Hirtella

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Hirtella
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Hirtella racemosa
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Malpighiales
Family: Chrysobalanaceae
Genus: Hirtella
L.
Synonyms[1]
  • Tachibota Aubl.
  • Causea Scop.
  • Salmasia Schreb. 1789, illegitimate superfluous name, not Bubani 1873 (syn of Aira in Poaceae)
  • Brya Vell. 1829, illegitimate homonym, not P. Browne 1756 (Fabaceae)
  • Sphenista Raf.
  • Zamzela Raf.

Hirtella is a genus of plants in family Chrysobalanaceae described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1753.[2][3][4][5]

Hirtella is native to warmer regions in Latin America, the West Indies, southeastern Africa, and Madagascar.[1][6][7]

species[1]
  1. Hirtella adderleyi - S Venezuela
  2. Hirtella adenophora - Meta
  3. Hirtella aequatoriensis - Ecuador
  4. Hirtella americana - Guerrero to Ecuador; Cuba, Dom Rep
  5. Hirtella angustifolia - Brazil
  6. Hirtella angustissima - Guyana, Fr Guiana
  7. Hirtella araguariensis - N Brazil, Fr Guiana
  8. Hirtella aramangensis - N Peru
  9. Hirtella arenosa - N Brazil
  10. Hirtella bahiensis - Bahia, Espírito Santo
  11. Hirtella barnebyi - Rondônia
  12. Hirtella barrosoi - Rio de Janeiro
  13. Hirtella beckii - Bolivia
  14. Hirtella bicornis - trop South America
  15. Hirtella brachystachys - SE Colombia, S Venezuela, NW Brazil
  16. Hirtella bullata - N South America
  17. Hirtella burchellii - Brazil, Peru, Bolivia
  18. Hirtella caduca - Guyana, Bolívar
  19. Hirtella carbonaria - S Colombia, N Ecuador
  20. Hirtella castillana - SE Colombia, S Venezuela
  21. Hirtella ciliata - Guyana, Fr Guiana, Brazil
  22. Hirtella conduplicata - Amazonas B
  23. Hirtella confertiflora - Amazonas V
  24. Hirtella cordifolia - Amazonas V
  25. Hirtella corymbosa - Bahia, Espírito Santo
  26. Hirtella couepiiflora - Fr Guiana, Amapá
  27. Hirtella cowanii - Amazonas V
  28. Hirtella davisii - Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Venezuela, N Brazil, Fr Guiana, Guyana
  29. Hirtella deflexa - S Venezuela
  30. Hirtella dorvalii - N Brazil
  31. Hirtella duckei - trop South America
  32. Hirtella elongata - NW South America
  33. Hirtella enneandra - Colombia
  34. Hirtella eriandra - trop South America
  35. Hirtella excelsa - W South America
  36. Hirtella fasciculata - N Brazil
  37. Hirtella floribunda - Minas Gerais
  38. Hirtella glabrata - S Venezuela, N Brazil
  39. Hirtella glandulistipula - Fr Guiana, N Brazil
  40. Hirtella glandulosa - trop South America
  41. Hirtella glaziovii - S Brazil
  42. Hirtella gracilipes - trop South America
  43. Hirtella guainiae - trop South America
  44. Hirtella guatemalensis - Central America
  45. Hirtella guyanensis - Venezuela, Guyana
  46. Hirtella hebeclada - SE Brazil
  47. Hirtella hispidula - trop South America
  48. Hirtella hoehnei - Brazil
  49. Hirtella insignis - Bahia, Espírito Santo
  50. Hirtella juruenensis - Mato Grosso
  51. Hirtella kuhlmannii - Mato Grosso, Pará
  52. Hirtella lancifolia - Pará
  53. Hirtella latifolia - Panama, Colombia, Ecuador
  54. Hirtella lemsii - Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras
  55. Hirtella leonotis - N Colombia, N Venezuela
  56. Hirtella liesneri - SE Colombia, S Venezuela
  57. Hirtella lightioides - Peru, Bolivia
  58. Hirtella longifolia - Amazonas B
  59. Hirtella longipedicellata - N Brazil, S Venezuela
  60. Hirtella macrophylla - trop South America
  61. Hirtella macrosepala - E Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname
  62. Hirtella magnifolia - SE Colombia, N Peru, N Brazil
  63. Hirtella maguirei - Meta
  64. Hirtella margae - Guyana, Suriname, Fr Guiana
  65. Hirtella martiana - Brazil
  66. Hirtella mucronata - Guyana, Suriname, N Brazil
  67. Hirtella mutisii - Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
  68. Hirtella myrmecophila - N Brazil
  69. Hirtella obidensis - Guyana, Suriname, N Brazil
  70. Hirtella orbicularis - Cerro Duida
  71. Hirtella paniculata - St. Vincent, Trinidad, N South America
  72. Hirtella papillata - Costa Rica, Honduras
  73. Hirtella paraensis - NE Brazil
  74. Hirtella parviunguis - Espírito Santo
  75. Hirtella pauciflora - Ecuador
  76. Hirtella pendula - Lesser Antilles
  77. Hirtella physophora - N South America
  78. Hirtella pilosissima - trop South America
  79. Hirtella pimichina - S Venezuela, N Brazil
  80. Hirtella piresii - trop South America
  81. Hirtella punctillata - NE South America
  82. Hirtella racemosa - Veracruz to Bolivia, Trinidad, Jamaica
  83. Hirtella radamii - Roraima
  84. Hirtella rasa - Peru, Acre
  85. Hirtella revillae - N Peru
  86. Hirtella rodriguesii - Loreto, NW Brazil
  87. Hirtella rugosa - Puerto Rico, Dom Rep
  88. Hirtella santosii - Bahia
  89. Hirtella scaberula - Amazonas B
  90. Hirtella scabra - N South America
  91. Hirtella schultesii - NW South America
  92. Hirtella silicea - NE South America, Trinidad
  93. Hirtella sprucei - Brazil
  94. Hirtella standleyi - Loreto
  95. Hirtella subglanduligera - Acre
  96. Hirtella subscandens - S Venezuela, N Brazil
  97. Hirtella suffulta - N Brazil, Fr Guiana
  98. Hirtella tentaculata - NE South America
  99. Hirtella tenuifolia - N Brazil, Fr Guiana, Suriname
  100. Hirtella thouarsiana - Madagascar
  101. Hirtella tocantina - N Brazil, Peru, Bolivia
  102. Hirtella triandra - West Indies; C Mexico to Bolivia
  103. Hirtella trichotoma - Costa Rica
  104. Hirtella tubiflora - Costa Rica to Ecuador
  105. Hirtella ulei - SE Colombia, S Venezuela, N Brazil
  106. Hirtella vesiculosa - SE Colombia
  107. Hirtella zanzibarica - Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Linnaeus, Carl von. 1753. Species Plantarum 1: 34 in Latin
  3. ^ Tropicos, Hirtella L.
  4. ^ Prance, G.T. & Sothers, C.A. (2003). Chrysobalanaceae 1 & 2. Species Plantarum: Flora of the World 9, 10: 1-319, 1-268. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.
  5. ^ Prance, G. T. & F. White. 1988. The genera of Chrysobalanaceae: a study in practical and theoretical taxonomy and its relevance to evolutionary biology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 320: 1–184.
  6. ^ Davidse, G., M. Sousa Sánchez, S. Knapp & F. Chiang Cabrera. 2015. Erythroxylaceae a Icacinaceae. 3(2): ined. In G. Davidse, M. Sousa Sánchez, S. Knapp & F. Chiang Cabrera (eds.) Flora Mesoamericana. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
  7. ^ Prance, G. T. 1976. Additions to neotropical Chrysobalanaceae. Brittonia 28(2): 209–230