C. F. Vriesendorp

  • Mendkhuu Enkhbayar : Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Photographer
  • Justicia L., C. F. Vriesendorp, F
    Photographer: Mendkhuu Enkhbayar : Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Justicia L., C. F. Vriesendorp, F
Current Determination: Justicia plowmanii Wassh.
Family: Acanthaceae
Det. by: N. Hensold : Field Museum of Natural History - Action Center, 2023
Location: Ecuador: Sucumbíos
Locality: 11 km SW of Comunidad Cofán Dureno, adjacent to Totoa Nai’qui River
Coordinates: -0.03442 -76.7528
Elevation: 250
Habitat/Microhabitat: Mix of poorly drained floodplain, higher broad terraces, and high (100m) hills. Extensive liana and bamboo tangles on flatter areas.
Additional data: 1-2 m, lavender flowers, inflorescence green.

Collector(s): C. F. Vriesendorp
Collection Date: 31 May 2007
Catalog Subset: Seed Plants
Catalog Project: Rapid Inventory Plants
EMu IRN: 3319911
OccurenceID: 9b7a45f8-4777-4b6c-931e-28b2c6cc3146

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