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Flora of the Lancetilla Valley, Honduras

Paul Carpenter Standley

Flora of the Lancetilla Valley, Honduras

by Paul Carpenter Standley

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Published by Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Honduras,
  • Lancetilla Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Botany -- Honduras -- Lancetilla Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Paul C. Standley.
      SeriesField Museum of Natural History. Publication 283, Botanical series,, v. 10, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1966) ;, 283., Fieldiana: botany ;, v. 10.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK1 .F4 vol. 10
      The Physical Object
      Pagination418 p.
      Number of Pages418
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6753893M
      LC Control Number31003719
      OCLC/WorldCa3778655

      El Doctor Standley permaneció en Lancetilla desde Noviembre de hasta Marzo de y dedicó gran parte de este tiempo al estudio detallado de la flora de este bosque. Posteriormente publicó un libro llamado “Flora of the Lancetilla Valley, Honduras” en el cual expone el estudio que realizó e incluyó las especies encontradas entre. The 'Lancetilla' mango mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in Honduras. History. The original tree is believed to have been the result of a cross between the Saigon and Mulgoba varieties by Wilson Popenoe, grown on his property in Lancetilla on the north coast of Honduras.. Lancetilla was introduced to the United States via south Florida and first received Breeder: Wilson Popenoe.

      Flora. The flora of Honduras is very varied. Pluvioselva, classified a tropical rain forest, is one of its most impressive vegetal ists designated it "Hygrophilous Megatérmic formation", for corresponding to regions of high humidity and constant high temperatures, with a single dominant species, like pines or firs, covering big areas. Bioparque Paradise, Lake Yojoa, "Paradise" BioPark and Coffee and Flower Farm is a beautiful natural conservation and production site, located in Los Naranjos Village. The White or Cold River and 5 waterfalls enliven its natural forests of colorful wood .

      Mesoamerican Biodiversity. By preserving biodiversity in this region we are supporting the world's economy and health. The challenge we face today is to help find and create as many supporting roles as possible to help preserve this biodiversity and to create jobs for Honduras starting with the support of the rehabilitation of the Lancetilla Valley. Flora of the Aguan Valley and the Coastal Regions near La Cieba, Honduras. By T. G. Yuncker. pages, 8 illus. Flora of the Lancetilla Valley, Honduras. By Paul C. Standley. pages, 68 illus. Volume 11 (Complete in Six Numbers) A Contribution to the Flora of Honduras. By T. G. Yuncker. pages, 18 plates.


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BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. Flora of the Lancetilla Valley, Honduras, by Paul C. Standley. By Paul Carpenter Standley Topics: Botany, Honduras, Lancetilla ValleyCited by: 8. A coarse branching shrub or tree meters high; leaflets numerous, oblong, densely pubescent, cm. long or larger, rounded at the apex; flowers large, in long dense racemes, the sepals and bracts orange, the petals FLORA OF LANCETILLA VALLEY bright yellow; pods flat, thin, cm.

long, cm. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but Flora of the Lancetilla Valley may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Paul Carpenter Standley.

In his book "Flora of the Lancetilla Valley, Honduras" he describes his work that in addition, includes the species between Tela and Progreso.

Other collectors of plants of this region were: Mr. Percy Wilson of the Botanical Garden of New York inElizabeth R.

Mitchell in and Sir W.D. Hottle in One of the largest tropical botanical gardens in the world, The Lancetilla Botanical Garden & Research Center spans some 1, hectares and boasts a very large variety of plants from the Central American region, as well as from other tropical lands from throughout our planet.

Neurolaena lobata is a usually sparsely branched, perenial plant, often shrubby, that can grow 1 - 4 metres tall. A popular local remedy, especially for malaria, the plant is commonly harvested from the wild for local use. It is sometimes cultivated for its medicinal uses in Honduras, particularly as a remedy for malaria.

The Lancetilla Botanical Garden and Research Center in Tela on the Caribbean coast of Honduras. Known as the green treasure of Honduras.

This is one of the largest and most diverse botanical gardens in the world. If you love nature, this is a must see. 4/5(). Visitors to Honduras can slow things down with visits to two spectacular botanical gardens.

One is the Lancetilla Botanical Garden in Tela the second largest tropical botanical garden in the world. The Lancetilla Botanical Gardens is just to the west of the city of Tela, on the CA13 highway. It has a good visitor’s center that provides plenty of information regarding the diversity of Lancetilla.

A network of trails within the garden and its. Fauna in Honduras. Honduras is one of the most biodiverse countries in Latin America. With more than 45% of the country covered in forest, by far the highest amount in all of Central America, much of the flora and fauna of the country remain pristine and untrammeled.

Lancetilla Botanical Garden and Research Center Honduras This incredibly diverse research station is one of the largest tropical botanical gardens in the world. Among his many publications are The Flora of the Lancetilla Valley(Honduras), The Flora of Costa Rica, The Rubiaceae of Colombia, also of Ecuador, of Bolivia and of Venezuela.

In he began The Flora of Guatemala, which also attracted many new collections to the Museum. Standley's many achievements, together with a phenomenal memory that allowed. The Genus Piper (Piperaceae) in Honduras Article (PDF Available) in Novon A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature 17(Mar ) January Author: Allan Jay Bornstein.

The Lancetilla Botanical Garden and Research Center is located five km southeast of the seaside resort town of Tela on the Caribbean coast of Honduras.

It was founded in to test the adaptability and marketability of plantain. Over the years the Garden’s collection of plantains has become one of the largest and most diverse in the world.

Saurauia kegeliana is a tree growing - metres tall. The edible fruits are gathered from the wild for local use. A popular fruit within the plants native range, it is often sold in local markets, where it is known as 'capulin', 'capulin months', 'alais', and 'cresta de gallo'[.Lancetilla Botanical Garden is a botanical garden and significant tourist attraction located on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, in the north of the Republic of Honduras, about 7 km southeast of the city of Tela.

Lancetilla Botanical Garden is situated meters northeast of Lancetilla Valley. Photo: Thaumaturgist, CC BY-SA The 'Lancetilla' mango mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in Honduras.

Lancetilla Botanical Garden is situated meters north of Jardin Botanico Lancetilla. Photo: Thaumaturgist, CC BY-SA