When time and funding permit, each flower (each plant species) will have its own page, and its own PDF, and eventually its own PPT so that professors and students have plenty of material on Guatemala (and Honduras, etc) to study.

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

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Bibliography on jícaro, Crescentia cujete

Jícaro, Crescentia cujete, like C. alata, is a recognized species due to its usefulness for making bowls. In addition, there are several studies that show that it’s useful to fight diseases caused by fungi. Like C. alata, C cujete is an important species for scientific research due to its diverse utilities for the human being and the ecosystem.

PDF, Articles, Books on Crescentia cujete

  • AGARWAL, M. and S. CHAUHAN
  • 2015
  • Anti-mycobacterial potential of Crescentia cujete (Bignoniaceae). International Journal of Advanced Research in Botany. Vol. 1, No. 1. Pages 1-9.

    Available Online:
    www.arcjournals.org/pdfs/ijarb/v1-i1/1.pdf

 

Suggested webpages with photos and information on Crescentia cujete

http://orton.catie.ac.cr/repdoc/A0009s/A0009s145.pdf
Information.

www.arbolesornamentales.es/Crescentiacujete.htm
Information.

www.medicinatradicionalmexicana.unam.mx/monografia.php?l=3&t=Crescentia%20cujete&id=7659
Information.

http://eol.org/pages/578228/overview
Photos and map location.

http://tropical.theferns.info/viewtropical.php?id=Crescentia+cujete
Information and photos.

www.gbif.org/species/5415081
Map location.

www.tropicaldesigns.com/tta6.html
Photos and information.

 

First posted, January 2018

 

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