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Flora of Ecuador, Volume 83, Part 190 (3): Compositae-Eupatoreae

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Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 83
By: Harold Robinson(Author), Walter C Holmes(Contributor), Gunnar Harling(Editor), Claes Persson(Editor)
350 pages, 36 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings
Flora of Ecuador, Volume 83, Part 190 (3): Compositae-Eupatoreae
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Language: English with bilingual summary in English and Spanish

The Ecuadorian members of Compositae-Eupatorieae are revised. The 36 genera are treated in alphabetical order, comprising altogether 201 species: Adenostemma (4 spp.), Ageratina (26 ssp.), Ageratum (2 ssp.), Aristeguietia (9 ssp.), Asplundianthus (3 ssp.), Austroeupatorium (2 ssp.), Ayapana (3 ssp.), Ayapanopsis (3 ssp.), Badilloa (2 ssp.), Bartlettina (1 sp.), Brickellia (1 sp.), Chromolaena (5 ssp.), Condylidium (1 sp.), Condylopodium (1 sp.), Critonia (3 ssp.), Critoniella (2 ssp.), Cronquistianthus (9 ssp.), Crossothamnus (1 sp.), Fleischmannia (14 ssp.), Gongrostylus (1 sp.), Grosvenoria (4 ssp.), Guevaria (3 ssp.), Hebeclinium (6 ssp.), Heterocondylus (1 sp.), Isocarpha (2 ssp.), Kaunia (2 ssp.), Koanophyllon (2 ssp.), Mikania (62 ssp.), Neomirandea (1 sp.), Ophryosporus (6 ssp.), Phalacraea (1 sp.), Polyanthina (1 sp.), Praxelis (0 sp.), Sciadocephala (4 ssp.), Stevia (12 ssp.), and Tuberostylis (1 sp.). Three species are described as new: Asplundianthus smilacinoides H. Rob., Fleischmannia loxensis H. Rob., and Stevia Anderssonii H. Roe. One new combination is made, Ayapanopsis thermarum (B.L. Rob.) H. Rob. Keys, descriptions and specimen citations are given for all taxa. All genera are illustrated.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Ecuador Volume: 83
By: Harold Robinson(Author), Walter C Holmes(Contributor), Gunnar Harling(Editor), Claes Persson(Editor)
350 pages, 36 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings
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