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Synonyms for Sloanea

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ex Urb.) Gaertn., Sloanea curatellifolia Griseb., Pimenta odiolens (Urb.) Burret, Podocarpus ekmanii Urb., Tabernaemontana amblyocarpa Urb., Ilex hypaneura Loes, Guatteria blainii (Griseb.) Urb., Neobracea valenzuelana (A.
In addition, he named plants Sloanea after Hans Sloane, Suriana after his dead colleague Surian, Lobelia after the curator of the botanical garden at Oxford, and Magnolia after Pierre Magnol (1637-1715), director of the botanical garden at Marseille.
Besides Castanopsis itself, which produces prolific quantities of small nuts, Bulmer and Bulmer (1964: 69) list a number of other trees with edible nuts and seeds, including Elaeocarpus, Sloanea, Finschia, Sterculia and especially Pandanus ...; vines with edible fruits; many trees, shrubs and ferns with edible foliage; many kinds of edible fungi; and wild edible yam-like tubers, apparently of the genus Dioscorea.
D.C.), Motillo, Sloanea berteriana Choisy, Guaba, Inga vera Willd., and Guama, I.
It is dominated by Dacryodes excelsa, Manilkara bidentata and Sloanea berteriana, and occupies nearly 70% of the Luquillo Experiment Forest (Ewel and Whitmore 1973, Cox et al.
In the Windward Islands, at the southeastern tip of the Caribbean, typical trees of the forest canopy include Sloanea caribea (Elaeocarpaceae) and other species of the same genus, and Canarium spp.
Possibly the sterculia caribaea for the mapu, and the sloanea for the "acomat," these being among the very tall Caribbean mountain trees.
Bosque Se localizan especies como cedro amargo (Carapa guianensis), fruta dorada (Virola sp), sangrillo (Pterocarpus officinalis), guayabon (Terminalia lucida), mientras en las areas de pendiente fuerte y onduladas con presencia de especies como ceiba (Ceiba Pentandra) y Sloanea laurifolia.
A esta especie le siguen en importancia Mauritia flexuosa y Attalea butyracea, que se destacan por su abundancia y sobre todo por su dominancia relativa; Sloanea terniflora es igualmente dominante y frecuente que Attalea butyracea, pero con menos individuos (Tabla 4).