Calycolpus is a genus of the botanical family Myrtaceae, first described as a genus in 1856.[2][3] It is native to the South America, Central America, and the West Indies.[1]

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Calycolpus moritzianus
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Eudicots
Clade: Rosids
Order: Myrtales
Family: Myrtaceae
Subfamily: Myrtoideae
Tribe: Myrteae
Genus: Calycolpus

Psidiopsis O.Berg

The species formerly called Calycolpus excisus is a small tree known only from the limestone mountains of eastern Cuba, now known as Eugenia excisa. It is on the IUCN Red List of Threatened species.[1]

  1. Calycolpus aequatorialis Landrum - Sucumbíos
  2. Calycolpus alternifolius (Gleason) Landrum - S Venezuela
  3. Calycolpus andersonii Landrum - Pará
  4. Calycolpus australis Landrum - Minas Gerais
  5. Calycolpus bolivarensis Landrum - Bolívar State
  6. Calycolpus calophyllus (Kunth) O.Berg - Guyana, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, N Brazil
  7. Calycolpus cochleatus McVaugh - Bolívar State, Guyana
  8. Calycolpus goetheanus (Mart. ex DC.) O.Berg - Trinidad, N South America
  9. Calycolpus legrandii Mattos - Alagoas, Bahia
  10. Calycolpus moritzianus (O.Berg) Burret - Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador
  11. Calycolpus revolutus (Schauer) O.Berg - Guyana, Suriname, Fr Guiana
  12. Calycolpus roraimensis Steyerm. - Venezuela, Guyana, Rondônia, Peru
  13. Calycolpus sessiliflorus Landrum - Bahia
  14. Calycolpus surinamensis McVaugh - Guyana, Suriname, Pará
  15. Calycolpus warscewiczianus O.Berg - Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua