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<div>The Spanish name dormidero means "sleep inducer."</div>
 
<div>The Spanish name dormidero means "sleep inducer."</div>
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Latest revision as of 07:36, 11 March 2015

A note on an herbarium specimen collected by
Killip and Smith in Peru in 1929 describes this as a
"narcotic plant" (von Reis and Lipp 1982, 281 *).
The Spanish name dormidero means "sleep inducer."

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