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Three new species of Licania (Chrysobalanaceae) from Peru.

Prance GT - PhytoKeys (2014)

Bottom Line: Recent collections received for identification contain three conspicuous new species for the mid altitude forests of Amazonian Peru.Licaniapalcazuensis, Licaniaapiknae and Licaniamonteagudensis are described as new and their relationship to other species is discussed.A key is provided for all the species of LicaniasubgenusLicaniasectionLicania known to occur in Peru.

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Affiliation: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB, UK.

ABSTRACT
Recent collections received for identification contain three conspicuous new species for the mid altitude forests of Amazonian Peru. Licaniapalcazuensis, Licaniaapiknae and Licaniamonteagudensis are described as new and their relationship to other species is discussed. A key is provided for all the species of LicaniasubgenusLicaniasectionLicania known to occur in Peru.

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Close up of inflorescence of Licaniaapiknae.
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Figure 4: Close up of inflorescence of Licaniaapiknae.

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Three new species of Licania (Chrysobalanaceae) from Peru.

Prance GT - PhytoKeys (2014)

Close up of inflorescence of Licaniaapiknae.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 4: Close up of inflorescence of Licaniaapiknae.
Mentions: Figs 3, 4

Bottom Line: Recent collections received for identification contain three conspicuous new species for the mid altitude forests of Amazonian Peru.Licaniapalcazuensis, Licaniaapiknae and Licaniamonteagudensis are described as new and their relationship to other species is discussed.A key is provided for all the species of LicaniasubgenusLicaniasectionLicania known to occur in Peru.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB, UK.

ABSTRACT
Recent collections received for identification contain three conspicuous new species for the mid altitude forests of Amazonian Peru. Licaniapalcazuensis, Licaniaapiknae and Licaniamonteagudensis are described as new and their relationship to other species is discussed. A key is provided for all the species of LicaniasubgenusLicaniasectionLicania known to occur in Peru.

No MeSH data available.