Information on record INAT3268304

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ID_parent INAT3268304
occurrenceIDhttp://www.inaturalist.org/observations/3268304
basisOfRecordHumanObservation
modified2019-05-04T16:57:07Z
institutionCodeiNaturalist
collectionCodeObservations
datasetNameiNaturalist research-grade observations
catalogNumber3268304
referenceshttps://www.inaturalist.org/observations/3268304
occurrenceRemarksAloalo tai (Clerodendrum inerme) is a member of the Verbenaceae family. It is an indigenous scandent shrub with weak, flexible stems that can grow up into the canopy if they are able to lean on other plants. It is common on rocky or sandy beaches. The leaves are occasionally used in native remedies for treating wounds, punctures, and inflammation. Whistler, W. Arthur. 2000. Plants in Samoan Culture: The Ethnobotany of Samoa. Isle Botanica. Honolulu, HI.
occurrenceDetailshttp://www.inaturalist.org/observations/3268304
recordedBytavita togia2016
establishmentMeanswild
eventDate2016-05-18
verbatimEventDate2016-05-18
verbatimLocalityAmerican Samoa
decimalLatitude-14.241971
decimalLongitude-170.671462
MAPdecimal latitude_longitude ••• -14.241971_-170.671462
countryCodeAS
stateProvinceEastern
identificationID34701438
dateIdentified2018-09-02T15:45:37Z
taxonID775466
scientificName Volkameria inermis
taxonRankspecies
kingdomPlantae
phylumTracheophyta
classMagnoliopsida
orderLamiales
familyLamiaceae
genusVolkameria
licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
rights© tavita togia2016 some rights reserved
rightsHoldertavita togia2016
inaturalistLogintavita togia2016

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