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Cordia sebestena
Anaconda, Bartolomé, Cereza amarilla, Vomitel colorado / Aloe wood, Geiger tree


Cordia sebestena
Copyright by: Roger L. Hammer

Família/Family: Boraginaceae

Grupo/Group: Dicotiledónea/Dicotyledon.

Forma de vida/Life form: Árbol/Tree


Duración de vida/Lifespan: Perenne/Perennial.

Sustrato/Substrate: Terrestre/Terrestrial.

Distribución nativa/Native range: Nativa de las Indias Occidentales (Antillas Mayores [La Española, Cuba, Jamaica), Bahamas), Norteamérica (Estados Unidos [sur de Florida]), sur de México, Central América y Sudamérica (Colombia); naturalizada en las Antillas Menores, Puerto Rico y las Islas Vírgenes; ampliamente cultivada en los trópicos del mundo.
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Native to the West Indies (Greater Antillles [Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica], Bahamas), North America (United States [southern Florida], southern Mexico, Central America and South America (Colombia); naturalized in the Lesser Antilles, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico; widely cultivated in the tropics of the world.

Mapa de ubicaciones / Map of locations


ESTATUS EN LA ISLA DE PUERTO RICO/STATUS ON THE ISLAND OF PUERTO RICO
Presencia/Occurence: Presente/Present.

Origen/Origin: No nativo, naturalizado/Not native, naturalized.

Historia y distribución/History and distribution: Cited by Britton & Wilson (1925 [VI(1): 124]) as occasional along roadsides and much planted for ornament, and subsequently by Liogier & Martorell (1982), Liogier (1994 [IV: 315]) and Liogier & Martorell (2000) as planted for ornament and occasionally naturalized, especially in the southern districts, but excluded as only under cultivation by Axelrod (2011). However, this is cited as naturalized in Puerto Rico in the Flora of the West Indies (Acevedo-Rodríguez & Strong 2015).

TAXONOMÍA/TAXONOMY
Nombre científico con autores/Scientific name with authors: Cordia sebestena L.

Sinónimos/Synonyms: Sebesten sebestena (L.) Britton ex Small.




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Cordia sebestena
Copyright by: Roger L. Hammer
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