Machaerium stipitatum Vogel (1837: 189)

Rauber, Cristiane Ritter, Lima, Laura Cristina Pires, Caxambu, Marcelo Galeazzi & Temponi, Lívia Godinho, 2021, Synopsis of Leguminosae from Iguaçu National Park, Paraná, Brazil, Phytotaxa 501 (2), pp. 245-280: 263-265

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/phytotaxa.501.2.2

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scientific name

Machaerium stipitatum Vogel (1837: 189)
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38. Machaerium stipitatum Vogel (1837: 189)   . ( Fig. 7B View FIGURE 7 )

Distribution: In Brazil it occurs in the South, Southeast, Central-west regions and in Bahia in the Northeast ( Flora do Brasil 2020). In ParNa Iguaçu it occurs in all three areas.

Reproductive period: It flowers from March to May and fruits from February to September ( Sartori & Tozzi 1998). In ParNa Iguaçu it was found with fruits from March to July.

Diagnostic characteristics: Trees with pinnate leaves recognized by the presence of elliptical leaflets with a retuse apex, sericeous on the abaxial surface and glaucous in color ( Sartori & Tozzi 1998). Conservation: Native-NE. Selected examined material: BRAZIL. Paraná: Area 1, Céu Azul , 19 June 2015, (fr.), M.G. Caxambu 6587 ( HCF, MBM)   ; Area 2, Capanema , 03 September 2019, (fr.), C.R. Rauber 424 ( UNOP)   ; Area 3, Foz do Iguaçu , 07 May 2019, (fr.), C.R. Rauber et al. 404 ( UNOP)   .

HCF

Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná

MBM

San Jose State University, Museum of Birds and Mammals