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Flora of Ecuador, Volume 52, Part 69: Papaveraceae, Part 70: Tovariaceae

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Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 52
By: Magnus Lidén(Author), Lennart Andersson(Author), Gunnar Harling(Editor)
23 pages, 2 b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
Flora of Ecuador, Volume 52, Part 69: Papaveraceae, Part 70: Tovariaceae
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Language: English with bilingual summaries in English and Spanish

Part 69: Papaveraceae
The Ecuadorean members of the Papaveraceae are revised. Two species, Bocconia integrifolia and Argemone subfusiformis are considered native, whereas another seven species are weeds or casuals introduced from North America or the Mediteranean area.

Part 70: Tovariaceae
The single Ecuadorean species, Tovaria pendula Ruiz & Pav., is described and illustrated, and representative specimens are cited.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 52
By: Magnus Lidén(Author), Lennart Andersson(Author), Gunnar Harling(Editor)
23 pages, 2 b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
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