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Flora of Ecuador, Volume 63, Part 211: Mayacaceae, Part 212A: Xyridaceae, Part 212B: Rapateaceae

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 63
By: Alicia Lourteig(Author), Robert Kral(Author), Paul E Berry(Author), Gunnar Harling(Editor), Lennart Andersson(Editor)
48 pages, 11 b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
Flora of Ecuador, Volume 63, Part 211: Mayacaceae, Part 212A: Xyridaceae, Part 212B: Rapateaceae
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There are two species of Mayaca recorded from Ecuador, and one more is assumed to occur there. There are three species of Xyris recorded from Ecuador, and four more species of Xyris and one of Abolboda are assumed to occur there. There are two genera of Rapateaceae recorded from Ecuador, Epidryos (1 sp.) and Rapatea (2 spp.). Keys, descriptions, and specimen citations are provided for all taxa, and most species are illustrated.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 63
By: Alicia Lourteig(Author), Robert Kral(Author), Paul E Berry(Author), Gunnar Harling(Editor), Lennart Andersson(Editor)
48 pages, 11 b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
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