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Specimen Record

ContinentAsia
CountryPalau
State/ProvinceKoror
LocalityNgerdis, On Savannah Hill Next To Cemetery.
Institution CodeUconn
Collection CodeConn
Catalog NumberConn00113911
Collected ByCarl A Salsedo
Date Collected1969-10-09

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The George Safford Torrey Herbarium (CONN) at the University of Connecticut supports botanical research in all disciplines, including systematics, taxonomy, biodiversity, ecology, ethnobotany, palaeobotany, evolution and education. With a total of slightly more than 200,000 specimens, the collection has representative species from around the world but is particularly strong in species of northeastern North America.

Contacts

Name Robert Capers
RolePlant collections manager
Emailrobert.capers@uconn.edu
Name Robert Capers
RolePlant collections manager
Emailrobert.capers@uconn.edu
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameManihot esculenta Crantz
Higher ClassficationPlantae; Dicotyledonae; Euphorbiales; Euphorbiaceae
KingdomDicotyledonae
Phylumtracheophyta
Classmagnoliopsida
OrderEuphorbiales
FamilyEuphorbiaceae
GenusManihot
Specific Epithetesculenta
Vernacular Nametapioca; yuca amarga; mandioca; manioc; cassava
Specimen
Previous IdentificationsManihot esculenta Crantz
Catalog NumberCONN00113911
Reproductive Conditionflowering
Institution CodeUConn
Collection CodeCONN
Occurrence IDurn:catalog:UConn:CONN:CONN00113911
Basis of RecordPreserved Specimen
Collection Event
Collected ByCarl A Salsedo
Collector Number278
Date Collected1969-10-09
Verbatim Date Collected9 Oct 1969
Year1969
Month10
Day9
Collection RemarksPlant 4-5' tall. Leaf stems and stems slightly reddish. Flowers white, petals pentamerous, stigma large. Fruit is a capsule. Seed 1/4 long, gray-black in color.
Locality
CountryPalau
Country CodePW
State / ProvinceKoror
MunicipalityNgerdis
Higher GeographyPalau; Koror; ; Ngerdis
Continentasia
LocalityNgerdis, on savannah hill next to cemetery.
HabitatIn garden on hill.
Other
Modified2011-04-28T00:00-0500
dwc:datasetID109888
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