Rapid Automated Risk Assessment

Spatial distribution and analysis of aggregated taxonomic and occurrence data.

Melastomataceae

Tibouchina meiodon Stapf

Synonyms: N/A

Risk assessment

CategoryCriteriaReason
DDEOO
DDAOO
DDFew occurrences

Occurrences and points

Number of occurrences with and without points (usable coordinates).

Total1/0
Recent1/0
Historic0/0

All occurrences

Extent of occurrence0.00km²
Area of occupancy (2km²)0km²
Area of occupancy (1.00km²)0.00km²
Locations/Subpop.0
Locations/Subpop.0.00km²

Recent only

Extent of occurrence0.00km²
Area of occupancy (2km²)0km²
Area of occupancy (1.00km²)0.00km²
Locations/Subpop.0
Locations/Subpop.0.00km²

Historic only (abscent or > 50 years)

Extent of occurrence0.00km²
Area of occupancy (2km²)0km²
Area of occupancy (1.00km²)0.00km²
Locations/Subpop.0
Locations/Subpop.0.00km²

Occurrences

familyMelastomataceae
scientificNameMelastomataceae Tibouchina meiodon Stapf
typeStatusTYPUS
specificEpithetmeiodon
associatedMediahttp://imagens1.jbrj.gov.br/fsi/server?type=image&source=hvpr/kew/typus/converted-4001-8000/K000329120.jpg
taxonRankESPECIE
identificationRemarksTYPUS
occurrenceID1250488
sourcehttp://ipt.jbrj.gov.br/reflora/resource?r=k_reflora
basisOfRecordPreservedSpecimen
catalogNumberK000329120
bibliographicCitationHerbário Virtual REFLORA Disponível em: http://herbariovirtualreflora.jbrj.gov.br/reflora/herbarioVirtual/ConsultaPublicoHVUC/ConsultaPublicoHVUC.do?idTestemunho=1250488
scientificNameWithoutAuthorshipTibouchina meiodon
recordedBy;
scientificNameAuthorshipStapf
genusTibouchina
rightsHolderK
identifierk_reflora:1250488
collectionCodeK
institutionCodeK
point
timestamp1491716207
countryBrazil
dateIdentifieds. d.
occurrenceRemarkscaule rubello acute angulato, angulis viridibus, patule glanduloso-hirsuto [More information given] Planta culta d 6 ped. alta. Folia 1-1½ poll. lin. longa [More information given] Cultivated at Kew from seeds believed to have been sent by Dr. Glaziou. T. meiodon is nearest allied to T. versicolor, Cogn., and to T. cisplatensis, Cogn.; but it differs from them mainly in the stem, the long peduncled cymes, the long calyx lobes, and the long beak of the anthers.
familyMelastomataceae
scientificNameMelastomataceae Tibouchina meiodon Stapf
typeStatusTYPUS
specificEpithetmeiodon
associatedMediahttp://imagens1.jbrj.gov.br/fsi/server?type=image&source=hvpr/kew/typus/converted-4001-8000/K000329120.jpg
taxonRankESPECIE
identificationRemarksTYPUS
occurrenceID1250488
sourcehttp://ipt.jbrj.gov.br/reflora/resource?r=k_reflora
basisOfRecordPreservedSpecimen
catalogNumberK000329120
bibliographicCitationHerbário Virtual REFLORA Disponível em: http://herbariovirtualreflora.jbrj.gov.br/reflora/herbarioVirtual/ConsultaPublicoHVUC/ConsultaPublicoHVUC.do?idTestemunho=1250488
scientificNameWithoutAuthorshipTibouchina meiodon
recordedBy;
scientificNameAuthorshipStapf
genusTibouchina
rightsHolderK
identifierk_reflora:1250488
collectionCodeK
institutionCodeK
point
timestamp1491729889
countryBrazil
dateIdentifieds. d.
occurrenceRemarkscaule rubello acute angulato, angulis viridibus, patule glanduloso-hirsuto [More information given] Planta culta d 6 ped. alta. Folia 1-1½ poll. lin. longa [More information given] Cultivated at Kew from seeds believed to have been sent by Dr. Glaziou. T. meiodon is nearest allied to T. versicolor, Cogn., and to T. cisplatensis, Cogn.; but it differs from them mainly in the stem, the long peduncled cymes, the long calyx lobes, and the long beak of the anthers.