Myrcia concisa Sobral & Leoni, a new species of Myrtaceae from rainforests of the southeastern Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, is described, illustrated, and evaluated for its conservation status according to IUCN criteria. The new species is apparently related to M. pubescens DC., from which it is set apart by the narrower blades and uniflorous to triflorous inflorescences.
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