Brosimum alicastrum Sw. subsp. alicastrum (Prodr. 12. 1788.)
Localities: West Indies (native), Lesser Antilles (native) [], Greater Antilles [Jamaica (native), Cuba (native), ], North America (exotic (Mexico)), Mexico (native), Central America (native),
Common Names: Breadnut (Jamaica), Gateado amarillo (Cuba), Guáimaro (Cuba), Nuez de pan (Puerto Rico), Ramón de México (Cuba), San Ramón (Cuba),
Citations:1). Adams, C.D. 1972. Flowering Plants of Jamaica. University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. 848 pp. 2). Berg, C.C. 2001. Moreae, Artocarpeae, and Dorstenia (Moraceae). Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 83: 1-347. 3). 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. 4). León, F., 1946; León, F. and H. Alain, 1951-1957. Flora de Cuba. Habana. 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). Roig y Mesa, J.T. 1988. Diccionario Botanico de Nombres Vulgares Cubanos. Habana: Editorial Científico-Técnica.
Last edited 24 Apr 12