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Cariniana
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Cariniana is a genus of trees in the family Lecythidaceae, first described as a genus in 1842.[2][3] The entire genus is native to South America.[1] Many are of importance for timber production.[4][5][6][7] Species of this genus may be known commonly as jequitibá.[8]

Species[1]
  1. Cariniana domestica - Brazil, Bolivia
  2. Cariniana estrellensis - Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru
  3. Cariniana ianeirensis - Brazil, Bolivia
  4. Cariniana legalis - E Brazil
  5. Cariniana micrantha - W Brazil
  6. Cariniana parvifolia - Espírito Santo
  7. Cariniana penduliflora Rondônia
  8. Cariniana pyriformis - Colombia, Venezuela
  9. Cariniana rubra - Brazil
Formerly included

(moved to other genera: Allantoma, Couratari)

  1. C. decandra - Allantoma decandra
  2. C. integrifolia - Allantoma integrifolia
  3. C. kuhlmannii - Allantoma kuhlmannii
  4. C. multiflora - Allantoma pluriflora
  5. C. pachyantha - Allantoma pachyantha
  6. C. paraensis - Couratari guianensis
  7. C. pauciramosa - Allantoma pauciramosa
  8. C. uaupensis - Allantoma uaupensis

References

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  1. ^ a b c Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Casaretto, Giovanni. 1842. Novarum Stirpium Brasiliensium Decades 4: 35–36
  3. ^ Tropicos, Cariniana Casar.
  4. ^ Killeen, T. J., E. García Estigarribia & S. G. Beck. (eds.) 1993. Guía de Árboles de Bolivia 1–958. Herbario Nacional de Bolivia & Missouri Botanical Garden, Edit. Quipus srl., La Paz.
  5. ^ Killeen, T. J. & T. S. Schulenberg. 1998. A biological assessment of Parque Nacional Noel Kempff Mercado, Bolivia. Rapid Assessment Program Working Papers 10: 1–372
  6. ^ Justiniano, M. J. & T. Fredericksen. 1998. Cariniana ianeirensis (Lecythidaceae) a new record for Bolivia. Revista de la Sociedad Boliviana de Botánica 2(1): 70–74
  7. ^ Prance, G. T. & S.A. Mori. 1979. Lecythidaceae–Part I. The actinomorphic–flowered New World Lecythidaceae (Asteranthos, Gustavia, Grias, Allantoma, & Cariniana). Flora Neotropica, Monograph 21: 1–270.
  8. ^ Richter, H.G., and Dallwitz, M.J. 2000 onwards. Cariniana spp. Archived November 21, 2015, at the Wayback Machine. Commercial Timbers. Version: 25th June 2009.


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Cariniana: Brief Summary
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Cariniana is a genus of trees in the family Lecythidaceae, first described as a genus in 1842. The entire genus is native to South America. Many are of importance for timber production. Species of this genus may be known commonly as jequitibá.

Species Cariniana domestica - Brazil, Bolivia Cariniana estrellensis - Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru Cariniana ianeirensis - Brazil, Bolivia Cariniana legalis - E Brazil Cariniana micrantha - W Brazil Cariniana parvifolia - Espírito Santo Cariniana penduliflora Rondônia Cariniana pyriformis - Colombia, Venezuela Cariniana rubra - Brazil Formerly included

(moved to other genera: Allantoma, Couratari)

C. decandra - Allantoma decandra C. integrifolia - Allantoma integrifolia C. kuhlmannii - Allantoma kuhlmannii C. multiflora - Allantoma pluriflora C. pachyantha - Allantoma pachyantha C. paraensis - Couratari guianensis C. pauciramosa - Allantoma pauciramosa C. uaupensis - Allantoma uaupensis
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