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Corypha taliera en Jardín Botánico de Cienfuegos

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MarioPalmCUBA

Mi primer post lo quiero dedicar a este importante tema, se trata de la especie Corypha taliera (Extinta es su hábitat natural),  nativa de Myanmar (Birmania)y la región bengalí de la India y Bangladesh y que dentro de sus características podemos destacar que su inflorescencia son apicales (el ápice vegetativo se transforma en yema floral) por lo que muere después de su única floración. 

En el Jardín Botánico de Cienfuegos se cuenta con tres individuos plantados en 1970 y que se encuentran en fase terminal (Fin de fructificación) de los cuales se han colectado una gran cantidad de semillas y se trabaja en su reproducción en vivero además del monitoreo mensual de la regeneración natural que posee cada individuo en un radio reducido de 5 m2. En las fotos se puede apreciar su enorme inflorescencia y la presencia de algunos frutos.

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Josh76

Bienvenido al foro, Mario. Corypha es un genero impresionante. Gracias por compartir las fotos!

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MarioPalmCUBA

Muchas gracias por la bienvenida! Es impresionante en verdad.

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lzorrito

Enhorabuena, Mario! Que fotos y que postage!

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