Eugenia longipetiolata Mattos, Dusenia 8: 162. 1968.

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scientific name

Eugenia longipetiolata Mattos, Dusenia 8: 162. 1968.
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3. Eugenia longipetiolata Mattos, Dusenia 8: 162. 1968.  Fig. 1DView Figure 1

Eugenia longipetiolata  Basionym: Stenocalyx mutabilis  O. Berg, Fl. Bras. 14(1): 347. 1857.

Eugenia longipetiolata  Type: Brazil. Tingua  , Schott 5854 (lectotype here designated M [M-0170971]!; isolectotype W! [photo])

Eugenia mutabilis  Nied., Nat. Pflanzenfam. 3, Abt. 7: 81. 1893, nom. illeg.

Eugenia longipetiolata  Type: Based on Stenocalyx mutabilis  O. Berg

Eugenia tinguana  Mattos, Loefgrenia 123: 1. 2006, nom. superfl.

Eugenia longipetiolata  Type: Based on Stenocalyx mutabilis  O. Berg

Notes.

Eugenia longipetiolata  is a tree up to 15 m high from coastal Atlantic Forest of Brazil, growing in ombrophilous forests from Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo states. This species has leaves with visible, flat gland dots on both faces, black-floccose simple trichomes on abaxial faces, caudate apices, non-cartilaginous margins and a ferruginous-pubescent hypanthium.

The lectotype was chosen for Stenocalyx mutabilis  because Berg did not indicate a single specimen and Mattos did not designate a ectotype when he published the nom. nov.. The specimen from M was seen and here considered the lectotype for the name.

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Myrtales

Family

Myrtaceae

Genus

Eugenia