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The Genus Stachytarpheta (Verbenaceae) in Brazil

Identification Key Monograph
By: Sandy Atkins(Author)
112 pages, 9 plates with colour photos; 34 b/w line drawings, 26 b/w maps and distribution maps
The Genus Stachytarpheta (Verbenaceae) in Brazil
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Reprinted from Kew Bulletin Vol. 60 (2)

The genus Stachytarpheta Vahl is reviewed as it occurs in Brazil. A total of 79 species is recognised, five of these with subspecies or varieties. Sixteen species and nine subspecies or varieties are described as new; five new combinations are made. The morphology is described, and characters used in a cladistic analysis are discussed. An infrageneric system dividing the genus into 12 informal groups is also proposed. Illustrations and keys are provided.

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Identification Key Monograph
By: Sandy Atkins(Author)
112 pages, 9 plates with colour photos; 34 b/w line drawings, 26 b/w maps and distribution maps
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