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Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica

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The Cutting Edge

Volume XII, Number 2, April 2005

News and Notes | Recent Treatments | Leaps and Bounds | Germane Literature | Season's Pick

SEASON'S PICK: Clavija biborrana Oerst. (Theophrastaceae)

Clavija biborrana Oerst. Clavija biborrana Oerst.

This rarely photographed species, in the small family Theophrastaceae-- ca. 100 species mostly neotropical (only four in Costa Rica)--was nicely captured and vouchered by INBio curator Daniel Solano (1756), on 29 January 2005. It can be found in the undergrowth, in the canyon along the Río Jaris, Zona Protectora El Rodeo.

Be quiet, look closely, and enjoy. The whole area is beautiful.

Rhipidocladum racemiflorum (Hack.) McClure
Rhipidocladum racemiflorum (Hack.) McClure

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