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Heliconia adflexa, Coban, Guatemala, Hotel Monja Blanca, FLAAR, by Nicholas Hellmuth

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Bibliography on Guayo, Talisia olivaeformis

PDF, Articles, Books on Talisia olivaeformis

  • CHAN, Albert
  • 2010
  • Diversidad florística y funcional a través de una cronosecuencia de la selva mediana subperennifolia en la zona de influencia de la Reserva de la Biosfera Calakmul, Campeche, México. Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza. 162 pages.

    Available Online:
    http://orton.catie.ac.cr/repdoc/A4922e/A4922e.pdf
  • GÓNGORA, Ricardo, FLORES, Salvador, RUENES, María, AGUILAR, Wilian and Jesús GARCÍA
  • 2016
  • Uso tradicional de la flora y fauna en los huertos familiares mayas en el municipio de Campeche, Campeche, México. Ecosistemas y Recursos agropecuarios. Vol. 3, No. 9. Pages 379-389.

    Available Online:
    www.scielo.org.mx/pdf/era/v3n9/2007-901X-era-3-09-00379.pdf
  • MACVEAN, Ana Lucrecia
  • 2003
  • Plantas útiles de Petén, Guatemala. Universidad del Valle de Guatemala. 168 pages.
  • NIEMBRO, Aníbal
  • n.d.
  • Talisia oliviformis (Kunth) Radlk. Part II – Species Descriptions. Pages 740-741.
  • RAMÍREZ, Maribel, URDANETA, Aly, URDANETA, Verónica and Danny GARCÍA
  • 2017
  • Efecto de los tratamientos pregerminativos en la emergencia y en el desarrollo inicial del cotoperiz (Talisia oliviformis (Kunth) Radlk). Pastos y forrajes. Vol. 40, No. 1. Pages 16-22.

    Available Online:
    http://scielo.sld.cu/pdf/pyf/v40n1/pyf02117.pdf
  • RONQUILLO, Fredy, MELGAR, Mario, CARRILLO, José and Anibal MARTÍNEZ
  • 1988
  • Colectar y descripción de especies vegetales de uso actual y potencial en alimentación y/o medicina, de las zonas semiáridas del nororiente de Guatemala. Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala. 249 pages.
  • STANDLEY, Paul C., and Julian A. STEYERMARK,
  • 1949
  • Flora of Guatemala. Fieldiana: Botany Vol. 24, Part VI. Chicago Natural History Museum.

    Available Online:
    www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/19937#page/13/mode/1up
  • Talisia olivaeformis (HBK.) Radlk. Sitzungsber. Bayer. Akad. 8: 342. 1878. Melicocca olivaeformis HBK. Nov. Gen. & Sp. 5: 100. 1821. Jurgay; Urugualle; Talpajocote; Kenep, Guayo, Uayum (Peten, Maya).

    Wooded ravines or moist or dry thickets, often planted about dwellings, 500 meters or less; Pete"n; Zacapa; Chiquimula; Baja Verapaz; Jutiapa; Guatemala. Chiapas; Yucatan; British Honduras; Colombia and Venezuela.

    A tree of 18 meters or less with dense spreading crown, the branchlets and petioles minutely puberulent or almost wholly glabrous; leaflets 4, opposite, elliptic to lance-oblong, mostly 5-12 cm. long, petiolulate, obtuse or short-acuminate with a very obtuse tip, acute to obtuse at the base, thinly coriaceous, the nerves and veins not conspicuous beneath; inflorescences axillary, often glomerate at the ends of the branches, usually small and shorter than the leaves, densely tomentulose, the pedicels 1-2 mm. long; flowers white, 3-4 mm. long, the sepals ovate, acute, tomentulose outside; petals ciliate; fruit subglobose, mammillate at the apex, densely and minutely pale-tomentulose.

    Called "tinaljuco" in Honduras. In Salvador there is a belief that the tree fruits only once every ten years, a belief probably without basis. It is said to be much planted in Peten, and to be found about the old ruined cities, as if persisting from former cultivation. The fruit is of a handsome sage-green, or at full maturity yellowish. In the fresh state the rind is firm but flexible, enclosing a considerable amount of dull orange-red pulp that has a slightly acid and agreeable flavor. The fruit is not popular in Central America, because of the competition of so many better ones, but it is sometimes sold in the markets, as at Chiquimula, where it was observed in some quantity in April.

    Note by Hellmuth, we found the fruit ripe on the trees in Izabal in late July.

  • ZAMORA, Pedro, GUTIÉRREZ, Celso, FOLAN, William, DOMÍNGUEZ, María, VILLEGAS, Pascale, CABRERA, Geucilio, CASTRO, Claudeth and Juan CARBALLO
  • 2012
  • La vegetación leñosa del sitio arqueológico de Oxpemul, municipio de Calakmul, Campeche, México. Polibotánica. No. 33. Pages 131-150.

    Available Online:
    www.redalyc.org/pdf/621/62124396009.pdf
  • ZAMORA, Pedro, GARCÍA, Gerardo, FLORES, José and Juan ORTIZ
  • 2008
  • Estructura y composición florística de la selva mediana subcaducifolia en el sur del estado de Yucatán, México. Polibotánica. No. 26. Pages 36-66.

    Available Online:
    http://www.polibotanica.mx/pdf/pb26/selva.pdf

 

Suggested webpages with photos and information on Talisia olivaeformis

http://tropical.theferns.info/viewtropical.php?id=Melicoccus+oliviformis
Information.

www.gbif.org/species/7265169
Photos and map location.

www.theplantlist.org/tpl1.1/record/kew-2510157
Synonyms.

 

First posted, January 2018
Bibliography prepared by Marcella Sarti, FLAAR Mesoamerica

 

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