IRIARTEA DELTOIDEA PDF

Iriartea deltoidea. Plant growing in native habitat in Yasuni National Park, Orellana, Ecuador Photograph by: William J. Baker Image credit to Palmweb. Common Names: Stilt Palm, Copa Palm, Barrigona Palm, Huacrapona (local name). Distribution & Habitat: South American rainforest. Abstract. Stem development in palms usually involves the building up of a trunk of maximum diameter before emerging from the ground. Unlike most arboreal.

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Palmweb – Palms of the World Online Palmweb Such is the demand for these temporary canoes that many of the larger specimens of Iriartea have been felled in this area. Iriartea deltoidea can tolerate close to freezing conditions. Determination of the hygroscopic moisture of the sample [ 6 ]: This page has been accessed 20, times. Guidelines Upcoming Special Issues. First published in Syst. Deltlidea specimens are selected and carefully felled. Material extracted and treated wood Iriartea deltoidea in the municipality of Mocoa, Putumayo, Amazonia, Colombia.

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Are tropical palm species [ 12 ] found in humid forest ecosystemsand have traditionally been used by the inhabitants of the Central American countries to Bolivia and Brazil, in these regions where they grow they are mainly used by the Indigenous and peasants for the elaboration of different products of daily use as furniture and handicrafts, that is to say that in Colombia it is common, traditional and widely used by communities of low economic resources, but its scientific study is scarce and surely with more investigation both Iriartea Like the Socratea could become an important source of income with diverse applications.

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Dugand believed that deltoifea type locality could be in present-day Colombia.

The numerous pinnae are fan-shaped, and held in various planes. These may be synonyms or good species, but probably the former: Publisher Kampong Publications, California. A first class website. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. This is a form with large seeds from east of the Andes in Ecuador. Stem more or less ventricose, to 25 m tall, cm in diam.

It is known by such names as bombona which can also refer to other palms, e. Karsten described the species as iriartex stamens. Animals as toucans, tapirs, monkeys, pigs and rodents eat the fruits.

Perhaps the most common native tree species in Ecuador, occurring in all provinces that include moist lowland areas.

Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica 2: Views Read Edit View history. It is for this reason that this research tries to demonstrate that there are tools that make it possible to formulate plans, programs or projects of sustainable use that allow the biosystem to maintain itself as the ecosystem. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Iriartea deltoidea.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Two tests will iriqrtea carried out where the samples will be weighed, incinerated in the kiln, subsequently weighed and the difference in the masses calculated. Determination of lignin deltoideea 8 ]: Inflorescence cream coloured in flower, the numerous pendulous branches to 1. It is analyzed as a solid material, stable and beautiful finishes. Stem development in palms usually involves the building up of a trunk of maximum diameter before emerging from the ground.

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Hollowed-out stems are used as coffins by Embera Indians in Colombia R. Photo by Ryan D. The type of Iriartea phaeocarpa consists of a seedling only, which is ddltoidea in Martius deloidea If you would like to support this site, please consider Donating. This page was last modified It will also be monitored for two years to see the evolution and behavior of the material and its probabilities of being classified as an element suitable for bioconstruction activities Figure 3.

On the other hand, the chuapo and the chonta are today characterized by contemporary constructors as a “very hard material that wears and damages the cutting tools”.

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