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Ceiba, Bosque Estatal/State Forest
Municipios/Municipalities: Ceiba, Fajardo
Latitude: 18.316666º Longitude: -65.631688º
Agencia Administradora/Managing Agency: Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Ambientales/Department of Natural and Environmental Resources

Hemos ingresado datos para 38 tipos de plantas/We have entered data for 38 kinds of plants

Agrupar por Familia/Group By Family:

Nombre Científico/
Scientific Name:
Presencia/
Occurrence:
Origen/
Origin:
Estatus Introducido/
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Estatus invasivo/
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Estatus Cultivado/
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Referencia/
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Váucher/
Voucher:
Abrus precatorius Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Assumed to be Invasive 51468
Amphilophium lactiflorum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Asystasia gangetica Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Assumed to be Invasive 51468
Avicennia germinans Present Native Not Introduced Native 27113
Cayaponia americana Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Centrosema virginianum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Chiococca alba Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Cissampelos pareira Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Cissus verticillata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Conocarpus erectus Present Native Not Introduced Native 27113
Convolvulus nodiflorus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Cuscuta americana Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Cynophalla flexuosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Dolichandra unguis-cati Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Gouania lupuloides Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Heteropterys purpurea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Hippocratea volubilis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Hylocereus trigonus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Ipomoea indica Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Ipomoea setifera Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Ipomoea tiliacea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Iresine diffusa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Jacquemontia pentanthos Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Jasminum fluminense Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Assumed to be Invasive 51468
Laguncularia racemosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 27113
Lasiacis divaricata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Margaritopsis microdon Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Merremia quinquefolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Rhizophora mangle Present Native Not Introduced Native 27113
Rhynchosia reticulata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Securidaca virgata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Senegalia westiana Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Serjania lucida Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Stigmaphyllon emarginatum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Tragia volubilis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Trichostigma octandrum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Varronia polycephala Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468
Vigna luteola Present Native Not Introduced Native 51468


References:
References:
Acevedo-Rodríguez, P. 2005. Vines and Climbing Plants of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Volume 51: 1-483. Link to publication. Link to checklist. Link to abstract. Link to key to vine families.
Little, E.L. Jr., and F.H. Wadsworth. 1964. Common Trees of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 249. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
Little, E.L. Jr., R.O. Woodbury, and F.H. Wadsworth. 1974. Trees of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Second Volume. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 449. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.