4592-8604-5c94f6bae4a1

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