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Paramongaia

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Paramongaia is a genus of South American plants in the Amaryllis family, found only in Peru and Bolivia.[1] Common name is "giant Peruvian daffodil."[2]

Immature bulb of Paramongaia weberbaueri Velarde

Taxonomy

Species

There are five recognized species:[3]

Phylogeny

The following relationships were reported:[4]

Paramongaia milagroantha

Paramongaia mirabile

Paramongaia viridiflora

Paramongaia multiflora

Paramongaia weberbaueri

Etymology

The generic name Paramongaia refers to Paramonga, Peru.[5]

Conservation

The rare species Paramongaia weberbaueri has successfully been artificially propagated.[6]

References

  1. ^ Octavio Velarde. 1949. Lilloa 17: 489.
  2. ^ Strange Wonderful Things, Rare and exotic plants & seeds, Paramongaia weberbaueri - the "Giant Peruvian Daffodil"
  3. ^ "Paramongaia Velarde". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 11 April 2023.
  4. ^ Meerow, A. W., & Nakamura, K. (2019). "Two new species of Peruvian Amaryllidaceae, an expanded concept of the genus Paramongaia, and taxonomic notes in Stenomesson." Phytotaxa, 416(2), 184-196.
  5. ^ Mathew, B. (1997). 323. PARAMONGAIA WEBERBAUERI: Amaryllidaceae. Curtis’s Botanical Magazine, 14(3), 142–147. http://www.jstor.org/stable/45065245
  6. ^ Dinkelman, K., Finnie, J. F., Drennan, P. M., & van Staden, J. (1989). "In vitro multiplication of Paramongaia weberbaueri." HortScience, 24(5), 860-860.

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Paramongaia: Brief Summary

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Paramongaia is a genus of South American plants in the Amaryllis family, found only in Peru and Bolivia. Common name is "giant Peruvian daffodil."

Immature bulb of Paramongaia weberbaueri Velarde
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