M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.
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Description: Rapid Inventory 28 live plant photoCurrent Determination: Virola marleneae W. A. RodriguesFamily: MyristicaceaeDet. by: M. A. Ríos Paredes : Universidad Nacional de la Amazónia Peruana, 2016Location: Peru: LoretoLocality: 18.5 km S of Puerto Elvira, on the northern bank of the Algodón RiverCoordinates: -2.59506 -72.8841Elevation: 107Habitat/Microhabitat: Bosque de restinga alta, de topografía ondulada, con un dosel de aproximadamente 20 m, el suelo cubierto de una capa de hojarasca gruesa y abundantes raíces superficiales, las partes más bajas cubiertas de aguas negrasAdditional data: Arbolito 4 m, frutos marrones, 1400 m, T1Collector(s): M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.Collection Date: 11 February 2016Catalog Subset: Seed PlantsCatalog Project: Rapid Inventory PlantsEMu IRN: 3520563OccurenceID: 88fa95c0-71bf-4986-be69-65f89cdfea69
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