Lindackeria laurina C. Presl
  • Reliq. Haenk.
  • uvre chopo cucullo


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General Information

Por Amy Pool

Lindackeria laurina C. Presl, Reliq. Haenk. 2: 89, t. 65. 1835.

Arbustos o árboles siempreverdes, 4–15 m de alto, inermes; plantas hermafroditas. Hojas alternas, espiraladas, oblongas, lanceoladas o elípticas, 9.5–26.5 cm de largo y 3.5–10 cm de ancho, ápice acuminado, base redondeada a aguda, margen entero o undulado, sin marcas pelúcidas, glándulas basales ausentes, pinnatinervias; pecíolo 4–12 cm de largo, estípulas pequeñas, caducas. Inflorescencia de panículas terminales y axilares, 12–20 cm de largo y 5 cm de ancho, pedúnculo 3–9 cm de largo, brácteas no observadas; sépalos 3, casi libres, imbricados, 5–7 mm de largo y ca 2.5–3 mm de ancho, tempranamente caducos; pétalos 6, imbricados, 4.5–5 mm de largo y 1.2–1.5 mm de ancho, tempranamente caducos; estambres 30–40, hipóginos, filamentos 2–3 mm de largo; ovario súpero, densa y suavemente equinado, puberulento, estilo simple, 4.5–5 mm de largo, estigma ligeramente 3-lobado. Fruto una cápsula globosa, 7–15 mm de diámetro, con estilo persistente y numerosas espinas de 2–4 mm de largo y menudamente puberulenta, seca, abriéndose por 3 valvas, verde; semillas 1–3, 6–8 mm de largo y 5–7 mm de ancho, glabras, con arilo rojo brillante.

Común, bosques de pinos y siempreverdes, zona atlántica; (15–) 50–400 m; fl sep, oct, fr ene–abr; Grijalva 1590, Sandino 4734; México a Colombia y Venezuela. Género con 6 especies en Centro y Sudamérica y 7 en Africa tropical.

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    Tree 3-8 m high, sometimes to 15(-35) m high, the trunk 5-35 cm in diam, the branchlets angulate, striate, glabrous, often grayish. Leaves glabrous, the petioles 2.5-11 cm long, slightly pulvinate at the apex; blade narrowly elliptic, elliptic or ? ovate, obtuse to rounded at the base, long-acuminate at the apex, the margins entire to usually undulate, 10-31 cm long and 5-11 cm wide, papyraceous, more or less shiny above, paler beneath, the costa prominent beneath, the secondary veins slightly prominent beneath. Inflorescences axillary and terminal, paniculate, to 22 cm long, the rachis glabrous. Flowers white, the pedicels angulate, to 1.5 cm long, glabrous, more or less ? shining; sepals ? obovate or largely obovate, cucullate, reflexed at anthesis, 6-9 mm long and 4.5-5.5 mm wide, glabrous or inconspicuously puberulous and shining outside, caducous; petals elliptic to narrowly elliptic, obtuse to more or less rounded at the apex, + undulated along the margins, 9-12 mm long and 2.5-5 mm wide, glabrous, shining outside; stamens 26-40, the filaments scarcely connate at the base, unequal, 2-4.5 mm long, glabrous or sparsely and inconspicu- ously puberulous, the anthers ? oblong, emarginate at the base, slightly bifid at the apex, ca 3.5-4.2 mm long, glabrous or sparsely and inconspicuously puberulous at both ends; ovary very shortly stipitate, the stipe ca 0.5 mm long or less, ovoid, densely appressed-soft-echinate, the bristles minutely puberulous; style 5-6 mm long, minutely puberulous especially on the lower half, the stigma shorty 3-lobulate. Capsule long surmounted by the persistent style, echinate, to 1.5 cm in diam (without bristles), the pericarp rugose, shiny, and inconspicuously puberulous, the bristles to 8 mm long and inconspicuously puberulous; seeds few - 1, more or less  angulate, to 7 mm long.

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    Arbusto o árbol, 4–15 m, hermafrodita; estípulas pequeñas, subuladas, caducas. Hojas alternas; pecíolo 4–12 cm, engrosado distalmente; lámina 5–18(–31) X 1.5–7(–11) cm, lanceolada a lanceolado-oblonga u ovado- oblonga, entera u ondulada, glabra en ambas caras, sin glándulas, sin puntos o líneas translúcidos, pinnadamente nervada. Infls. axilares o subterminales, racemosas o paniculadas, 10–22 cm. Fls. bisexuales, sin disco; sépalos 3, casi separados, imbricados; pétalos 6, crema, imbricados, 4.5–5 mm; estambres 30–40, hipóginos, los filamentos separados o apenas connatos en la base, filiformes; ovario súpero, subestipitado, densa y suavemente adpreso-equinado; estilo simple, persistente; estigma simple o levemente trilobulado. Frs. capsulares, verdes, 1–2 cm, globosos, equinados, tardíamente dehiscentes por 3 valvas; semillas 1–4, ariladas, el arilo rojo vivo.

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    Habit

    Tree

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    Distribution

    Southern Mexico, Guatemala, British Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, and per- haps Colombia and Venezuela;

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    Other Local Names

    NameLanguageCountry
    uvre chopo cucullo

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