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Signatura:Biblioteca OET: U.
Autor: Fryxell, Paul A.
Dirección: University of Texas, Department of Botany, Austin, TX 78713-7046, US E-mail: pfryxell@mail.utexas.edu.
Título: A revision of the American species of Hibiscus Section Bombicella (Malvaceae). Revisión de las especies americanas de Hibiscus Sección Bombicella (Malvaceae).
P.imprenta: no. 1624, p. 1-53. Año 1980.
Serie: U.S. Department of Agriculture. Technical Bulletin.
Descriptores: PLANTS; SPERMATOPHYTES; MAGNOLIOPHYTA; MAGNOLIOPSIDA.
MALVALES; MALVACEAE; HIBISCUS PHOENICEUS; HIBISCUS PURPUSII; HIBISCUS JALISCENSIS; HIBISCUS RIBIFOLIUS; HIBISCUS CITRINUS; HIBISCUS ACICULARIS; HIBISCUS BISEPTUS; HIBISCUS ELEGANS; HIBISCUS COULTERI; HIBISCUS POEPPIGII; HIBISCUS NELSONII; HIBISCUS SPIRALIS; HIBISCUS PERIPTEROIDES; HIBISCUS COLIMENSIS; HIBISCUS ACAPULCENSIS; HIBISCUS KOCHII; HIBISCUS LAVATEROIDES; HIBISCUS ESCOBARIAE; HIBISCUS LONGIFILUS; HIBISCUS CARDIOPHYLLUS; HIBISCUS DENUDATUS; BOMBICELLA; SYSTEMATIC BOTANY; TAXONOMY; KEY.
COSTA RICA; GUATEMALA; BELIZE; EL SALVADOR; NICARAGUA; HONDURAS; PANAMA; CENTRAL AMERICA; MEXICO; USA; NORTH AMERICA; CUBA; JAMAICA; WEST INDIES; GUYANA; CURACAO; VENEZUELA; SOUTH AMERICA.
PARQUE NACIONAL SANTA ROSA; AREA DE CONSERVACION GUANACASTE.
Resumen: Twenty-one species of Hibiscus, seven of them newly described, are treated. They range in distribution from the southern United States (Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona) to northwestern South America (Venezuela to Peru), including the West Indies and Central America. All but one of the species occur in Mexico, which is the area of principal development of the section. Chromosome counts (2n = 22) are known for six of the species. Most of the species are subshrubs of relatively and habitats, and most have showy (though sometimes small) flowers. The colors may be bright yellow, scarlet, lavender, or sometimes white. One lavender-flowered species (H. lavateroides) has been cultivated as a garden ornamental to a limited extent. Some of the scarlet-flowered species have exserted genitalia similar to Malvaviscus and Periptera, three groups that well may have common pollinators. Other species of section Bombicella from beyond the Americas (Africa, Asia, Australia) are not treated in the present work
Compiled by: Organization for Tropical Studies


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