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Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica

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The Cutting Edge

Volume XIII, Number 3, July 2006

News and Notes | Recent Treatments | | Germane Literature | Season's Pick Annotate your copy

This season’s pick features the seldom-flowering and recently described Symplocos striata Kriebel & N. Zamora (Symplocaceae), a Costa Rican endemic best known at the Estación Biológica La Selva [see The Cutting Edge 12(2): 10–11, Apr. 2005].  That is where Manual co-PI Nelson Zamora finally found photographed the depicted individual flowering, after having checked on it during every one of his frequent visits over the past three years.  The photos are vouchered by Zamora 3923.

Symplocos striata Kriebel & N. Zamora (Symplocaceae) Symplocos striata Kriebel & N. Zamora (Symplocaceae)
Symplocos striata Kriebel & N. Zamora (Symplocaceae)

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