Artocarpus styracifolius

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CONIF
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BLE
SCL
LEG
ZONPALM
ARBFERN
D-HERB
M-HERB
AZONAL WOODY
AZONAL NON-WOODY
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CONIF
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BLD
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BLE
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SCL
0.00
LEG
0.00
ZONPALM
0.00
ARBFERN
0.00
D-HERB
0.00
M-HERB
0.00
AZONAL WOODY
0.00
AZONAL NON-WOODY
0.00
AQUATIC
0.00
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
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CONIF
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BLD
0.00
BLE
1.00
SCL
0.00
LEG
0.00
ZONPALM
0.00
ARBFERN
0.00
D-HERB
0.00
M-HERB
0.00
AZONAL WOODY
0.00
AZONAL NON-WOODY
0.00
AQUATIC
0.00
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
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Comments

Vasilis Teodoridis:
Moraceae | Artocarpus

4. Artocarpus styracifolius Pierre; Bull. Soc. Bot. France. 52: 492. 1905.

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Artocarpus bicolor Merrill & Chun.

Trees to 20 m. Bark dark gray; rough. Young branchlets 1-1.5 mm thick; densely white appressed-puberulent. Stipules subulate; caducous. Leaves distichous; petiole 0.8-1.4 cm; pubescent; leaf blade oblong; obovate-lanceolate; or sometimes elliptic; 4-8 x 2.5-3 cm; lobed or apically shallowly toothed on new leaves of young trees; leathery to papery; abaxially densely covered with white farinaceous hairs especially on veins; adaxially dark green and sparsely pubescent; base cuneate to decurrent on petiole; margin entire; apex acuminate to caudate; secondary veins 4-7 on each side of midvein; tertiary veins reticulate; abaxially ± flat; and adaxially raised when dry. Inflorescences axillary; solitary. Male inflorescences ellipsoid; 6-12 x 4-7 mm; densely covered with grayish white pubescence; peduncle ca. 1.5 cm with glandular hairs; bracts 1(-6); shield-shaped to ± orbicular. Male flowers: filament thin; anther globose. Female flowers: calyx lobes 2 or 3; oblong; pubescent. Fruiting syncarp yellow; reddish brown when dry; globose; ca. 4 cm in diam.; pubescent; covered with curved cylindric papillae; peduncle 1.8-2.5 cm; pubescent. Drupes globose. Fl. early autumn; fr. late autumn to early winter.

Forests; 200-1500 m. Guangdong; Guangxi; Hainan; SW Hunan; SE Yunnan [Laos; Vietnam].

The wood is used for furniture and the fruit for jam.

Vasilis Teodoridis:
Moraceae | Artocarpus

4. Artocarpus styracifolius Pierre; Bull. Soc. Bot. France. 52: 492. 1905.

????? er se bo luo mi

Artocarpus bicolor Merrill & Chun.

Trees to 20 m. Bark dark gray; rough. Young branchlets 1-1.5 mm thick; densely white appressed-puberulent. Stipules subulate; caducous. Leaves distichous; petiole 0.8-1.4 cm; pubescent; leaf blade oblong; obovate-lanceolate; or sometimes elliptic; 4-8 x 2.5-3 cm; lobed or apically shallowly toothed on new leaves of young trees; leathery to papery; abaxially densely covered with white farinaceous hairs especially on veins; adaxially dark green and sparsely pubescent; base cuneate to decurrent on petiole; margin entire; apex acuminate to caudate; secondary veins 4-7 on each side of midvein; tertiary veins reticulate; abaxially ± flat; and adaxially raised when dry. Inflorescences axillary; solitary. Male inflorescences ellipsoid; 6-12 x 4-7 mm; densely covered with grayish white pubescence; peduncle ca. 1.5 cm with glandular hairs; bracts 1(-6); shield-shaped to ± orbicular. Male flowers: filament thin; anther globose. Female flowers: calyx lobes 2 or 3; oblong; pubescent. Fruiting syncarp yellow; reddish brown when dry; globose; ca. 4 cm in diam.; pubescent; covered with curved cylindric papillae; peduncle 1.8-2.5 cm; pubescent. Drupes globose. Fl. early autumn; fr. late autumn to early winter.

Forests; 200-1500 m. Guangdong; Guangxi; Hainan; SW Hunan; SE Yunnan [Laos; Vietnam].

The wood is used for furniture and the fruit for jam.