M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.

Creator(s):
  • M. A. Ríos Paredes : Universidad Nacional de la Amazónia Peruana
  • M. A. Ríos Paredes : Universidad Nacional de la Amazónia Peruana
Creator role(s):
  • Photographer
  • Photographer
  • Rapid Inventory 26 live plant photo
    Photographer: M. A. Ríos Paredes : Universidad Nacional de la Amazónia Peruana
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Rapid Inventory 26 live plant photo
  • Rapid Inventory 26 live plant photo
    Photographer: M. A. Ríos Paredes : Universidad Nacional de la Amazónia Peruana
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Rapid Inventory 26 live plant photo
Current Determination: Lycianthes medusocalyx (Bitter) Bitter
Family: Solanaceae
Location: Peru: Loreto
Locality: Campsite #1 (Mina de Sal) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #26.
Coordinates: -5.88394 -76.6044
Elevation: 300
Habitat/Microhabitat: Bosque alto de laderas, suelo arcilloso rojizo, con áreas bajas de mal drenaje.
Additional data: Arbusto de 1.5 m de alto, frutos verdes

Collector(s): M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.
Collection Date: 16 September 2013
Catalog Subset: Seed Plants
Catalog Project: Rapid Inventory Plants
EMu IRN: 3373054
OccurenceID: 1b4867f4-dab4-4581-b598-de21d5c81479

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