L. Torres Montenegro et al.
- Colleen Dennis : Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
- Photographer: Colleen Dennis : Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
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Description: Herbarium SheetV0323852FCurrent Determination: Ficus americana subsp. guianensis (Desv.) C. C. BergFamily: MoraceaeDet. by: L. A. Torres Montenegro : Servicios de Biodiversidad EIRL, 2013Location: Peru: LoretoLocality: 33.7 km W of the Paranapura/Yanayacu confluence, along Alto Cahuapanas RiverCoordinates: -5.66439 -76.839Elevation: 1000Habitat/Microhabitat: Trocha de 3025 m, que pasa por un bosque alto del valle y un bosque de neblina, llegando hasta un arbustal en las cumbres a 1500 msnm.Additional data: Hemiepífita en árbol de 3 m, frutos (más de dos por axila) verdes moteados amarillos y rojizos en proceso de maduración.Collector(s): L. Torres Montenegro et al.Collection Date: 28 September 2013Catalog Subset: Seed PlantsCatalog Project: Rapid Inventory PlantsEMu IRN: 3373550OccurenceID: c81b0c1f-e87a-43b2-be73-64609cc6f722
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