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Title: William A. Schipp's Botanical Explorations in the Stann Creek and Toledo Districts, British Honduras (1929-1935) ( Taxon, Dec., 1970, vol. 19, no. 6, p. 831-861 )
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REPRINTED FROM TAXON 19(6); 831-861. DECEMBER 1970


WILLIAM A. SCHIPP'S BOTANICAL EXPLORATIONS IN THE STANN
CREEK AND TOLEDO DISTRICTS, BRITISH HONDURAS (1929-1935) *


Richard M. Lowden **


Summary
Herbarium sets distributed by William A. Schipp to European and American institutions
represent one of the most significant and extensive collections ever made of the coastal plain
flora for the Stann Creek and Toledo Districts of southern British Honduras. Schipp (1933-
34) compiled the first complete flora of these districts in the form of a Catalogue entitled,
Flora of British Honduras, Pricelist of Seeds &- Herbarium Material. As a professional
Botanical Explorer, Schipp's discrimination in tie field yielded a total of 154 taxa new to
science, including two new genera, Schippia Burret and Schizocardia Smith & Standley (=
Purdiaea Planchon). Itineraries for collections made by Schipp from 1929 through 1935 are
based on 1462 herbarium specimens found in the Forestry Department Herbarium, Paslow
Building, Belize City, British Honduras. Schipp's specimens in the Forestry Department
Herbarium include 115 isotypes which have been verified, restored, and placed in a type
collection. Maps are presented to aid in the location of previously vaguc type localities.
The botanical explorations of William A. Schipp in southern British Honduras
are of considerable importance to future studies of the British Honduran Flora.
Schipp's numerous collections contributed greatly to our present day knowledge of
the coastal plain flora for the Stann Creek and Toledo Districts, which for other
coastal districts remains relatively unknown. Hardships were soon overcome by this
keen and discriminative Botanical Explorer.
William A. Schipp was born at Menindee in New .South Wales, Australia, in
1891. Prior to his botanical explorations in British Honduras (1929-1935) he spent
several years at the Botanical Gardens in Darwin, Australia (Schipp, 1932b), and
collected plants in New Guinea, Java, and the Dutch East Indies (Schipp, 1931a,
1932b). Schipp came to San Francisco, California from Tjondong, Tjikadjang, Java
in late January of 1929 (Merrill, 1928; Schipp, 1928). At the University of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley, he spent several days with E. D. Merrill, who was instrumental
in obtaining subscribers to Schipp's herbarium sets which were imperative to his
success as a Botanical Explorer, collector of herbaria.
Schipp left San Francisco (Schipp, 1929a) passing through the southern United
States to New Orleans where he boarded the S. S. Abargarez for British Honduras.
On the evening of 28 January 1929 he arrived at Belize the capital and main port
of the colony. Confirmation of Schipp's future persuits in British Honduras is
revealed in a letter (Schipp, 1929a) to E. D. Merrill about a week after arriving
in Belize.
My first interview in the colony, was with the Covernor, and that only for the purpose
of trying to secure some sort of position in the government service. Yet be it said, my first
glimpse of Honduras [British Honduras]. coupled with the expression on his Ex's face, when
I stated my wants, convinced me otherwise, so neither of us was disappointed, when he
said nothing doing. So now I have decided on devouting [sic] my time solely to botanical col-

Paper no. 777, Faculty of Botany, The Ohio State University.
** Botany Program, College of Biological Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus,
Ohio, 43210, U.S.A.


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lecting. In doing so I am not losing sight of the fact of it being a financial venture, ... you
know, to make a success of the business, it means that one would need at least twenty
subscribers, for the sets of herbarium material collected, this number should not be difficult
to attain, when one considers the fact that the flora of British Honduras has been practically
untouched in the past ... I can assure you, providing my health keeps good that I w1l
not leave Honduras [British Honduras], until such time as I have added greatly to our
present day knowledge of its flora, and fauna.
Requested of (Schipp, 1929a) and sent by Merrill was a list (Merrill, 1929b) of
scientific institutions which would most likely want to purchase herbarium material,
also the authorities best able to deal with particular groups. Arrangements were
made by E. D. Merrill for identifications of the bulk of Schipp's collections to
be made by Paul C. Standley at the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago,
Illinois. For special groups, Merrill suggested that ferns be sent to W. R. Maxon
and grasses to A. H. Hitchcock, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; orchid
to Oakes Ames, Botanical Museum and composites to B. L. Robinson, Gray Her-
barium, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Early in February of 1929 Schipp left Belize equipped with a brief outline map
of the colony (acquired from the Surveyor Generals office) for the Stann Creek
District directly south of the Belize District where he started collecting twenty
specimens of each taxon in order to fulfill requests of his subscribers. The set of
specimens sent to Paul C. Standley at the Field Museum of Natural History was
retained without charge after identifications were made. Once determinations wea
sent by Standley to Schipp, then label information of the duplicates was completed
for distribution to subscribers at fifteen cents a specimen (U.S. currency). Specimens
were sold in complete sets (Schipp, 1929h) each containing approximately one
hundred numbers. Schipp never obtained twenty subscribers as originally anticipated.
Correspondence (Schipp, 1929h, 1936d) indicates at one time or another during the
years 1929-1935, the following institutions subscribed to Schipp's British Honduran
herbarium sets: British Honduras Forestry Department Herbarium, Belie. Ger-
many Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem. Great Britain British Museum
(Natural History), London; The Herbarium and Library, Royal Botanic Gardens,
Kew, Richmond, Surrey. Sweden Botanical Department, Naturhistoriska Riks-
museum, Stockholm. Switzerland Botanischer Garten und Institut fiir Systematische
Botanik der Universitit Zfirich, Zurich; Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques, Genive.
United States Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Cambridge, Massachusetts;
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, New York; Field Museum of Natural History,
Chicago, Illinois; Gray Herbarium of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massadm-
setts; Herbarium of the University of California, Department of Botany, University
of California, Berkeley, California; Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis, Missouri;
New York Botanical Garden, Bronx Park, New York; United States National Museum
(Department of Botany), Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; University
Herbarium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A list of herbaria containing Schipp's specimens with collection numbers known
to be present is presented in Table 1. Specimen numbers are consistent between
herbaria. One set of numbers was used for regular herbarium sets sent to sub-
scribers, whereas, specimens obtained in limited numbers (Schipp, 1930e) were
distributed as "S" numbers in which a capital letter "S" proceeds the field number.
Many of Schipp's specimens are cited by Leonard (1936), O'Neill (1940), Robinson
(1935), A. C. Smith & Standley (1932). L. B. Smith & Lundell (1940), Standley
(1930, 1932, 1935), Standley & Record (1936), Swallen (1936), Taylor (1935),
Weatherby (1935), and Woodson (1936, 1940).
The Forestry Department Herbarium, Belize City, British Honduras (Fig. 1) con-


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Figure 1. Forry Department Herbarium, located on the second floor of the Paslow
Building, Belize City, British Honduras.


tains nearly a complete set of Schipp's collections. During March of 1968, an assess-
ment was made of these specimens followed with an investigation of the literature
for descriptions of new taxa. A total of 154 taxa, including two genera, Schippia
Burret and Schizocardia A. C. Smith & Standley (= Purdiaea Planchon), were
described from the vascular plant collections made by Schipp in the Stann Creek
and Toledo Districts. In December, 1969 all type material (isotypes) found in the
Forestry Department Herbarium, was verified, restored, and placed in a case separate
from the general collection. Herbaria containing type material are indicated in the
a Taxa Described from Schipp's British Honduran Vascular Plant Collections.
Exclamation marks after herbaria indicate that type specimens were checked either
by visiting or by corresponding with the institution. Negative numbers are included
fos ordering photographs of holotype specimens found in the Field Museum of
F natural History, Department of Botany, Chicago, Illinois. Accepted names are
according to the Flora of Guatemala (Fieldiana: Botany, Volume 24).


TAXA DESCRIBED FROM SCHIPP'S BRITISH HONDURAN
VASCULAR PLANT COLLECTIONS

Acanthaceae
SBdopemre crenata Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. PubL 461: 88. 1935. Pueblo Viejo, 18 Feb.
1984, no. S694 holotypee FI neg. no. 050716, isotype BRH!).
JaeIobla emf#lor Stand]. Field Mus. Bot 8: 45. 1930. Middlesex, 2 Oct. 1929, no, 354
(holotype F neg. no. 050726, Isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on pp. 42 and 50 of
ScIpp' 1933-4 Prtceilt.
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usticia albobractea Leonard Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 230. 1936. Camp 32 B.H.-Cat.
Survey, 2 March 1984, no. 1277 holotypee FI neg. no. 050728, isotypes MICHI and
BRHI).
Mendoncia belizensis StandL Field Mus. Bot. 11: 142. 1932. Stann Creek Valley 19 mile, 16
June 1932, no. 961 holotypee FI neg. no. 050734, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed
on pp. 42 and 53 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.

Annonaceae
Desmopsis schippii Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 130. 1932. Stann Creek Valley 19 mil 28
June [1932], no. 960 holotypee F! neg. no. 050795, isotopes MICHI and BRH!). I~ied
on p. 20 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Unonpsis schippii R. E. Fries Acta Hort. Berg. 12: 254. 1937. Jacinto Hills, 8 Sep. 1933,
no. 1203 holotypee SI, isotype BRH!). Accepted name, U. pittieri Safford.

Apocynaceae
Laubertia peninmlaris Woodson Ann. Mo. Bot. Card. 23: 374. 1936. B.H.-Guat. Smvey,;
? 1934, no. P holotypee MOI).
Odontadenia caudigera Woodson Ann. Mo. Bot. Card. 23: 384. 1936. B.H.-Guat. Survey,
P 1935, no. P holotypee MO1).
Odontadenia whippii Woodson Ann. Mo. Bot. Card. 22: 292. 1935. Camp 36 BJ.HL-at.
Survey, 18 June 1934, no. S709 holotypee MOI).
Pretonia amanuensis Woodson Ann. Mo. Bot. Card. 23: 359. 1936. Stann Creek Rblway,
29 August 1929, no. S7 holotypee B destroyed during WW II). Listed as P. mexicana
(A. DC.) HemsL on p. 37 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Prestonia schippii Woodson Ann. Mo. But. Card. 23: 337. 1936. Eldorado, 22 Sept. P, no.
S388 holotypee FI neg. no. 52873). Listed as P. macrocarpa Hemsl. on. p. 37 of Schipp's
1933-34 Pricelit.
Tabernaemontna schippii Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 34. 1930. Big Creek, 20 April 1920,
no. 168 holotypee FI neg. no. 050823, isotype BRHI). Listed on pp. 37 and 47 of
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, T. arborea Rose ex Donn.-Sm.


Araceae
Philodendron belizense Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 129. 1932. Base of Cockscomb Mountains,
15 June 119301, no. 545 holotypee F! neg, nos. 52874 and 52875, isotype MICHI).
Listed on pp. 11 and 58 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, P. guatemalenae
Engler.

Araliaceae
Gilibertia schippii A- C. Smith Brittonia 2: 252. 1936. Sittee River, 10 Sept. 1930, no. 641
holotypee NY!, isotypes F1 and BRHI). Listed as G. smithiana Johnston on p. 35 of
Schfpp's 1933-34 Priceist. Accepted name, Dendropanax schippii A. C. Smith.
Oreopanax lachnocephala Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash Publ. 461: 77. 1935. Camp 31 B.H.-
Guat. Survey, 3 March 1934, no. 1272 holotypee F! neg. no. 051287, isotypes MICHI
and BRHI).
Oreopanar obtusifolis L. Wms. Fieldiana, Bot. 31: 20. 1964. Forest Home [Punta Gorda],
6 Sept. [1932], no. 1031 holotypee FI neg. no. 52944, isotype BRHI). Listed as 0.
capitatum (Jacq.) Dene. & Planch, on p. 35 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.


Aristolochiaceae
Arstolochia achippi Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 8. 1930. Big Creek, [11] March 1929, no. 7S
holotypee F! neg. nos. 52876-8, isotypes F[, MICHI and BRHI). Listed on pp. 1
and 51 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.


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Asclepiadaceae
Cynanchum stenomeres Standl. & Steyenn. Field Mus. Bot. 23: 224. 1947. All Pines, 5 Feb.
[1931], no. 674 (holotype F! neg. no. 051444, isotype BRHI). Listed as Metastelma
pedunculare Dene. on p. 37 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Ficheria briquetiana Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 139. 1932. Stann Creek Valley 19 mile,
25 June 1932, no. 962 holotypee FI neg. no. 051450, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). Listed
on p. 61 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, F. martian Dene. in DC.
Vincetoxicum grandiflorum Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash Pub]. 461: 83. 1935, Machaca, 12
August 1933, no. S575 holotypee FI neg. no. 051473, isotype MICHI). Listed as V.
schippii Standl. on p. 61 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Matelea grandiflora
(Standl.) Woodson.
Vincetoxicum schippii Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 37. 1930. Middlesex, 15 Sept. 1929, no. S19
holotypee FI neg. no. 051466). Accepted name, Gonolobus leianthus Donn.-Sm.


Bignoniaceae
Arrabidaea belizensis Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 48. 1930. Middlesex, 4 July [1929], no. 284
holotypee FI neg. no. 52879, isotype BRH!). Listed on pp. 41 and 53 of Schipp's
1933-34 Pricelist.
Clytostoma elegans Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 86. 1935. Rio Grande, 10 March
1933, no. 1127 holotypee F! neg. no. 52880); BRH specimen differs from holotype in
that it says 25 March. Listed on pp. 41 and 53 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Petastoma caudiculatum Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 141. 1932. Stann Creek Railway 9 mile,
[22] March 1932, no. 5297 holotypee F! neg. no. 52881). Listed on pp. 41 and 53 of
Schipp's 1933-4 Pricelist.
Tabebuia speciosa Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 49. 1930. Middlesex, 18 Sept. 1929, no. S51
holotypee FI neg. no. 52882).
Tynnanthus hyacinthinus Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 87. 1935. Jacinto Creek,
28 April 1934, no. S661 holotypee FI neg. no. 52883, isotype BRHI).


Bromeliaceae
Vriesia schippii L. B. Smith Contr. Cray Herb. n. ser. 98: 18. 1932. Near Middlesex, 22 Nov.
?, no. S82 holotypee F! neg. no. 52884). Listed as no. 582 on p. 12, errata on p. 69
changes the no. to S57, of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.


Burseraceae
Prothm schippii Lundell Field & Laboratory 6: 12. 1937. Stann Creek River 22 mile, 6 June
1932, no. 973 holotypee MICHI, isotype BRH!). Listed as P. sessiliflorum (Rose) Standl.
on p. 25 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelit.


Celastraceae
Maytenus belizensis Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 69. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 8 Nov.
1933, no. 5617 holotypee FI neg. no. 051762).
Maytenus guatemalensis Lundell Phytologia 1: 305. 1939. Camp 35 B.H.-Cuat. Survey, 10
June 1934, no. S635 (bolotype MICHI, isotype BRH!).
Maytenus schippii Lundell Phytologia 1: 305. 1938. "Dixie" Punta Gorda, 26 Sept. 1932,
no. 1014 holotypee MICH!, isotype BRHI). Listed as M. reissekii Urban on p. 27 of
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.


Compositae
Neurolaena schippii Robinson Rhodora 37: 62. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-Guat. Survey, 26 March
1934, no. 5735 holotypee GH).


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Connaraceae
Rourea schippii Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. PubL 461: 58. 1935. Rio Grande, 28 May 1933,
no. 1168 holotypee F! neg. no. 52885, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). Listed on p. 60 of
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.

Convolvulaceae
Ipomoea confertiflora Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. PubL 461: 83. 1933. Rio Grande, 9 Feb.
1934, no. 1236 holotypee F! neg. no. 052150, isotypes MICH! and BRHI).

Cyrillaceae
Schizocardia A. C. Smith & Standley Trop. Woods 32: 9. 1932. Type: S. belizensis A. C.
Smith & Standl. Accepted name, Purdiaea Planchon.
Schizocardia belizensis A. C. Smith & Standl. Tropical Woods no. 32: 9. 1932. Stann Creek
Valley 19 mile, 8 July 1932, no. 965 holotypee Fl neg. no. 051825, isotype BHil).
Listed as no. 443 on pp. 35 and 47 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Purdiaea
belizensis (Smith & Standley) Thomas (J. Arnold Arbor. 42: 110-111. 1961).

Ebenaceae
Diospyrwo schippii Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. PubL 461: 80. 1985. Camp 34 B.H.-Guat.
Survey, 11 June 1934, no. 1281 holotypee F! neg. no. 52495, isotypes MICH] and
BRHI).
Eriocaulaceae
Eriocaulon schippii Standl. ex Moldenke N. Am. Fl. 19: 34. 1937 (Standley & Record, Field
Mus. Bot. 12: 90. 1936, without Latin diagnosis). All Pines, 11 Sept. 1930, no. 647
holotypee NYI, isotypes MICH! and BRH!). Listed on p. 57 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.

Euphorbiaceae
Acalypha chlorocardia Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 18. 1930. Middlesex, 16 Sept. 1929, no. S45
holotypee FI neg. no. 52586). Listed on p. 27 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Acalypha gummifera Lundell Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 4: 10. 1940. Camp 34 B.H.-Guat
Survey, 23 June 1934, no. 1290 holotypee MICH!, isotype BRH!).
Alchornea oblongifolia Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 66. 1935. Camp 35 B.H.-Guat
Survey, 3 June 1934, no. S729 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52594).
Amanoa potamophila Croizat Am. Midi. Nat. 29: 475. 1943. Cattle Landing, 27 August 193
no. 1204 holotypee Al, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed as A. grandiflora Muel. Ar
on p. 60 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Dalechampia schippii Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 133. 1932. Sarawee pine ridge, [23 Dec
1931], no. S181 holotypee F! neg. no. 52645, isotype MICHI). Listed on p. 26
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Pera barbeilata Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 19. 1930. Mullins River Road, 8 June [1929
no. 201 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52684, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). Listed on p. 27
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Sapium schippii Croizat in Lundell Am. Midl. Nat. 29: 477. 1943. Forest Home Punta Cord
28 Sept. 1932, no. 1049 holotypee A!, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). Listed as S. jamaice
Sw. on p. 27 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Sebastiania longicuspis Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 134. 1982. Eldorado [Punta Gorda], 1
Sept [19321, no. 1018 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52743, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). List
on p. 27 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.

Fagaceae
Quercus schippii Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 53. 1935. Camp 36 B.H.-G
Survey, 23 June 1934, no. 1248 holotypee F! neg. no. 52756, isotypes MICHI and BRHI
Accepted name, Q. insignis Mart. & Cal.

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Figure 2. Schipp's water color painting of Schizocardia bclizensis A. C. Smith & Standley
(Cyrillaeae), found in the general collection of the Herbarium, Department of Botany,
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois.


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Facourtiaceae
Casearia belizeni StandL Field Mus. Bot 12: 412. 1936. Temash River, 14 March 1935,
no. 1314 holotypee F! neg. no. 050653, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).
Homalum riparium Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 74. 1935. Rio Grande River,
16 July 1933, no. 1182 holotypee F! neg. no. 050683, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).
Listed on p. 60 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelt. Accepted name, H. racemosum Jacq.
Lunania sesiUflao Standl Carnegie Inst Wash. Publ. 461: 74. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 4 Nov.
1938, no. S606 (holotype Fl neg. no. 050687). Accepted name, Bartholomaea sewsslifor
(StandL) Standl. & Steyerm.

Gentianaeeae
Lisanthus colinus Standl Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ 461: 81. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 1 Sept.
1933, no. 1205 holotypee Fl, isotypes MICH and BRHI). Listed on p. 61 of Schipp's
1933-34 Picelist. Accepted name, L. breidentatus (HemsL) O. Kuntze.

Geaneriacee
Drymonia ochroleuca Stand. Field Mus. Bot 12: 413. 1936. Temash River, 4 August 1935,
no. 5901 holotypee F! neg. no. 52777).

Guntterae
Cluia belizensts Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 72. 1935. Camp 33 B.H.-Guat
Survey, 10 April 1934, no. 1242 holotypee F! neg. no. 52886, isotypes MICHI and
BBRH).
Clusia schippii Lundell Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 4: 18. 1940. Camp 32 B.H.-Guat. Survey,
10 May 1934, no. 1275 holotypee MICH!, isotypes F! and BRHI). Accepted name, C.
salniU Donn.-Sm.

Hippocrateaceae
Hippocratea lancifolia Lundell Phytologia 1: 338. 1939. Sittee River, 20 March 1930 [1931],
no. 715 holotypee MICHI, isotype BRH!). Accepted name, H. floribunda Benth.
Salacia beliensis StandL Field Mus. Bot. 8: 19. 1930. Mullins River Road, 10 April 1929,
no. 128 holotypee F! neg. no. 40866, isotype BRHI). Listed on p. 28 of Schipp's 1933-34
Priceuit.

Laurmeae
Beilshmiedea hondurensis Kosterm. Rec. Tray. Bot. Neerl. 35: 854. 1938. Camp 31 B.H.-Guat.
Survey, 7 April 1934, no. 1262 holotypee KW, isotypes MICHI and BRH!).
Chanedia coriacea Lundell Phytologia 1: 179. 1937. Camp 31 B.H.-Guat. Survey, 22 Feb.
1934, no. 1282 holotypee MICHI, isotype BRHI). Accepted name, Licaria coriacea
(Lunde) Kostem.

Legnminosae
Bauhinia emarginela Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 60. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-Guat
Survey, 11 March 1934, no. S630 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52887, isotype BRHI). Accepted
name, B. rubelruzian Donn. Smith.
Bauhinia sericela Standl Carnegie Inst Wash. PubL 461: 60. 1935. Jacinto Creek, 14 July
1933, no. 1197 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52888, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on
p. 60 of Schipp's 1933-4 Pricelist.
Chaetocaly belizeni Standl. Field Mus. Bot 12: 410. 1936. Temash River, 18 Feb. 1935,
no. 1330 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52889, isotypes MICH! and BRHI).
Crotalaria iteWina Ker var. schippii Senn Rhodora 41: 364. 1941. Stann Creek, 9 Dec. 1929,
no. 493 (olotype GH, isotype BRHI); MICH specimen differs from holotype in that
it says 8 Dec. Listed as C. mapurensis HBK. on pp. 24 and 54 of Schipp's 1933-34
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Eroswm pinetorum Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 313. 1931. All Pines, 20 August [1930], no
584 (bolotype F! neg. no. 52890, isotopes MICHI and BRH!). Listed on p. 24 of
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Galactia niida Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 62. 1935. Camp 32 B.l.-Cuat. Survey,
8 April 1934, no. S680 (holotype F! neg. no. 52891). Accepted name, Desmodium
metalScum (Rose & Standl.) Standl.
Ings beliensis Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 4: 307. 1929. Mullins River Road, [22 Feb.] 1929,
no. 24 (bolotype F! neg. no. 52892, isotopes MICH! and BRH!). Listed on pp. 21
and 47 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Inga schippi Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 132. 1932. Banana Bank base of Cockscomb Moun-
tains 10 June [1930], no. 538 holotypee F! neg. no. 52893, isotopes MICH! and BRHI).
Listed on pp. 21 and 47 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, 1, roussmoiana
Pittier,
Loancocrpu amarus Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 63. 1935. Rio Crande, 7 Feb.
1933, no. 1120 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52894, isotypes MICH! and BRHII). Listed on
pp. 23 and 47 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Machaerium habroneurum Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 63. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-
CGat. Survey, 11 March 1934, no. S676 holotypee Fl, isot}pe BRIH!).
Machaerium merrilUi Standl. Field Mus. BoL 8: 15. 1930. Stann Creek Railway, 2 April 1929,
no. 113 holotypee FI); BRH specimen differs from holotype in that it says 5 April. Listed
on p. 24 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelst.
Mochaerium rosescent Stand. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 64. 1935. Big Rock Toledo,
22 Dec. 1932, no. 1091 holotypee F!, isotypes MICH! and BRII!). Listed on p. 24 of
Sch4pp' 1933-34 Pricen t.
Mimones ac4m Stanid Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 58. 1935. Jacinto Hills vicinity.
4 May 1934, no. 1306 holotypee Fl neg. no, 52895, isoty)ps MICHI and BRHII).
Ormora schippii Pierce Field Mus. Bot. 24(3): 311. 1946 (Trop. Woods no. 113: 124-126.
1960). Temash River, 22 April 1934, no. 1297 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52896, isotopes
MICHI and BRHI).
Onnmosi toledoana Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 64. 1935. Forest Home Toledo,
4 Nov. 1932, no. 1052 holotypee F! neg. no. 52897, isotopes MICH! and BRH!). Listed
on p. 23 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Pilhecolobium halogenes Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 59. 1935. Punta Gorda,
3 July 1933, no. 1196 holotypee F! neg. no. 52898, isot)prs MICIH! and BRI!). Listed
on p. 60 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelst.
PithecolcObum plstaciifolium Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 59. 1935. Rio Crande
River, 3 Jan. 1934, no. 1260 (holotyph- F! neg. no. 52899, isotypes MICH! and BRH!).
Pithcoloblem schippii Lundell Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 6: 31. 1941. Temash River, 3 April
1935, no. 1318 (bolotype MICH!, isotype BRH!). Accepted name, P. donnell-smithii
(Britt. & Rose) Standl.
Lentibulariaceae
Uticulria adenantha Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 23: 179. 1944. All Pines, 2 Sept. [1930], no.
$89 holotypee F! neg. no. 52900, isotopes MICII! and BRI!). Listed on p. 41 of
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Liliaceae
Smaila munda Killip & Morton Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 265. 1936. lio Grande River,
23 Jnly 1933, no. 1181 holotypee FI neg. no. 52901, isotopes MICH! and BRHIt).

Loganiaceae
Strclhnos brachistantha Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 12: 412. 1936. Temash River, 21 July 1935,
no. S899 holotypee F! neg. no. 52902, isotopes MICH! and BRH!). Accepted name,
S. nigrlns Prog. in Martius.
Strchnom panamrensi Seem. var. hirtiflora Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 138. 1932. Stann Creek
Valey 19 mile, 2 July [1932], no. 5301 (holotype F! neg. no. 52903). Accepted name,
S. tabacana Sprague & Sandw.


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Marcgraviaceae
Marcgravia schippi Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 71. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-Guat
Survey, 6 May 1934, no. 1273 holotypee Fl, isotype BRH!).

Melastomataseae
Blakea cuneata Stand). Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 76. 1935. Rio Viejo, 20 Nov. 193
no. S604 (hlotype Fl neg. no. 52904).
Conostega caelestis Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 4: 318. 1929. Big Creek Mullins River RoaI
8 March 1929, no. 63 holotypee F, isotopes MICH and BRHI). Listed on p. 33 of SchipA
1933-34 Prcelist.
Conostegla plumos L. Wins. Fieldiana, Bot. 29: 562. 1963. Middlesex, 10 July [1929], no
232 (holotype F, isotype BRH1).
Henriettella macrocalyx Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 31. 1930. Stann Creek Railway 6 mil
6 Sept. 1929, no. 388 holotypee F1 neg, no. 52905, isotype BRHl). Listed on p. 34 l0
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Henriettea succosa (Aubl.) DC.
Maieta cuneata Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 31. 1930. Middlesex, 1 Sept. 1929, no. 320 (holotyp
F! neg. no. 52906, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). Listed on pp. 35 and 50 of Schipp'i
1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Henriettea cuneata (Standl.) L. Wis.
Miconia belizensis Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 30. 1930. Middlesex, 27 Sept. 1929, no. 3i
holotypee Fl neg, no. 52907, isotopes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on pp. 33 and 50 d
Schipps 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Al. serulata (DC.) Naudin.
Mimonia ochrolenca Standl. Field Mus. Bet. 11: 138. 1932. Middlesex, 20 Nov. 1929, no. 48
holotypee Ft neg. no. 52908, isotopes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on p. 34 of Schlpp'i
1933-34 Pricelist.
Miaconi schippii Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 30. 1930. Big Creek, 11 June [1929], no. 220
holotypee F! neg. no. 52909, isotype BRHI); MICH specimen differs from holotypi
in that it says Mullins River Road and not Big Creek. Listed as M. ciliata (L. Rich.) DC
on p. 34 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Topobea rosea Gleason Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 522: 336. 1940. Temash River, 13 Mare
1935, no. 1320 holotypee NY!, isotypes MICHI and BRIl!). Accepted name, T. wataow
Cogn. in DC. Monog. Phan.
Menispermaceae
Disciphania coriacea Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 55. 1935. Rio Crande, 11 Jaq
1933, no. S458 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52923). Listed on p. 19 of Schipp' 1933-
Pricelist. Accepted name, D. calocarpa Standl.

Moraceae
Ficus schippii StandL Field Mus. Bot. 8: 7. 1930. Middlesex, 1 Sept. 1929, no. 334 (holotyp
Fl neg. no. 52910, isotopes MICH! and BRH1). Listed on p. 17 of Schipp's 193-
Pricelit.
Myriaticaceae
Dialyanlhera muliflora Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 12. 1930. Stann Creek Railway 12 i
18 July 11929], no. 279 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52911, isotypes MICHI and BRH-thr
specimensl. Listed on p. 20 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Virol, muk
flora (StandL) A- C. Smith.
Myrsinaceae
Arduis achippui Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 12: 412. 1936. Temash River, 8 August 1935, I
1365 holotypee FI, isotypes MICH and BRHI).

Myrtaceae
Cayptranthes megistophylla Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 75. 1935. Camp
BJ.-Cuat Survey, 7 May 1934, no. 1265 (holotype F! neg. no. 52912 isotypes MIC
and BRHI).

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Aqldiu burmsuold Standl Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 75. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-Cuat.
SrY, 20 March 1934, no. 1270 holotypee F! neg. no. 52913, isotypes MICHI and
MiHt).
EIgean fleifolia Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 320. 1931. Stann Creek Railway, 14 Nov. [1929],
no. 4O holotypee FE neg. no. 52914, isotype MICHI); BRH specimen differs from
ootype in that it says 15 Nov. Accepted name, E, farameoides A. Rich.
ZEqis chpp4 Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 137. 1932. Seine Bight, 26 Nov. [1930], no. 669
holtype Fl neg. no. 52915, isotypes MICHI and BRH-two specimens!). Listed on
p. 88 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Psidium anglohondurense (Lundell)
McVaugh.
Rugisq t tod tensit Lundell Phytologia 1: 307. 1939. Camp 23 [32] B.H.-Guat. Survey, 16
Fe. 1984, no. S644 holotypee MICHI).
MySob achppH Lundell Am. MidL Nat. 29: 482. 1943. All Pines, 2 June 1931, no. 797
(haotype MICHI, isotype BRHI). Listed as M. oentediana Berg. on p. 60 of Schipp's
193-34 PFileUst. Accepted name, M. splendens (Sw.) D.C.
Mfdm clrpobalanoides Standl. Field Mus. BoL 8: 319. 1931. All Pines, 25 August 1930,
no. S (holotype Fl neg no. 52916, isotypes MICH! and BRHI). Listed on p. 33 of
Schl/pp 1988-84 Pfrioast. Accepted name, P. guineense Sw. ?
Pffdha hapogiuoum StandL Field Mus. Bot. 8: 320. 1931. All Pines, 7 Sept. [1930], no. S99
(hobtype F! neg. no. 52917). Listed on p. 33 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Pd itard olomdhfoum Standl Field Mus. Bot. 8: 318. 1931. All Pines, 5 Sept. [1930], no.
585 (olotype F! neg. no. 52918). Listed on p. 33 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted
name P. grease Sw.
PFaMims Ihipp Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 319. 1931. All Pines, 25 August [19301, no. 595
uotype 1 neg. no. 52919, isotypes MICHI and BRH-two specimensl. Listed on
p. 38 of S pfa 1988-S4 Pricdtst. Accepted name, P. guineense Sw.

Najadaceae
Nala multkdentata Koch Ber. Schweiz. Bot. Cesell. 44: 341. 1935. Forest Home Punta Gorda,
8 August 1932, no. 991 (bolotype CI, isotypes MICH! and BRH!). Listed as N. guada-
hopmne (Spreng.) Morong. on pp. 9 and 55 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name,
N. wrfghtimna A. Br. subsp. multldentata (Koch) R. T. Clausen.

Olacaceae
B#tert chippiam- Standl Field Mus. Bot. 11: 130. 1932. Stann Creek Valley 19 mile, 9
July 1962, no. 970 holotypee F! neg. no. 52920, isotypes MICH! and BRIHI). Listed
Sp. 17 of Sch4pp'~ 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, H. media Blake.

Palmae
Bo rk itchophylia Burret Repert Sp. Nov. 32: 113. 1933; 34: 214. 1934. Stann Creek
Valley, no. S368 (bolotype B destroyed during WW II). Listed on p. 11 of Schipp's
1933-34 Pricdult.
ChamR doma achippi Burret Notizbl. Bot. Cart. Berlin 11: 1038. 1934. Jacinto Hills, [21]
Augst 1933, no. 569 holotypee B destroyed during WW II); BRH specimen has two
mo. 55W Berlin and 1222.
DessMonew lorhochi Burret Repert. Sp. Nov. 36: 203. 1934. Rio Grande, ?, no. S5I7a
(lotype B destroyed during WW II).
Dmano s w chppii Burret Repert Sp. Nov. 36: 202. 1934. Rio Grande, 29 March 1933,
am. 5517 (olotype Bl).
flotrwe achippU Burret Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin 12: 303. 1935. Pojktuun Trail, 1 July
194, no. S893 (holotype B destroyed during WW II).
hLAaklrdL i gracilor Burret NotizbL Bot. Cart. Berlin 11: 555. 1932. Stann Creek Valley,
12 April 192, no. 8369 [S369] holotypee B destroyed during W'W II). Listed on p. 11
of Schpp' 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, R. gracifis Burret var. gracilior (Burret)
H. E. Moore.

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Sabal nematoclada Burret Repert. Sp. Nov. 48: 256. 1940. Forest Home, ?, no. 8443 [S443]
holotypee B destroyed during WW II). Listed as S. mauritiiformrl (Karst.) Cris. &
Wendl., no. 5443, on p. 11 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelit.
Schippia Burret Notizbl. Bot. Cart. Berlin 11: 867. 1933. Type: S. concolor Burret
Schippia concolor Burret Notizbl. Bot. Cart. Berlin 11: 868. 1933. Stann Creek Valley 19
mile, 5 July 1932, no. S367 holotypee B destroyed during WW II). Listed on p. 11 of
Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.

Pasifloraceae
Pauflora brevipes Killip Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 312. 1936. Jacinto Hills, 11 March
1934, no. 1304 (bolotype F! neg. no. 52921, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).
Passflomr foetida L. var. subintegra Killip Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 328. 1936. All
Pines, 12 Sept. 1930, no. 648 holotypee MICH!, isotype BRHI). Listed as P. ciliata Ait.
on p. 31 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelit.
Pasiflora oboveta Killip Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 308. 1936. Camp 35 B.H.-Guat
Survey, 20 May 1934, no. 713 [S713] holotypee F! neg. no. 52924).


Piperaceae
Piper eldoradense Trelease in Standl. Field Mtis. Bot. 12: 103. 1936 (without Latin diagnosis).
Eldorado Road [Punta Gorda], 18 August [1932], no. 1005 holotypee FI neg. no. 52922,
isotype BRHI). Listed as Piper sp. on p. 15 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name,
P. donnel-smithi C. DC. ex Donn. Smith.
Piper middlesexense Trelease in Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 12: 103. 1936 (without Latin
diagnosis). Middlesex, 24 July [1929], no. 286 holotypee F! neg. no. 52925, isotype BRH-
two specimens). Listed on p. 15 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, P. variabile
C. DC. ex Donn. Smith.
Piper schippianum Trelease & StandL Field Mus. Bot. 24(3): 323. 1952 (P. tchippianum
Trelease in Standl., without Latin diagnosis, Field Mus. Bot. 12: 104. 1936). Stann Creek
Railway 19 mile [Middlesex], 31 July [1929], no. 316 holotypee F! neg. no. 52926,
isotype BRH-two specimens!). Listed on p. 15 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelit.


Polygonaceae
Coccoloba lancfolia Lundell Bull. Torrey Club 66: 593. 1939. Jacinto Hills, 28 August 1933,
no. 1200 holotypee MICHI, isotypes F! and BRHI). Listed as C. cozumelen t HemsL
on p. 60 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, C. laurifolia Jacq.
Coccoloba schipp Lundell Bull. Torrey Club 66: 594. 1939. Camp 31 B.H.-Cuat Survey,
18 March 1934, no. 5687 holotypee F! neg. no. 52927).


Polypodiceae
Dryopteris schippii Weatherby Am. Fern. Jour. 25: 52. 1935. Machaca Creek, 10 April 1934,
no. 8-782 S1782] holotypee GHt).

Quiinaceae
Quina schippii Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 26. 1930. Middlesex, [13] July 1929, no. 238
holotypee FI neg. no. 52928, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed as no. 231 on pp. 48
and 60 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.


Rosaceae
Photinia microcarpa Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 57. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-Cuat.
Survey, 11 April 1934, no. 1291 holotypee FI neg. no. 52929, isotypes MICHI and
BRHI).


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Figure 3. Schipp's water color painting of Qugina schippii Standley (Quiinaceae), found in
t6 general collection of the Herbarium, Department of Botany, Field Museum of Natural
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Rubhiceae
Faramea baezensMi Standl. Carnegie Inst Wash. Pubt 461: 90. 1935. Camp 36 B.H.-Guat.
Survey, 19 June 1934, no. 5721 holotypee F! neg. no. 052335); MICH and BRH
specimens differ from holotype in that they say 1 July.
Faormen bachxyphon Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 62. 1930. Middlesex, 17 Sept [1929], no.
345 holotypee FI neg. no. 052356, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on pp. 43 and
51 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricest.
Hoffmnnis rhiantha StandL Carnegie Inst Wash. PubL 461: 90. 1935. Esperanza Trail,
26 June 1934, no. 5731 holotypee Fi neg. no. 052448).
Rondeetia belienis Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. PubL 461: 91. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 28
August 1933, no. 1201 (bolotype F! neg. no. 52930, isotype BRHI). Listed on p. 61 of
Schipp' 1933-34 PriceUot.

Rutaceae
Amyris rhomboidea StandL Carnegie Inst. Wash. Pub! 461: 65. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 11 Dec.
1933, no. 1227 holotypee FI neg. no. 049597, isotypes MICH[ and BRHI).

Sapindaceae
Cupania auricutata Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 20. 1930. Stann Creek Railway [6 mile],
[20] July 1929, no. 267 holotypee F! neg. no. 049546, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).
Listed on pp. 28 and 47 of Schipp's 1933-34 Priceis.
Cupania schlppi Standl. Field Mua. Bot. 12: 411. 1936. Temash River, 2 April 1935, no. 1348
holotypee FI neg. no. 049541, isotypes MICHI and BRH1).
Thinouia tosocrpa Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 12: 411. 1936. Temash River, 6 Feb. 1935,
no. 1336 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52931, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).

Sapotaeeae
Bumeia rtuta Swartz subsp. negleca Cmnquist J. Arnold Arbor. 26: 461. 1943. All Pines,
20 August 1930, no. 585 (holotype F! neg. no. 52932, isotypes MICH! and BRHI).
Listed as B. retusa Swartz on p. 36 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelst. Accepted name, B.
return Swartz.
DiphoUs duriw la StandL Carnegie Inst Wash. Publ. 461: 78. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 8 Sept
1933, no. 1202 holotypee F! neg. no. 52933, isotopes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on
p. 61 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Manikar stamtnodella Gilly Trop. Woods 73: 10. 1943. Camp 33 BJL-Guat. Survey, 29
April 1934, no. 1310 (holotype NYi, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).
Pouterif galifrfcta Cronquist Lloydia 9: 285. 1946. Temash River, 2 March 1935, no. 1323
holotypee NY1, isotypes MICHI and BRHI).
Pouteria neglect Cronquist Lloydia 9: 286. 1946. Temash River, 7 April 1935, no. 1354
holotypee MICHI, isotype BRHI).
Sideroxylon beizense Lundell Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 6: 55. 1941. Camp 32 B.H.-Guat.
Survey, 15 March 1934, no. 1M9 holotypee MICHI, isotype BRHE). Accepted name,
Matichodendron belizense (Lundell) Cronquist
Siderompon rufotomentosum StandL Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 79. 1935. Camp 32
B.H.-Cuat Survey, 28 March 1934, no. 5674 holotypee Ft neg. no. 52934, isotype
BRHI). Accepted name, Diphois stevewnmi StandL

Scrophularileae
Bacopa lacertos Standl Field Mus. Bot. 11: 140. 1932. Al Pines, 29 April [1931], no. 763
holotypee F! neg. no, 52935, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on p. 40 of Schipp's
1933--4 Prcelist.
Bacopa nais Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 141. 1932. All Pines, 1 Sept. [1930], no. 610
holotypee F! neg. no. 52936, isotypes MICHI and BRHI). Listed on pp. 40 and 57 of
Schipp's 193-34 Pricelit.
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Solanaceae
Solaam limitaneum Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 85. 1935. Camp 33 B.H.-Guat.
Survey, 24 April 1934, no. S681 holotypee F! neg. no. 049434).
Solanum schippii Standl. Cmrnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 85. 1935. Machaca, 26 August
1933, no. S584 (holotype F! neg. no. 049447). Listed on p. 61 of Schipp's 1933-34
Pricelit.

Symplocaceae
Symplocos bicolor L. Wms. Fieldiana, Bot. 31: 265. 1967. Mullins River Road, 15 Dec. 1931,
no. 862 holotypee F! neg. no. 52937, isotopes MICH! and BRH!).

Theaceae
Eurya lancifolia Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 8: 317. 1931. Middlesex, 15 Nov. 1929, no. 455
holotypee F! neg. no. 050643, isotypes MICH! and BRH-two specimens!). Listed on
p. 30 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist. Accepted name, Freziera grisebachii Krug & Urban.

Theophrastaceae
lacquina paludicola Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 138. 1932. Forest Home [Punta Gorda],
11 Sept 1932, no. 1028 holotypee F! neg. no. 52938, isotypes MICH! and BRH!).
Listed on p. 60 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.
Jacqunida schippii Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 78. 1935. Jacinto Hills, 11 Dec.
1933, no. 1233 holotypee F! neg. no. 52939, isotopes MICHI and BRH!).

Tiliaceae
Sboanme chippi Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 70. 1935. Rio Grande, 21 April 1933,
no. 1163 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52940, isotype BRHI). Listed on p. 60 of Schipp's
1933-34 Priceist.

Ulmaceae
CGeis achippii Standl. Field Mus. Rot. 12: 409. 1936. Temash River, 25 March 1935, no. 1322
holotypee FI neg. no. 52941, isotypes MICH! and BRHI).
Trema strigiwoss Lundell Phytologia 1: 337. 1939. Middlesex, 11 Nov. 1929, no. 439 holotypee
MICHI, Isotype BRHI). Listed as T. micrantha (L.) Blume on p. 16 of Schipp's 1933-34
Priceist. Accepted name, T. micrantha (L.) Blume var. strigillosa (Lundell) Standl. &
Steyerm.

Verbenaceae
Pere arborea HBK. forma albiflora Standl. Field Mus. Bot. 11: 140. 1932. Sittee River,
17 March [1931], no. 727 holotypee Fl neg. no. 52942, isotype MICH!). Listed on
pp. 39 and 50 of Schipp's 1933-34 Pricelist.

Violaceae
Hybmthus malpighiifolius Standl. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 461: 73. 1935. Camp 32 B.H.-
Gnat Survey, 7 March 1934, no. 1278 holotypee FI neg. no. 52943, isotypes MICH!
and BRHI). Accepted name, Orthion malpighiifolium (Standl.) Standl. & Steyerm.


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SCHIPPS FLORA OF BRITISH HONDURAS, PRICELIST OF SEEDS
& HERBARIUM MATERIAL

In 1933-34 Schipp posted two hundred and twenty copies of his Catalogue, Flora
of British Honduras, Priceist of Seeds & Herbarium Material, to different parts
of the world (Fig. 4). As a professional Botanical Explorer, this was an attempt to
increase the number of his subscribers and to aid present ones in making orders.
Determinations for the Catalogue (Schipp, 1933-34) were made by Paul C. Standley,
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois; R. Pilger, M. Burret (Palms),
R. Mansfeld, and E. Ulbrich (fungi), Berlin-Dahlem; Wm. R. Taylor (algae), Ann
Arbor, Michigan; and A. S. Hitchcock and W. R. Maxon, Washington D.C.
The arrangement of Schipp's Catalogue reveals his keen observation in the field
and his familiarity with natural groups of the flora. The first part is systematically
arranged according to algae, mosses, ferns, conifers and angiosperms of British
Honduras, including prices for seed packets. The remainder of the Catalogue is
divided into the following sections: beautiful flowering trees, foliage trees suitable
for street planting, shade trees suitable for field crops, flowering shrubs, climbers,
cover crops and green manures, aquatic and marsh plants etc., and climbing and
epiphytical Araceae, Bromeliaceae etc. For most sections, height and color of plants
are given along with price of seed packets.
Schipp's Catalogue is the first flora ever compiled of southern British Honduras.
This Catalogue was to serve as a prelude to a more comprehensive work on the
total British Honduran flora which Schipp alludes to in the prologue of his Catalogue.

I have to thank my Clients for the generous support they have again given me, for
without the continual assistance afforded by their orders for Herbarium Specimens, Seeds
and other material there would not be now the possibility of presenting you with this
Catalogue; and it is my hope that if you are interested in the Indigenous Flora of Central
America and not already a Subscriber to my Collections, you will assist me in my
endeavour to produce in time a fairly comprehensive Catalogue of the Flora of the
whole of this Colony.

The completion of The Forests and Flora of British Honduras by Paul C. Standley
and Samuel J. Record in 1936 (Schipp, 1936b), the decline in the number of sub-
scribers (Schipp, 1934a), finances (Schipp, 1933b, 1934a), and illness (Schipp,
1935c-d, f, 1936b) are reasons that prevented Schipp from preparing a more
comprehensive flora of British Honduras, leading ultimately to his departure from
British Honduras (Schipp, 1936b) in 1937 for his native land. His health improved
in Australia where he was later employed as a landscape gardener by Norman
Lindsay. In 1967, William A. Schipp living in retirement in a country town in New
South Wales died, "leaving his few possessions to the local Horticultural Society,
in which he was keenly interested" (personal communication with Jack M. Schipp,
Maylands, Western Australia, a nephew of William A. Schipp).


SUMMARY OF SCHIPP'S COLLECTION SITES IN THE STANN CREEK DISTRICT

The scenic Stann Creek District is mostly hilly with elevations ranging from sea
level to over 2000 feet (Anderson, 1963) in the Cockscomb range of the Maya
Mountains. Plant collections (Fig. 5) were primarily made along the coastal plain
belt (Schipp, 1931a), with considerable time (Fig. 6) spent between Stann Creek
Town, at the mouth of the North Stann Creek, and Middlesex, 23 miles up the


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Or.Paul C.Standley STANN CREEK Punts Uords
it@m nield dueum of Natural di*tory swrmn HOounRAs Feb 2Vth.1934
Chi ago,111. U.S.A.


Dear Doctor Standleys
Irn forwarding by m mail a parcel of herbarium Specmel n for determinat-

ione, also a few nbsers from y private herbarium for correction, would be
pleased to have the latter returned es soon as possible.
suite a amber in the parcel you will aottee were ollected by ir.
d,.Trter, damage of the Tropieal oil Products Go.daelbeaz,.H. so should there
be any species nov among them. Plea* give him the credit for the dieoveries,
not ymelf, me I hbv done very little collecting for some time past, for the
resom that I have been busy getting Ute catalogue off my hands. rve managed
to post two hundred and twenty copies to different parts of the world, so nave
ent done bed. 6everel have ent eash along with request for oe, needless to
remark I had to return their dollar along with catalogue, mother they Mant it as
a curio or for it inasccuracies. I cannot say! either w.y it is a bit of encourag-
met.
At the end of the week I will be making tracks out to the Guatemala-
k.doeldumr boundary nere the Government Survey party are at present cutting a
boundry line, at the oment they are at am altitude of over two thousand feet
and still going up, and expect to roean the three thousand feet mark within the
next month. I have hired three mles for the job for peaking my material as
collected to the Col bia river, which will t'en be taken Sp dorsy to dachaca
forty liles distant to be dried, bone job coupled with tio fifteen nile mule
trip from survey sn p to C;loibia, tansporting drier and kerosene supplies to
tia field of operations is quite out of the jastion as the country tr rLsred
is very rouh hard going all tie wat--xpe:t to re in out on th line until thq
neet up wt. the party working from the other end Vhiou will be about Auguet. Ib
an opportunity I do not nre to miss, as it would be impos ibit to get to that
pert of the Eolony aft:r the survey party leave, as it isthy hbav to transport
water for stile on account of it being porous lisestone country.


Figure 4. Letterhead of Schipp's stationery. Letter tells of Schipp's preparation and
distribution of his Catalogue (Flora of British Honduras, Pricelist of Seeds & Herbarium
ateriaol from William A. Schipp, Stann Creek, British Honduras, 1933-34), and his plans
for collecting on the Guatemala-British Honduras boundary.

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Figure 5. Map of Schipp's collection sites in the Stann Creek District, British Honduras.
Numbers refer to collection sites as presented in the itineraries for 1929-1935.


Stann Creek Valley. Today, the Stann Creek Valley Road (Fig. 6) extends from
Stann Creek Town to Middlesex where it joins the Hummingbird Highway. Early
in the century, there was a Railway (Anderson, 1963) that went from Middlesex to
Commerce Bight Pier (Fig. 6) via Stann Creek Town. The work of replacing the
Railway with a road commenced at Middlesex in 1938. Schipp's botanical explore.
tions were prior to this time, therefore his sites (itineraries, 1929, 1932) refer to
the Stann Creek Railway.
Many plants were collected along the Mullins River Road, especially at Big Creek
(100 ft. alt.). The trail at 11 mile (Fig. 6) is believed to be the Mullins River Road
to which Schipp refers (itineraries, 1929, 1931-1932), not the present day Mullins
River Road between 8 and 9 miles.


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Along the coast (Fig. 5), Schipp explored Stann Creek Town, New Town, All
Pines, Sittee River, South Stann Creek, Seine Bight, and several cays (Schipp,
1932a-b) off the coast. Dr. Claude S. Harwood, a good friend of Schipp, lived in
Stann Creek Town and assisted Schipp throughout his stay in British Honduras.
Schipp's private herbarium (Schipp, [no date]d, [no year] b) was on display at the
home of C. S. Harwood, where botanists coming to the colony were encouraged to
visit. Newtown just south of Stann Creek Town, once a small Carib village, no
longer exists, Hopkins being the closest inhabited village. Schipp was at Newtown
(Schipp, [no date]d) when British Honduras was struck by a severe hurricane on
10 September 1931.
All Pines proved to be a paradise for the genus, Utricularia (Schipp, [no date]h,
1930k; Standley, 1931). An attempt was made via All Pines to collect in the Cocks-
comb Mountains (Schipp, 1930h), a part of the colony (Fig. 5) for which very little
is known. Schipp relates his experiences (Schipp, 1930h) to Paul C. Standley at
the Field Museum.

... collecting on the Cockscombs, I did, "but alas" with disastrous results, both from
the financial and health point of view, I camped at the foot of the mountains for a month
and eighteen days, before I could get my drying material transported to the field of
operations, which I, previously to this had dried to Regalia, the nearest point, to jump
off, for hauling overland to where I had my camp, sixteen miles distant, wet when I
eventually did get all my gear. I started right in the next day collecting around the foot
of the mountains, but not on the mountains however, as it was unfortunately too late
in the season, as the rains had already set in, however this did not worry me much, as
I could find plenty to collect in the vicinity of the camp, but as luck would have it, I was
after three weeks of collecting taken ill with malaria.

Schipp was taken to All Pines (Schipp, 1930h) where he was placed on a boat for
Stann Creek Town. After recovering in Stann Creek Town he returned to All Pines
finding half of his specimens (Schipp, 1930h) spoilt with mold. Financial reasons
(Schipp, 1930h) prevented Schipp from making further collections in the Cockscomb
Mountains. At All Pines Schipp decided to explore the Toledo District (Schipp [no
date]h, 1930h, 1932b), commencing during August of 1932 in the vicinity of Punta
Gorda.


SUMMARY OF SCHIPPS COLLECTION SITES IN THE TOLEDO DISTRICT

In the Toledo District, Schipp's explorations (Fig. 7) ranged from the coastal belt
to the British Honduras-Guatemala frontier at an elevation over 2000 feet. Along
the coast collections were made at Rio Grande, Jacinto Creek, Punta Gorda, and
the Temash River. In the vicinity of Punta Gorda Schipp collected throughout 'he
Toledo Settlement (Fig. 8). In the late 1860s (Anderson, 1963), Americans from
the southern United States, ruined by the Civil War, moved to British Honduras
where they established the Toledo Settlement This settlement (Fig. 8) comprises a
number of Civil War Estates including Forest Home, Eldorado, Fern Hill (about
5 miles from Punta Gorda), Westmoreland (a few miles from Punta Gorda), Dixie
(about 6 miles from Punta Gorda), Fairview (a village where the Noviciate of the
Pallotine nuns known as Nazareth is situated), and Missouri Rancho (alcng the
Rio Grande).
At Punta Gorda, Schipp finished compiling (Schipp, 1933b) and distributed
(Fig. 4) his Catalogue (Flora of British Honduras, Prcelist of Seeds & Herbarium
Material, 1933-34). He also made botanical paintings (Schipp, 1933b) of new taxa
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to itineraries for 1929-1935.


described from his collections. Schipp sold the water color paintings of Schizocardia
beliensis A. C. Smith & Standley (Fig. 2) and Quiina schippii Standley (Fig. 3) to
the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois.
Inland from the Toledo Settlement (Figs. 7-8), Schipp collected at Machaca,
Mafredi Lagoon (near the San Antonio Road), San Antonio, Pueblo Viejo, and
Rio Blanco. During February of 1934, Schipp met the government survey party at
Camp 31 situated approximately thirty-one miles from the southern border of British
Honduras along the British Honduras-Guatemala boundary. The survey party set
up a camp site at each mile as it surveyed this rough terrain of porous limestone.
The nature of Schipp's collections from Camps 31-36 (Fig. 7) is revealed in a
letter (Schipp, 1934c) to B. L. Robinson at the Gray Herbarium, Cambridge, Massa-
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At the present I am along with the Government Survey Party on the frontier, where
collecting has been rather brisk for the last couple of months. The flora being quite
different to that of the coast. The ferns and Bromeliaceae are to be had in great variety

These two plant groups were sent to the Gray Herbarium for determinations. Thirty-
one taxa new to science (refer to list of Taxa Described from Schipp'6 Britislh
Honduran Vascular Plant Collections) were described from Schipp's coilectiots along
the British Honduras-Guatemala frontier. Prior to leaving the Toledro District, Schipp
explored the Temash River (Itineraries, 1933-1935), as well as the village of
Crique Saco, twenty miles up the river.


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Figure 8. Map showing in greater detail the area around Punta Gorda, British Honduras.
Numbers refer to collection sites as presented in the itineraries for 1929-1935.


Itrary for Schpp's 1929 Colections
Feb. 2, 6-7, 9 Big Creek; Feb. 9, 16 Mullins River Road; Feb. 16, 17-18, 19 Big Creek;
Feb. 19, 20, 21 Mullins River Road; Feb. 21 Big Creek; Feb. 22 Stann Creek Railway;
Feb. 22, 23, 24 Mullins River Road, Big Creek; Feb. 24 Stann Creek Railway; Feb. 25
Big Creek; Feb. 26 Mullins River Road, Big Creek; Feb. 28, March 1 Stann Creek
Railway; March 1 Mullins River Road; March 2, 3 Caves Stann Creek Railway (1);

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March 3 Big Creek; March 4-5 Mullins River Road; March 6, 7 Stann Creek Railway,
Big Creek; March 7 Hope Creek (2). March 8 Stann Creek Railway, Big Creek; March 9
Big Creek, Mullins River Road; March 10 near Big Creek; March 10, 11 Big Creek,
Stann Creek Railway; March 12 Middlesex, Mullins River Road; March 12. 13 Big Creek;
March 14 Stann Creek Railway (9 miles); March 14, 15 Stann Creek Railway, Mullins
River Road; March 15, 16 Big Creek; March 17, 18 Stann Creek Railway; March 18, 19
Big Creek; March 25, 29, April 1, 2 Mullins River Road; April 1, 2 Stann Creek Railway,
Big Creek; April 3, 4 Big Creek, Stann Creek Railway; April 4 Stann Creek Railway
(11 mile); April 4, 5 Mullins River Road; April 5 Big Creek; April 6 Mullins River Road,
Stann Creek Railway; April 8 Big Creek, Hope Creek (2); April 9 Caves (12 miles) Stann
Creek Railway (1); April 10 Mullins Hiver Road. Big Creek; April 10, 11 Stann Creek
Railway; April 12 Hope Creek (2); April 13 Big Creek; April 14 Mullins River Road;
April 15 Stann Creek, Stann Creek Railway (11 mile), Stann Creek Railway (6 mile),
Stann Creek Railway; April 15, 16, 17 Big Creek: April 17 Hope Creek (2); April 18
Mullins River Road; April 20 Stann Creek Railway (10 mile), Stann Creek Railway, Hope
Creek (2), Big Creek; April 21 Stann Creek Railway (7 mile), Stann Creek Railway,
Mullins River Road; April 24, 26, 27 Big Creek; April 27 Mullins River Road; April 28
Stann Creek Railway; April 29 Mullins River Road, Hope Creek (2); May 1 Big Creek;
May 2 Stann Creek Railway; May 5, 9 Mullins River Road; May 12, 15 Stann Creek
Railway; May 22, 26 Big Creek: May 26 Mullins River Road, Stann Creek Railway;
May 28 Big Creek; June 1 Caves Stann Creek Railway (1), Mullins River Road; June
3 Stann Creek Railway; June 4-5 Mullins River Road; June 6 Stann Creek Railway;
June 8-9 Mullins River Road; June 10, 11 Big Creek; June 11 Stann Creek Railway
"Caves Hill" (3), Stann Creek Railway; June 11, 15 Mullins River Road; June 16, July
3 Stan Creek Railway; July 3, 4 Middlesex; July 4 Hope Creek (2); July 5 Stann Creek
Railway; July 5, 6, 8, 10-15, 16 Middlesex: July 16 Stann Creek Railway, Stann Creek
Railway (12 mile), Stann Creek; July 17 Middlesex; July 18 Mullins River Road; July
18, 19, 20 Middlesex; July 20 Middlesex on river banks, Stann Creek Railway (6 mile),
Stann Creek Railway; July 21-24, 25 Middlesex; July 25 Stann Creek Railway; July
26-27, 29, 31 Middlesex; August 11 New Town (4): August 15 Middlesex; August 29
Stann Creek Railway; Sept 1 Middlesex; Sept. 2, 3 Stann Creek; Sept. 3, 4 Middlesex,
Stann Creek Railway; Sept. 4 Stann Creek; Sept. 5, 6 Middlesex; Sept. 6 Stann Creek
Railway, Stann Creek Railway (6 mile); Sept. 8 Middlesex; Sept. 9 Stann Creek Railway;
Sept. 10, 12 Middlesex; Sept 12 Stann Creek Railway; Sept. 13-18, 19 Middlesex;
Sept. 19, 20 Stann Creek; Sept. 21 Middlesex; Sept. 22 Stann Creek Railway; Sept. 23,
26 Middlesex; Sept. 26, 27 Stann Creek Railway: Sept. 27, 28, Oct. 2, 5, 9-10, 12, 15
Middlesex; Oct. 27 Stann Creek: Nov. 6, 7 Stann Creek Railway; Nov. 7 Caves Stann
Creek Railway (1), Middlesex, near Middlesex: Nov. 8 Stann Creek Railway Pomona
(5); Nov. 8, 9 Middlesex; Nov. 9, 10 Stann Creek Railway; Nov. 10, 11, 13 Middlesex;
Nov. 13, 14 Stann Creek Railway; Nov. 14, 15 Middlesex; Nov. 15 Middlesex on river
banks, Stann Creek Railway; Nov. 16 Middlesex; Nov. 17, 18 Stann Creek Railway; Nov.
18, 19 Middlesex; Nov. 19 Stann Creek, near Middlesex; Nov. 19, 20 Stann Creek
Railway; Nov. 20, 21, 22 Middlesex; Nov. 22 near Middlesex; Nov. 23-25, 28 Middlesex;
Dec. 2, 5 Stann Creek; Dec. 5, 6 near Stann Creek; Dec. 6, 7-9, 10 Stann Creek; Dec.
10 Middlesex; Dcc. 11-14, 17 Stann Creek.

Itinerary for Schipp's 1930 Collections
Feb. 6, March 20 Sittee River; May 7, 10 All Pines; June 5-6, 7 Maya mounds vicinity
Cockscomb Mts.; June 7 branch Sittee River vicinity Cockscomb Mts., All Pines; June
8 Banana Bank vicinity Cockscomb Mts.; June 8, 9 Maya mounds vicinity Cockscomb
Mts.; June 9, 10 vicinity Cockscomb Mts.; June 10 Maya mounds, Banana Bank base
of Cockscomb Mts.; June 11 Maya mounds vicinity Cockscomb Mts.; June 12, 14
vicinity Cockscomb Mts.; June 15 base of Cockscomb Mts.; June 17 All Pines; June 28
vicinity Cockscomb Mts.; July 10, 12, 15, 17-22, 26-28, August 1 All Pines; August 2
All Pines in Broken Ridge Cays; August 2, 3-4, 8-10, 18-22, 24 All Pines; August 24
Sittee River; August 25-28, 29 All Pines; August 29 Sittee River; Sept. 1-2 All Pines;
Sept. 3 South Stann Creek; Sept. 4, 5 Sittee River; Sept. 5 South Stann Creek; Sept. 5,


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6-8, 9 All Pines; Sept. 9, 10 Sittee River; Sept. 10 All Pines; Sept 11 Sittee River; Sept.
11, 12-14, 15 All Pines; Sept. 15 All Pines Regalia Road; Sept 16 All Pines, Sittee
River; Sept. 16, 17 South Stann Creek; Nov. 6, 25-26 Seine Bight.

Itinerary for Schipp's 1931 Collections
Jan. 2 All Pines; Jan. 3 Mullins River Road; Jan. 4-7, 9, 12-14, 15 All Pines; Jan. 15 Stann
Creek Railway (19 mile); Jan. 16, 17 All Pines; Jan. 17 Sittee River; Jan. 18-19, 22-23,
27, Feb. 2, 5, 6 All Pines; Feb. 6 Sittee River; Feb. 7, 9 All Pines; Feb. 9, 10 Sittee
River; Feb. 11-12, 15-16, 17 All Pines; Feb. 17, 19 Sittee River; Feb. 20, 25 All Pines;
Feb. 27 Sittee River; Feb. 28, March 1-2, 5, 6 All Pines; March 6 Sittee River; March
7, 10 All Pines; March 10, 11 Sittee River; March 11 All Pines; March 14, 15 Sittee
River; March 15, 16, 17 All Pines; March 17, 20 Sittee River; March 21 All Pines; March
25 Sittee River; March 28, 30, April 12, 14-15, 27, 29, May 1-2 A.l Pines; May 3 Sittee
River; May 5-6 Stann Creek; May 9-10, 12, 15-20, 24-25, 27-29, June 1-2, 4 All
Pines; June 11 Kendal; June 14 All Pines; June 17, 28, July 7, 8 Kendal; July 8 New
Town (4); July 10, 17 All Pines; July 19 Kendal; July 24, 28, August 6-7, 10, 12, 18,
20, 24, 27-28 New Town (4); Sept. 3 New Town Commerce Bight (4); Sept. 3, 5-6
New Town (4); Sept. 8 Commerce Bight; Sept 8, 9 New Town (4); Sept. 9 Stann Creek;
Sept. 11-12, 14 New Town (4); Oct. 7 Mullins River Road; Oct. 17 New Town (4);
Nov. 12 Stann Creek; Nov. 16 New Town (4); Nov. 17-18, 20, 24-25, 27-29, Dec. 1, 2
Stann Creek; Dec. 2, 3 Big Creek; Dec. 3 Mullins River Road; Dec. 5-7 Stann Creek;
Dec. 10 Hope Creek (2); Dec. 12 Stann Creek; Dec. 14 Big Creek; Dec. 15 Mullins
River Road, All Pines; Dec. 17 Big Creek; Dec. 18 Stann Creek; Dec. 20, 21 Mullins
River Road; Dec. 21 Stann Creek; Dec. 22 Big Creek; Dec. 23 Sarawee [Sarawinal pine
ridge (6); Dec. 28 Mullins River Road.

Itinerary for Schipp's 1932 Collections
Jan. 2 the Caves Stann Creek Valley (1); Jan. 4 Stann Creek; Jan. 4, 5 Mullins River Road;
Jan. 5 Caves (1); Jan. 5, 6 Big Creek; Jan. 6 Forest Home; Jan. 7 Big Creek, Quarry -
Stann Creek Railway (1), Eldorado, Stann Creek; Jan. 8 Fern Hill Toledo (7); Jan. 9
Mullins River Road; Jan. 9, 10 Stann Creek; Jan. 10 Caves (1), Big Creek, Carib Reserve
(8); Jan. 14-15, 17 Stann Creek; Jan. 17 Caves (1), Big Creek, Carib Reserve (8); Jan.
23 Forest Home; Feb. 4 Mullins River Road, Stann Creek; Feb. 6-7 Big Creek; Feb. 8
Water Cay; Feb. 11 Big Creek; Feb. 13 Stann Creek Valley (21 mile); Feb. 17 Stann
Creek Valley (22 mile); Feb. 18 Stann Creek; Feb. 20 Water Caye, Fresh Water Caye;
March 7 Big Creek; March 11 Stann Creek Valley (23 mile), Stann Creek Valley (22
mile); March 18 Stann Creek Valley (22 mile); March 22 Stann Creek Railway (9 mile);
March 26 Stann Creek; April 2 Stann Creek Valley (22 mile); April 2, 8 Stann Creek,
April 12 Stann Creek Valley; April 14 Stann Creek, drift Stann Creek; April 17, 22,
May 6, 17-18, 21, June 2-3 Stann Creek Valley (22 mile); June 6-7, 8 Stann Creek
River (22 mile); June 8 Stann Creek Valley (19 mile); June 13-14, 15 Stann Creek Valley
(22 mile); June 15, 16 Stann Creek Valley (19 mile); June 17 Kendal; June 18 Stann
Creek Valley (19 mile); June 19, 25 Stann Creek Valley (22 mile); June 25 Stann Creek
Valley (19 mile); June 26, 27 Stann Creek Valley (22 mile); June 27 Kendal; June 28,
July 2-3, 5-8 Stann Creek Valley (19 mile); July 9 Stann Creek Valley, Stann Creek
Valley (19 mile); August 3-4, 6, 7 Forest Home Punta Gorda; August 7, 8 Eldorado -
Punta Gorda; August 8, 9 Forest Home Punta Gorda; August 11 New Town (4); August
14-15, 17 Forest Home Punta Gorda; August 18 Sand Hill Punta Corda, Eldorado
Road Punta Gorda, Eldorado Punta Gorda; August 18, 19 New Town (4); August
21 Forest Home Punta Gorda; August 22-23 Sand Hill Punta Gorda; August 25
Forest Home Punta Gorda; August 25, 27, 28 New Town (4); August 28 Forest Home -
Punta Gorda; Sept 1 Sand Hill Punta Corda; Sept. 2 Forest Home Punta Gorda,
Westmoreland; Sept. 2 New Town (4); Sept. 3 Forest Home Punta Gorda, Eldorado -
Punta Gorda; Sept. 4 Forest Home Punta Gorda; Sept 4, 5 New Town (4); Sept 6
Eldorado Punta Gorda, Forest Home Punta Gorda; Sept. 7, 8 Westmoreland; Sept
8 Eldorado Punta Gorda, Forest Home, All Pines, New Town (4); Sept. 10 San Antonio

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Road; Sept. 11 Sand Hill Punta Corda; Sept. 11, 12 Forest Home Punta Gorda; Sept.
14 New Town (4); Sept. 15 Eldorado Punta Corda: Sept. 16 New Town (4), Eldorado
Punta Gorda, Forest Home Punta Corda; Sept. 17 San Antonio Road; Sept. 17, 18
Eldorado Punta Gorda; Sept. 18 Sand Hill Punta Gorda, Forest Home Punta
Gorda; Sept. 19 New Town (4), Forest Home Punta Gorda; Sept. 21 San Antonio Road;
Sept 24 Eldorado Punta Corda; Sept. 25 Forest Home Punta Gorda: Sept. 26 "Dixic"
Punta Gorda (9); Sept. 27-28, 29 Forest Home Punts Corda; Sept. 29 Eldorado Punta
Gorda, "Fair View" Punta Gorda: Oct. 1 Sand Hill Punta Corda; Oct. 8 New Town
(4); Nov. 3-4, 7 Forest Home; Nov. 7 Big Rock Toledo; Nov. 11, 14, 15 Temash River;
Nov. 15 Crique Saco, Punta Corda; Nov. 17 Temash River; Nov. 19, 21-22 Forest Home;
Nov. 28 Big Rock Toledo; Dec. 2 Fern Hill Toledo: Dec. 3 Westmoreland; Dec. 6
Big Rock Toledo, Forest Home; Dec. 6, 7 Eldorado Toledo District; Dec. 8 Forest
Home; Dec. 9 Eldorado; Dec. 12, 16 Forest Home: Dec. 16 Big Rock Toledo; Dec. 17
Caves Stann Creek Railway (1), Fern Hill Toledo: Dec. 17, 18 Forest Home; Dec.
19, 20 Big Rock Toledo; Dec. 20, 21 Eldorado; D)e. 21 Forest Home, Nazareth; Dec.
21, 22 Big Rock Toledo; Dec. 26 Caves Stann Creek Railway (1); Dec. 28 Eldorado
Road.

Itineary for Schipp's 1933 Collections
Jan. 4 Forest Home; Jan. 8 Fern Hill Toledo; Jan. 9 Forest Home; Jan. 11 Rio Grande;
Jan. 12 Forest Home: Jan. 13-1-1 Rio Grande River; Jan. 18 Eldorado: Jan. 19 Machaca;
Jan. 20, 23-24, 27 Rio Grande River; Jan. 27 Jacinto Creek Machaca; Jan. 29, Feb.
3, 8, 7 Rio Grande River; Feb. 7 Rio Grande; Feb. 12, 18 Rio Grande River; Feb. 18
Rio Grande; Feb. 24 Jacinto Creek Machaca, Rio Grande River; Feb. 27 Rio Crande;
Feb. 28 Rio Grande River; Feb. 28, 29 Jacinto Creek Machaca; March 2, 3 Rio Grande
River; March 3 Punta Gorda; March 10, 14, 18, 19 Rio Grande River; March 19 Machaca,
Rio Crande; March 20 Missouri Rio Grande, Jacinto Creek Machaca, Rio Crande
River; March 21 Machaca; March 21, 23 Rio Crande River; March 23 Missouri Rancho -
Rio Grande; March 25, 26 Rio G(rand River; March 26 Missouri Rio Crande; March
29 Rio Crande; April 1 Jacinto Creek: April 10 Rio Crande River; April 20 Missouri
Rancho; April 21 Rio Grande River; May 1 Mafredi Lagoon: May 6 Water Caye; May
7, 8 Silk Caye; May 8 vicinity Rio Grande; May 9 Punta Gorda; May 26, 28 Jacinto
Creek; May 28 Rio Grande; June 1 Jacinto Creek; June 8 Rio Crande River; June 8, 14
Machaca; June 17 Rio Grande; June 18, July 2 Rio Grande River; July 3 Jacinto Creek,
Punta Corda; July 6, 7 Rio Grande River; July 7 Pcrretts Landing Rio Grande; July
7, 8 Rio Grande; July 10, 11 Jacinto Creek: July 11 Machaca: July 14 Jacinto Creek;
July 16 Rio Grande River, Rio Crande; July 20 Jacinto Creek, Machaca; July 22 Rio
Grande; July 23 Rio Grande River; July 23, 28 Jacinto Creek; August 7, 12, 14, 21
Machaca; August 21 Jacinto Hills; August 24. 26 Machaea; August 27 Cattle Landing
(10); August 28, Sept. 1, 8, 10 Jacinto Hills; Sept. 10, 11 Machaca: Sept. 15 Jacinto Hills
vicinity; Sept. 18 Jacinto Hills: Oct. 9 Punta Corda; Nov. 1 Jacinto Creek; Nov. 2 Forest
Home; Nov. 3, 4 Machaca; Nov. 4 Rio Grande River; Nov. 4, 6 Jacinto Hills: Nov. 7
San Antonio Road; Nov. 8 Temash River, Jacinto Hills; Nov. 17-18 Rio Grande River;
Nov. 20 Rio Viejo; Nov. 21 Forest llome: Dec. 3 Rio Grande River; Dec. 11 Jacinto
Hills; Dec. 20 Machaca, Rio Grande River; Dec. 21 Eldorado.

Itinerary for Schipp's 1934 Collections
Jan. 3 Rio Grande; Jan. 4 Jacinto Creek; Jan. 8 Pueblo Viejo; Jan. 10 Jacinto Hills: Jan. 14
Rio Grande River; Jan. 18 Camp 36 B.H.-Guat. survey; Feb. 6, 8 Pueblo Viejo; Feb. 8
Rio Blanco River, Machaca, Jacinto; Feb. 9 Rio Grande River, Rio Crande, Pueblo Viejo;
Feb. 11 Camp 32 B.H.-Cuat. survey; Feb. 15 Pueblo Viejo; Feb. 16 Camp 32 B.1.-Cuat.
survey; Feb. 18 Pueblo Viejo, Camp 31 B.H.-Guat. survey; Feb. 19 Temash River; Feb.
20 Machaca; Feb. 20, 22 Camp 31 B..1-Guat. survey: Feb. 23 San Antonio Road; Feb.
28 Camp 31 B.H.-Guat, survey; March 2 Camp 32 B.HI.-Gut, survey; March 3 Camp 31
B.H.-Cuat. survey; March 6 Pueblo Viejo; March 6, 7, 10 Camp 32 B.I.-Cuat. survey;
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Temash River; March 15 Camp 32 B.H.-CGuat. nsuney March 17, 18 Camp 31 B.H.-GaL
survey; March 19 Jacinto Hills: March 20 Camp 32 B.l.-Guat. survey: March 21, 24
Camp 31 B.H.-;uat. survey. March 26 Camnp 32 B.II.-Cuat. survey ; March 28 Camp 31
B.H.-CGat. survey, Camp 32 B.II.-Cunt. survey: April I Rio Grande River; April 2 Tema
Hiver; April 6 Camp 33 B.H.-Cuat, survey, Camp 32 B.lH.-Guat. survey; April 7 Camp
31 B.H.-Guat, survey; April 8 Camp 32 B.1 .-Cuat, survey April 10 Jacinto Hills, Macham
Creek, Ocotal, Camp 33 B.H.-Cinat. survey, Rio Grande River, Camp 34 B.H.-Gut.
survey; April 11, 14-15, 17, 20, 22 Camp 32 Bl..-Cuat, survey ; April 22 Camp 34 B.IL
Cuat. survey, Temash River. Jacinto Creek: April 23, 24 Camp 33 B.I.-Guat. survey
April 27 Jacinto; April 28 Jacinto Creek: April 29 Camp 33 B.H.-CGat. survey; May
2 Jacinto Hills; May I Camp 35 B.II.-Cuat. survey, Jacinto Hills vicinity; May 8, 7
Camp 32 B.H.-Cuat- survey: May 7 Mafredi Lagoon, Camp 34 B-H.-Guat. survey; May
8 Rio Grande Biver; MNIy 8, 10 Camp 35 1B.H,.-GCt. survey: May 10 Camp 32 B.H.-GCua
survey; May 14 Jacinto Hills. Rio Crande Rier: Ma. 16i, 20 Camp 35 B.HI.-Giat. survp ,
May 22. 28 Camp 36 B.H.-,uat, survey; June 3 Camp 35 B.Hl.-Cuat- survey; June 4-5
Camp 36 B.II.-Guat. survey; June 6, 9 Camp 35 B.1.-Ciuat. survey: June 9, 10 Camp 34
B.I.-C;uat. survey: June 10 Camp 35 B.H.-Cuat- survey: June 11 Camp 34 B.HI.-Gut
survey; June 16 Camp 36 B.HI.-Gunt. survey: June 1S Camp 33 B.lI.-11-at. survey; Jmne
18, 19-20, 23 Camp 36 B.II.-Cuat, survey; June 23 Camp 3-1 B.I.-Cuat. survey; June
26 Esperanza Trail: Jlne 29 Camp 35 B.II.-Cu;t. survey; July 1 Camp 36 B.H.-GCt.
survey, Pojktuun [Poctun] Trail; July 18, 22 Temash River; Nov. Machaca.

Itinerary for Schipp's 1935 Collections
Jan. 13, 16, Feb. 6-8, 18. 24, 26-27, March 2. 4. 7, 10-11. 13-15. 18, 20-21, 25. 27-29,
April 2-3. 7, 9-12, 16-18, 22-24, 26-27. May 3-4, 8, 11-12, 14, 22, 24, June 17,
July 18, 20-21, 23, 29, August 2-1, 7-8, 10, 14 Temash River.

Acknowledgements
Thanks are extended to L. S. Lindo. Actg. Chief Forest Officer. in charge of the Foresy
Department Herbarium. Paslow BuildinX, B lize City, British Honduras, for use of the
Herbarium and to Leo H. Bradiley, National Librarian and Archivist of British Hondum,
for his assistance in locating obscure plant collection sites. I am indebted to Louis O. William,
Chief Curator, Department of Botany, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illini,
for use of the Herbarium and for having photograph negatives made of Schipp's holotyps
specimens found in the Field Museum. Sincere appreciation is expressed to all Curators t
herbaria and institutions which participated in checking type material and locating Schipps
correspondence. Constructive criticism of the manuscript hy R. L. Stuckey and E. D. Rudolp,
Faculty of Botany. The Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio, is gratefully appreciated
I wish to acknowledge the receipt of a Crant-In-Aid of Research from The Society of th
Sigma Xi which supported the completion of this research.


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Scamp, W. A. 1929d (March 22) Letter to John Briquet (G) from Belize, B.H.
Scamp, W. A. 1929e (March 26) Letter to A. B. Rendle (BM) from Stann Creek, B.H.
Scane, W. A. 1929f (April 16) Letter to B. L. Robinson (GH) from Stann Creek, B.H.
Scmpp, W. A. 1929g (May 31) Letter to BM from Stann Creek, B.H.
Scmme, W. A. 1929h (May 31) Letter to P. C. Standley (F) from Stann Creek, B.H.
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Scamn, W. A. 1929j (August 3) Letter to E. D. Merrill (UC) from Belize, B.H.
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Scman, W. A. 1929n (Oct 22) Letter to A. W. Hill (K) from Middlesex, B.H.
Scare, W. A. 19290 (Oct. 22) Letter to E. D. Merrill (UC) from Middlesex, B.H.
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Soamr, W. A. 1930c (Feb. 17) Letter to E. B. Copeland (UC) from Stann Creek, B.H.


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ScmPP, W. A. 1934e (Oct. 29) Letter to Director (K) from Punta Gorda, B.H.
ScmPP, W. A. 19341 (Oct. 29) Letter to Curator of Herbarium (BM) from Punta Corda,
B.H.
SCOmr, W. A. 1934g (Oct. 29) Letter to B. L. Robinson (CH) from Punta Cords, B.H.
ScaOI W. A. 1934h (Oct. 29) Letter to R. Woodson Jr. (MO) from Punta Gorda, B.H.
Scamr, W. A. 1935a (Feb. 9) Letter to A. W. Hill (K) from Temash River via Punta
Gorda, B.H.
ScOaw, W. A. 1935b (May 27) Letter to Curator (K) from Temash River, B.H.
Scanp, W. A. 1935c (June 2) Letter to L. B. Smith (GH) from Temash River (Punta
Gorda), BIH.
ScaH, W. A. 1935d (August 10) Letter to C. A. Weatherby (GH) from Temash River
(Punta Gorda), B.H.
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Gorda), B.H.
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Gorda, B.H.
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B.H.
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Gorda, B.H.
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Gorda), B.H.
SCIaPP, W. A. 1936d (August 5) Letter to P. C. Standley (F) from Stann Creek, B.H.
SCIPP, W. A. 1936e (Oct. 18) Letter to Director (K) from Corozal, B.H.
ScOrI W. A. 1937 (Jan. 21) Letter to Director (K) from Corozal, B.H.


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Of the above references, original letters are found at the institution as indicated in paren-
theses. Copies of all above correspondence are found in The Ohio State University Her-
barium, Columbus, Ohio.


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TABLE 1. DISTRIBUTION OF SCHIPP'S HERBARIUM SETS.

NUMBER OF COLLECTION NUMBERS KNOWN
HERBARIUMa SPECIMENS TO BE PRESENT


BM 1498 phanerogams 1-100, 1049-1159
52 cryptogams

BRH* 1462 S NUMBERS: 86-91, 96, 109, 127, 129-131, 133,
136, 138, 144-146, 148-153, 171-172, 194-195,
261, 278, 280-283, 285, 287, 289-291, 298, 300A,
303, 396, 400, 404-405, 411, 415, 446, 452, 458,
463, 466, 468, 482, 551, 564, 566, 585-586, 590,
601, 620, 622, 629-631, 633-635, 637-638, 640,
642-643, 646, 649-53, 655-657, 660-662, 665,
673-677, 684, 686, 689, 692, 692A, 693-95, 698,
706, 706A, 714, 718, 718A, 721, 810, 815, 897-899,
902, 909, 911-913, 915, 918
NUMBERS 1-1379 PRESENT EXCEPT THE
FOLLOWING: 8, 36, 46, 52, 77-78, 81, 136, 139,
142, 144, 146-147, 174, 188, 197, 206-207, 214,
216, 218, 226, 229, 233, 237, 245-246, 252, 255-
258, 261, 265-266, 268, 283, 288, 297, 309, 311,
313, 315, 321, 333, 340, 346, 371, 398, 409, 413,
422, 436, 438, 445, 454, 460, 464, 480, 520-521,
530, 543, 545, 552, 564-565, 576, 612. 618, 625,
627, 631, 643, 662, 664, 668, 679-680, 688, 696,
709, 727, 755, 775, 829, 838, 840, 845, 872, 878,
881, 884-885, 898, 900, 909, 911, 914, 924-925,
935, 946-947, 983-988, 994, 1025, 1068, 1118, 1146,
1168, 1172, 1183, 1186, 1190, 1214, 1241, 1288,
1294, 1305, 1309, 1340, 1376

F* 1934 NEARLY A COMPLETE COLLECTION
G* 531+ 1-515, 909
GH* 546+ 1-400
K 1166 1-400, 566, 741, 883-982, 1160-1313; S141, S278-
S291, S299, S303-S304, AND NINETY-THREE
NUMBERS BETWEEN S566-S815

MICH* 500+ ALGAE: A55, A57, A63, A72, A81, A96-A97, A106,
A120; 4-5, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19-21, 24-26, 28-38,
40, 41A, 41B, 42-49, 51-53

MO* SPECIMENS SENT
UC 1066+ 1-774, 776-882, 989-1048, 1178-1212
US 485
TOTAL 9240+

a Herbarium abbreviations used throughout this paper are according to Index Herbariorum,
Part I, The Herbaria Of The World, Fifth Edition. Regnum Vegetabile voL 31.
Refer to the list of Taxa Described from Schipp's British Honduran Vascular Plant
Collections for type specimens.


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