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1 July 2006 A NEW SPECIES OF STELIS (ORCHIDACEAE) FROM SOUTHERN VENEZUELA UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE STELIS DEL SUR DE VENEZUELA
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Stelis bricenorum, a new species from the Municipality of Guainía, Amazonas state, Venezuela, is described and illustrated. It has been collected both in the Rio Negro (and therefore the Amazon, along the Yavita-Maroa road) and Orinoco river (“caño Chimita”, affluent of the Atacavi river) basins. Stelis bricenorum is similar to S. santiagöensis, from which it can be easily distinguished by its relatively smaller habit, the wider sepals, and the glabrous petals.

Gustavo A. Romero-González and Carlyle A. Luer "A NEW SPECIES OF STELIS (ORCHIDACEAE) FROM SOUTHERN VENEZUELA UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE STELIS DEL SUR DE VENEZUELA," Harvard Papers in Botany 11(1), 121-124, (1 July 2006). https://doi.org/10.3100/1043-4534(2006)11[121:ANSOSO]2.0.CO;2
Published: 1 July 2006
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