Jaltomata chotanae S. Leiva G. & Mione

Peru
revised 28 Sep 2017  
Link to Jaltomata homepage The information on this page may be cited as a communication with professor Thomas Mione, Central Connecticut State University, Biology Department, Copernicus Hall, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, Connecticut 06050-4010, United States of America. Arnaldoa 14(2): 219 - 238. 2007
Link to table of the Jaltomata species of Cajamarca, Peru
Link to a table of the Jaltomata species of northern Peru
Above: flower having anthers undehisced (Photo by Mione, collection 731 or 732). Flower in side view (Photo by Mione, collection 731)
Peru, Department Cajamarca, province Chota (Photo by Mione) Flowers, stems and leaves (Photo by Mione, collection 673)
Woody Stem (Photo by Mione, collection 731) Fruits splits open at maturity! (Photo by Mione, collection 731).
Calyx, very likely at fruit maturity (Photo by Mione, collection 731) Peru, Department Cajamarca, province Chota (Photo by Mione)

 

 

Character Description Additional notes, or figures on this page
Habit & Height
shrub  
Branches, young
   
older
   
Leaves, size
   
blade shape including margin    
blade texture    
hairs    
petiole    
Inflorescence
   
peduncle
   
pedicel
   
Calyx when flowering (color, size)
   
shape / position during anthesis    
hairs    
at fruit maturity    
Corolla color
   
green spots    
purple ring    
purple in base of corolla    
shape and size
crateriform (protologue), crateriform-infundibular (Mione's assessment),16 - 23 mm diam  
lobes / lobules
10-lobed, lobes and lobules alternating  
hairs
   
no Mione et al. 673 observed with dissecting scope Sept 2017
Corona
   
Stamen length including anther
   
length stamens exserted beyond distal end of corolla (applicable if corolla is tubular or campanulate)    
position of stamens: a) before anthers dehisce, b) after anthers dehisce    
base expanded laterally?    
filaments    
anther color    
anther size    
anther mucronate/mucronulate    
insertion of filament into anther    
anthers of a flower with temporally staggered dehiscence?    
pollen quantity per flower    
pollen grain size    
Gynoecium, stigma
   
Style
   
Ovary & Ovarian Disk    
Nectar
transparent (731)  
Herkogamy    
Protogyny    
Fruit color at maturity
   
Fruit Size and Seeds per fruit    
Seed Size
no data
no data
Character Description of Jaltomata chotanae Figures on this web page

 

Character Description  
Growability in Connecticut, USA
no data
no data
How long does it take from flower to ripe fruit?
no data
no data
Flowers Closing For The Night?
no data
 
Self-Compatible?
no data
no data
Seed Germination
no data
no data
Pollen quantity per flower 117,083 grains (n = 1 flower) count by CCSU student
Elisabeth dos Santos, 2011
Ovules per ovary
90 (Mione et al. 731, flower collected in Peru not grown for study, count by T. Mione, 45 ovules counted in one locule X 2 locules)
Ratio of pollen to ovules
   
Chromosome number
no data
no data
Character Jaltomata chotanae  

 

province Location Lat & Long elevation m habitat date collectors
Chota

TYPE SPECIMEN.
Alrededor de Huambos

6 27.363 S
78 56.609 W
2000
  18 Mar 2007 S. Leiva, T. Mione & L. Yacher 3637
Chota In town of Huambos, collected at same place and time as type specimen 6 27.363 S
78 56.609 W
no data
  18 Mar 2007 T. Mione, S. Leiva & L. Yacher 734 (herbarium of T. M.)
             
Chota   6 27' 21" S
78 56' 41" W
2400
  19 June 1999 T. Mione, S. Leiva & L. Yacher 673 (herbarium of T. M.)
S. Leiva, T. Mione & L. Yacher 2375
Chota Entre llama y Huambos  
2469
  18 Mar 2007 T. Mione, S. Leiva & L. Yacher 731 (herbarium of T. M.)
S. Leiva, T. Mione & L. Yacher 3630
Chota Entre llama y Huambos  
2469
  18 Mar 2007 T. Mione, S. Leiva & L. Yacher 732 (herbarium of T. M.)
S. Leiva, T. Mione & L. Yacher 3628