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Flora of Ecuador, Volume 74, Part 162: Rubiaceae (part 4), Tribe 9. Hippotideae

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Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 74
By: Lennart Andersson(Author), Johan HE Rova(Author), Gunnar Harling(Editor)
46 pages, 6 b/w line drawings
Flora of Ecuador, Volume 74, Part 162: Rubiaceae (part 4), Tribe 9. Hippotideae
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Language: English with bilingual summary in English and Spanish

The Ecuadorian members of the tribe Hippotideae (Rubiaceae) are revised. There are three genera and 22 species documented from, or considered likely to occur in Ecuador: Hippotis (7 spp.), Pentagonia (13 spp.), and Sommera (2 spp.). Five species are described as new: Hippotis comosa, Pentagonia breviloba, P. microcarpa, P. subsessilis and P. villosula. One new combination is made, Pentagonia amazonica (Ducke) L. Andersson & J. Rova. All taxa are described, keys are provided for each genus, and specimens are cited for all species. Selected species are illustrated.

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By: Lennart Andersson(Author), Johan HE Rova(Author), Gunnar Harling(Editor)
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