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Flora of Ecuador, Volume 71, Part 200: Alstroemeriaceae, Part 201: Haemodoraceae

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Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 71
By: Gunnar Harling(Author), Magnus Neuendorf(Author), Paul JM Maas(Author), Hiltje Maas(Author)
118 pages, 6 plates with colour photos; 33 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings; 1 b/w map
Flora of Ecuador, Volume 71, Part 200: Alstroemeriaceae, Part 201: Haemodoraceae
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Language: English with bilingual summary in English and Spanish

The Ecuadorean members of Alstroemeriaceae are revised. Only one genus, Bomarea, occurs in the country. 39 species, 17 of which are endemic, and two subspecies are recorded from Ecuador. Eight species and one subspecies are described as new: Bomarea nubigena, B. campanularia, B. spissiflora, B. perglabra, B. trimorphophylla, B. oxytepala, B. evecta, B. euryphylla, and B. Patinii ssp. glabrata. One new combination is made: Bomarea goniocaulon ssp. elegans (Sodiro) Harl & Neuend. Keys. descriptions and specimen citations are given for all taxa. Almost all taxa are illustrated.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 71
By: Gunnar Harling(Author), Magnus Neuendorf(Author), Paul JM Maas(Author), Hiltje Maas(Author)
118 pages, 6 plates with colour photos; 33 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings; 1 b/w map
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