M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.
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Description: Lycianthes medusocalyx (Bitter) Bitter, Peru, M. A. Ríos Paredes, FCurrent Determination: Lycianthes medusocalyx (Bitter) BitterFamily: SolanaceaeLocation: Peru: LoretoLocality: Campsite #2 (Alto Cachiyacu base camp) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #26.Coordinates: -5.85861 -76.7176Elevation: 500Habitat/Microhabitat: Transecto de penetración al bosque alto de laderas sobre el río Cachiyacu (parte alta), con especies herbáceas y pioneras cerca del río; epífitas y árboles de mediano a gran porte hacia el interior.Additional data: Arbusto de 1.5 m de alto, flores en botones de color lila, frutos inmaduros de color verde y maduros de color rojoCollector(s): M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.Collection Date: 20 September 2013Catalog Subset: Seed PlantsCatalog Project: Rapid Inventory PlantsEMu IRN: 3373129OccurenceID: 156efe5f-6033-4f6e-9213-c4e0b28b4896
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