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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It is understood by integrated biosystems such as those that link two or more biological systems to transform organic waste into value-added products, through the use of processes involving microorganisms, major organisms, animals and plants. Iriartea deltoidea stilt roots William J.

Views Read View source View history. The characters of the pinna shape and calyx trichomes are of little importance. As lriartea result of the investigative procedure, environmental normative tools will be proposed to allow the correct use of these species; As well as the inclusion in the standard resistant earthquake that ieiartea to dynamize the agroforestry structure of the region as already has been done in other places of the country with the guadua.

Bocas del Toro, mainland Panama. Now containing plants. Comprehensive information on the plants range and habitat, brief description, some uses and almost photos.


On the other hand, the chuapo and the chonta are today characterized by contemporary constructors deltoidex a “very hard material that wears and damages the cutting tools”. The type of Iriartea phaeocarpa consists of a seedling only, which is illustrated in Martius The type has 15 stamens, and Henderson et al.

Canoes last about two or three months.

Iriartea deltoidea – Useful Tropical Plants

It is necessary to perform the entomological study, due to the coleopteran species found at the time of cutting the palms for laboratory tests, due to their variety and importance it is necessary to evaluate their biological and ecological function within the biosystem. Under the forest deltojdea, growth rates were not significantly different in palms with greater light exposure. Such is the demand for these temporary canoes that many of the larger specimens of Iriartea have been deltoicea in this area.

For some time, RCF and local farmers have experimented with this palm.

Inflorescence buds m long, downwards curved, resembling a bulls horn. 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. Base supported by a m tall cone of black stilt roots, these cm in diameter. deltoide

Published on the Internet http: Since these are so heavy they are only deltoldea for downstream travel. Determination of apparent density of the sample [ 5 ]: Plant in native habitat in Ecuador Photograph by: The illustration is, in any case, incomplete Burret, Genera Palmarum – Evolution and Classification of the Palms.


Iriartea deltoidea

Since then, environmental authorities together with different entities are committed to its conservation with a project built on the basis of effort and dedication. Karsten’s count is considered incorrect, and D. Published on the Internet at http: Stem to 20 m tall and cm in diameter, often swollen in the middle.

Attalea regia or cacho de vaca which can refer to many other plants, like the Bignoniaceae Godmania aesculifolia or the orchid Myrmecophila humboldtii. They are commonly sold or traded among local people. Genus name honors the 18th century Spanish patron of learning, Bernardo de Yriarte. The type fruits are Many specimens were found growing along creeks and slopes. This page was last edited on 11 Novemberat Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St.

Manual to the palms of Ecuador. Martius distinguished his new species on its ventricose stem, pinna shape, and villose staminate calyx. The recognition, interpretation and encompassing of a strategic ecosystem as an integrated biosystem is the key to achieving sustainable development. Can’t read the image?

Manual to the Palms of Ecuador.

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