Cariniana legalis is a species of woody plant in the Lecythidaceae family. It is found in south-eastern Brazil, where is known as jequitibá-branco or jequitibá-rosa. Jequitiba rosa tree (Cariniana legalis) Tableland Atlantic Rainforest of Vale Natural Reserve, municipality of Linhares, Esparito Santo State, Eastern Brazil. Cariniana legalis, es una especie botánica de planta leñosa en la familia de las Lecythidaceae. Es un árbol que por su tamaño y belleza ha dado su nombre a.
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Eleven loci were polymorphic, revealing a maximum of two to 15 alleles per locus in C. The primers identified polymorphic loci that are suitable to study genetic diversity and structure, mating system, and gene flow in C.
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Cariniana legalis (Mart.) Kuntze — The Plant List
Lecythidaceae is a cariniana legalis of trees native to South America, and many of these tree species are harvested for timber. Forest fragmentation isolates and decreases the natural populations of these trees. In the original description of Couratari legalis Martius did not cite the type, and the Martius herbarium cariniana legalis Bruxelles contains six sheets from various collectors.
Knuth b cited Martius 60 as the type but he apparently only studied the Cariniana legalis material. Cariniana legalis this study the same collection is chosen as the type, but the Bruxelles sheet from the Martius herbarium is the lectotype.
Martius herbarium cariniana legalis is labelled at Bruxelles as Luschnath 60 and it is probable that Luschnath was the collector of the type.
Another apparent duplicate cariniana legalis the same collection at Bruxelles is labelled Herb Martius Inflorescences terminal and subterminal little-branched panicles or racemes, the rachis and branches puberulous; pedicels 0. Petals oblong-ovate, ca 4.
World Flora Online
The androecium ca cariniana legalis. The wood is much used commercially. The bark is said to have medicinal properties.