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The Comps of Mexico: A Systematic Account of the Family Asteraceae, Chapter 15 Tribe Ecliptinae (Part 1), Genera: Baltimora, Calyptocarpus, Clibadium, Damnxanthodium, Delilia, Eclipta, Jefea, Lasianthaea, Lundellianthus, Melanthera, Otopappus, Perymeniopsis

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Series: Phytologia Memoirs Volume: 20
By: Billie L Turner(Author)
116 pages, 59 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings; 28 b/w distribution maps
The Comps of Mexico: A Systematic Account of the Family Asteraceae, Chapter 15
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The Comps of Mexico is a long-running series of systematic accounts of all the tribes and genera of the family Asteraceae. Chapter 15 in this treatment deals with the first part of the tribe Ecliptinae, covering genera Baltimora, Calyptocarpus, Clibadium, Damnxanthodium, Delilia, Eclipta, Jefea, Lasianthaea, Lundellianthus, Melanthera, Otopappus, and Perymeniopsis.

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Identification Key Monograph
Series: Phytologia Memoirs Volume: 20
By: Billie L Turner(Author)
116 pages, 59 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings; 28 b/w distribution maps
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