Details of record no: 73821

Margaritaria discoidea (Baill.) G.L. Webster
var. nitida (Pax) Radcl.-Sm.

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Record details:

Date: 24 Oct 2006
Recorder(s):J Stevens
Collector(s):
Determiner(s):J Stevens
Confirmer(s):MG Bingham
Herbarium:
Habitat:
Location: Ferme Randu, southwest Katanga Province, DRC
Location code(s):
Outing code:
Planted code: Not planted
Country: Democratic Republic of Congo
Quarter Degree Square: 0922B4
Grid reference:
FZ Divisions (Flora Zambesiaca):
Current administrative provinces:
Altitude (metres): 0
Notes: The leaves of M. discoidea var.nitida are slightly oblong while the leaves of M. discoidea var. triplosphaera are somewhat egg shaped (obovate). The fruits of var. triplophaera are clearly different (more deeply lobed) from var. nitida.
Latitude, Longitude: -9.317561, 22.931994
Location Accuracy Code: 4

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Images:

Image: 15

Margaritaria discoidea var. nitida
Species id:134450
Image id:15
Image number:24659
Photographer: J Stevens
Picture labelKatanga Province, DRC
Oct 2006
Photo: Jos Stevens
Code 1 if image of a herbarium specimen:0
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Image notes:The leaves of M. discoidea var.nitida are slightly oblong while the leaves of M. discoidea var. triplosphaera are somewhat egg shaped (obovate). The fruits of var. triplophaera are clearly different (more deeply lobed) from var. nitida.

Copyright: Mike Bingham, Annette Willemen, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Mark Hyde, 2011-21

Bingham, M.G., Willemen, A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. and Hyde, M.A. (2021). Flora of Zambia: Individual record no: 73821: Margaritaria discoidea.
https://www.zambiaflora.com/speciesdata/species-record.php?record_id=73821, retrieved 21 April 2021

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