Galapagos Species Checklist

Vigna luteola (Jacq.) Benth.

wild cowpea, hairypod cowpea

Taxonomy

Domain
Eukaryota

Kingdom
Plantae

Phylum
Magnoliophyta

Class
Magnoliopsida (= Dicotyledoneae)

Order
Fabales

Family
Fabaceae

Genus
Vigna

Species
luteola

Taxon category: Accepted

Syn.: Vigna repens (L.) Kuntze

Distribution

Distribution map of specimen collection localities or observation records for this species in our collections database.

References

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  • Nowak, J.B. (1985) Regeneration of the Vegetation in the burned areas of Sierra Negra, Isabela Island Annual Report 1986-1987. Charles Darwin Research Station.Pg 37-40
  • Jäger, H. Tye, A., Kowarik, I. (2007) Tree invasion in naturally treeless environments: Impacts of quinine (Cinchona pubescens) trees on native vegetation in Galápagos Institute of Ecology, Department of Ecosystem Sciences and Plant Ecology, Technical University Berlin, Rothenburgstr. 12, 12165 Berlin, Germany.
  • McMullen, C.K. (1987) Biologia reproductiva de las Angiospermas de las Islas Galapágos. Pg. 39 - 52. Memorias: Taller sobre investigación Botànica y manejo en galapágos.
  • Itow, S. (1987) Comunidades Herbaceas y Ericaceas en las tierras altas de Santa Cruz Islas Galápagos. Pg. 52 - 65. Memorias: Taller sobre investigación Botánica y manejo en Galápagos.
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  • Cayot, L. J. (1987) Ecology of Giant Tortoise (Geochelone elephantopus)in the Galápagos Islands. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Biology in the Graduate School of Syracuse University.

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