Buddleja coriacea in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. We have Ian Barclay to thank for sharing with us his collection from high elevations in Peru of this distinctive Buddleia. Densely ranked leaves with a gleaming. Monographs Details: Buddleja coriacea Remy. Authority: Norman, E. M. Buddlejaceae. Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. (Published by NYBG Press).
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The scented inflorescences comprise 3—8 pairs of head-like cymes, 0. This leaflet on Buddleja coriacea contains brief notes on taxonomy taxonomy Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Equipment see more detailsdescriptions descriptions Subject Category: We use this information ubddleja provide you with access to the My CABI service, to provide you with technical or product support, and to keep the service working securely.
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Danida Forest Seed Centre. Other specimens match it well, especially from the same area as the type, such as Hammarlund Natural Processes see more details and pretreatment, and sowing and seed germination seed germination Subject Category: Organism Groups see more detailsnomenclature nomenclature Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more detailsfruiting fruiting Subject Category: Flowering occurs throughout the year, but most commonly between December and June.
An infusion of the leaves yields a yellow dye De Mayolo Buddleja arborea Meyen, may be an earlier name for this taxon.
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Flower heads of Buddleja coriacea or kiswara tree
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This leaflet on Buddleja coriacea contains brief notes on taxonomy and nomenclature, distribution and habit, uses, botanical description, a fruit and seed description, flowering and fruiting habit, harvest information, seed processing and handling, seed storage and viability, seed dormancy and Corolla deep yellow turning orange, tubular-salverform, tomentulose outside, inside glabrous, tube 4.
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Seeds type 2, oblong, 1. For example, the lectotype has an inflorescence more highly branched than average. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.
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This is one of the most commonly cultivated trees or shrubs in the altiplano of Peru and Bolivia, and it is planted in town squares and can be seen in many properties near stone walls.