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Signatura:Biblioteca OET: S8079.
Autor: Fryxell, Paul A.
Dirección: University of Texas, Department of Botany, Austin, TX 78713-7046, US E-mail: pfryxell@mail.utexas.edu.
Título: Talipariti (Malvaceae), a segregate from Hibiscus.
P.imprenta: v. 23, p. 225-270. Año 2001.
Serie: Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium.
Descriptores: PLANTS; SPERMATOPHYTES; MAGNOLIOPHYTA; MAGNOLIOPSIDA.
MALVALES; MALVACEAE; TALIPARITI TILIACEUM VAR. PERNAMBUCENSE; TAXONOMY; DESCRIPTION; DISTRIBUTION.
COSTA RICA; BELIZE; HONDURAS; NICARAGUA; CENTRAL AMERICA; MEXICO; NORTH AMERICA.
PARQUE NACIONAL SANTA ROSA; AREA DE CONSERVACION GUANACASTE; PARQUE NACIONAL CORCOVADO; SIRENA BIOLOGICAL STATION; AREA DE CONSERVACION OSA.
Resumen: Talipariti is segregated from Hibiscus L. in generic rank and described as new. In the past it has been variously treated in sectional rank, as Hibiscus sect. Azanzae DC.. or in generic rank. either under the name Puriti Adams, or under the name Paritium A. St.-Hil., both of which are illegitimate (nom. rejic.). The circumscription of the group has been narrowed over previous interpretations by the exclusion of several species that evidently have other affinities. The narrowed group is here interpreted to have 22 species, one including two varieties. One new species is proposed, Talipariti bowersiae. The genus is largely tropical, although one species reaches temperate climates in Japan and Korea. Talipariti is found in Southeast Asia, New Guinea, the Greater and Lesser Antilles. and along the coasts of Australia, India, South and Central America, and islands of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Several species have been taken into cultivation to some extent, largely as ornamental trees or shade trees, and one species (T. elation) has been the subject of plantings on a small scale for timber production
Compiled by: Organization for Tropical Studies


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