Clibadium erosum (Sw.) DC. (Prodr. 6: 506. 1838.)
Localities: West Indies (endemic), Lesser Antilles (native) [Dominica, Martinique, Monserrat, Nevis, Saba, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Martin, St. Vincent], Greater Antilles [ Puerto Rico (native)[], Virgin Islands (native) ( St. Thomas, ) ],
Common Names: Carruzo (Puerto Rico), Medsinnyé benní (L. Antilles), Turma de toro (Puerto Rico),
Synonyms: Clibadium fragiferum Griseb. (Fl. Brit. W. I. 368. 1861.), Trixis erosa Sw. (Prodr. 115. 1788.),
Citations:1). Britton, N.L. and P. Wilson. 1923-1926. Botany of Porto Rico and Virgin Islands. Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and Virgin Islands. New York Academy of Sciences, New York. 2). Flora of Trinidad and Tobago: This flora was published in many parts with many authors. There is no overall editor. R. O. Williams was author of the first treatment and of many others. 3). Howard, R.A. 1974-1989. Flora of the Lesser Antilles. Vols. 1-6. Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. 4). Liogier, A.H. 1985-1997. Descriptive Flora of Puerto Rico and adjacent islands. Spermatophyta. Vols. 1-5. Editorial Universitaria, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. 5). Otero, J.I., R.A. Toro and Pagán de Otero. 1945. Catalogo de los nombres vulgares y científicos de algunas plantas puertorriqueñas. 2nd. ed. Universidad de Puerto Rico. 6). Urban, I. 1898-1928. Symbolae Antillanae, Vol. 1-9. Berlin, Leipzig, Germany.
Last edited 18 Jun 09