Flora of cuba

This is a list of plants which includes trees and other herbs, vines, climbers, lianas, shrubs, subshrubs that are native or endemic, found in Cuba.

This list should exclude plants grown, invasive species or introduced by humans (example: weeds).

The endemic genera or species (exclusive of Cuba) will be marked in bold type. This list is sorted in alphabetical order by binomial names. Common names are in parentheses.

A

B


C

D

E

F

G

H

I

  • Illicium cubense

J

K

L

M

N

P

Q

  • Quercus sagraeana

R

  • Rheedia aristata see Garcinia aristata
  • Rivea corymbosa see Turbina corymbosa

S

T

U

V

X

Z

See also

Cuba portal
Biology portal

References

External links

  • Flora de la República de Cuba online

Bibliography

  • available at Botanicus.org)
  • Grisebach, A.[H.R.] 1862. Plantæ Wrightianæ e Cuba orientali, Pars II. (Monopetalae et Monocotyledones). Mem. Amer. Acad. Arts, ser .2, 8: 503–536.
  • Howard, R.A. 1988. Charles Wright in Cuba, 1856–1867. Chadwyck-Healey, Alexandria.
  • León, H. (J. S. Sauget) & Alain, H. (E. E. Liogier) 1946-62 (4 volumes); suppl. 1969.Flora de Cuba. 5 Volumes. Havana
  • Manitz, H. 1987. Pp. 23–24 in: Las collecciones de Charles Wright en Pinar del Río. IV Conferencia sobre la Flora de Cuba. Resúmenes. Machurrucutu-La Habana.
  • Oviedo Prieto, R. 1994. Plantae Wrightianae ex insula Cuba quae in herbario Horti Regii Matritensis asservantur. Fontqueria 39: 165–213.
  • Gallica)
  • Sauvalle, F.A. 1870. Flora cubana. Anales Acad. Ci. Méd. Habana 7.
  • Urban, I. 1902. Symbolae Antillanae, 3. Bornträger, Leipzig. (reprinted 1964, Asher Amsterdam)
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