Calyptranthes dardanoi Mattos (1990: 1)

Amorim, Bruno S. & Alves, Marccus, 2012, Myrtaceae from lowland Atlantic Forest areas in the State of Pernambuco, Northeastern Brazil, Phytotaxa 40, pp. 33-54: 37

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.11646/phytotaxa.40.1.6

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4927237

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scientific name

Calyptranthes dardanoi Mattos (1990: 1)
status

 

1. Calyptranthes dardanoi Mattos (1990: 1)   . [ Fig 2A, B View FIGURE 2 ; Fig 5A View FIGURE 5 ]

Endemic to the Atlantic Forest ( Sobral et al. 2009). Previously known only from the State of Pernambuco ( Govaerts et al. 2010, Sobral et al 2010), now recorded in States of Paraíba, Alagoas and Sergipe.

Trees or shrubs 3–5 m tall. This species differs by often having dichotomous branching, paniculate inflorescences, the calyx closed in bud and falling as a calyptra, globose fruit crowned by circular scars.

Selected specimens: BRAZIL. Pernambuco: Igarassu, Refúgio Ecológico Charles Darwin , 18.III.1997, fr., M. Moraes 06 et al. (UFP);   Usina São José, 20.II.2009, fl., B.S. Amorim 389a et al. (UFP);   Recife, Parque Ecológico de Dois Irmãos , 21.XII.1954, fl., G. Mariz s/n et al. ( IPA 13787 View Materials ).   Alagoas: Maceió, Parque Municipal de Maceió , 12.XI.2002, fl., R.P. Lyra-Lemos et al. 7138 (MAC).   Paraíba: João Pessoa, Mangabeira, 20.XI.1992, fl., O.T. Moura et al. 922 (JPB).   Sergipe: Santo Amaro das Brotas, 19.XII.2008, fl., J.E. Nascimento et al. 493 (ASE)   .