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  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    José A. Vargas-Zamora;
    Publisher: Universidad de Costa Rica

     The coins of Costa Rica include a variety of plant illustrations, ranging from a palm tree (Attalea rostrata ?) on the first known gold coin (1825), to a marine green algae (Caulerpa prolifera ?) on a silver commemorative piece of 1974. Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) seeds we...

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Lise Gobeille;
    Publisher: Universidad de Costa Rica

    The Montréal Botanical Garden was founded, in 1931, by the remarkable botanist and scientist, catholic brother Marie Victorin. Since its foundation the garden has three missions : conservation, educa- tion and research. Certainly 76 years old is still young for a botan...

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    José A. Vargas-Zamora; Jorge Gómez-Laurito;
    Publisher: Universidad de Costa Rica

    The bank notes and coffe tokens of Costa Rica include illustrations of several species of plants. The leaf of the Acanthus sp. plant is used as an ornament in paper money from the mid XIX century to the end of the XX century. The most widely known botanical illustration...

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Phillip Cribb;
    Publisher: Universidad de Costa Rica

    Paradise for an orchid collector is a trail that runs through rich orchid habitat. Preferably the trail should decrease in elevation from 3000 to 500 meters over a protracted distance, it should be in a high annual rainfall area with the rain distributed evenly througho...

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Carlos O. Morales;
    Publisher: Universidad de Costa Rica
    Country: Costa Rica

    Se describe e ilustra el híbrido natural Trichopilia x ramonensis (T. marginata x T. suavis) de la región de San Ramón, Costa Rica. El nombre de este híbrido se usó por primera vez en 1992; sin embargo, hasta ahora no se ha publicado válidamente. The natural hybrid Tric...