Eugenia walkerae, a new species from the island of Anguilla, is described and illustrated. This species is known only from five herbarium collections, and additional fieldwork is needed to determine its current conservation status. It resembles the Puerto Rican endemic E. woodburyana, and its seeds are comparable to those described for certain species of Eugenia from southern Africa. This is the second species of seed plant currently recognized as endemic to Anguilla.
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Vol. 23 • No. 2