Review for final in ethnobotany

The bulldozing of the ethnogarden led to shifting the final examination from the plants of the garden to the plants of the campus. This generated a new plant list. The class walked the campus from east to west, skipping the introduced ornamental plants. Fortunately my years of scattering plants around campus, and the planting of plants by others, have made possible the shift from a specific garden to using the whole campus as a garden.


KeyLatin binomialKeyLatin binomial
ALOAlocasia macrorrhizosGLOGlochidion ramiflorum
ALPAlpinia carolinensisHBRHibiscus rosa-sinensis
ANAAnanas comosus HIBHibiscus tiliaceus
ANNAnnona muricataIXOIxora casei
AREAreca catechuJASJasminum sambac
ARTArtocarpus altilisLYCLycopodiella cernua
ASPAsplenium nidusMACMacaranga carolenensis
BAMBambusa vulgarisMAGMagnifera indica
CAMCampnosperma brevipetiolataMELMelastoma malabathicum var. marianum
CANCananga odorataMERMerremia peltata
CANCinnamomum carolinenseMICMicrosorum scolopendria
CITCitrus aurantifoliaMORMorinda citrifolia
CLEClerodendrum inermeMUSMusa x paradisiaca spp.
COLColocassia esculantaNPHNephrolepis spp.
COCCocos nuciferaOCIOcimum tenuiflorum
CORCordyline fruticosaPIPPiper ponapense
CYCCyclosorus maemonensisPLUPlumeria obtusa
CYMCymbopogon citratusPONPonapea ledermanniana
CYRCyrtosperma merkusiiPREPremna obtusifolia
DAVDavallia solida var. solidaPGUPsidium guajava
DICDicranopteris linearisSENSenna alata [formerly Cassia alata]
FALFalcataria moluccanaTERTerminalia catappa
GARGardenia jasminoides [G. augusta]


Alpinia carolinense behind Merlina.


Rotick and Maylevlynn in front of the Ixora casei.


Carlinda looks at the Clerodendrum inerme.

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