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4 November 2014 Studies in Andean Ocotea (Lauraceae) III. Species with Hermaphroditic Flowers and Moderately Pubescent or Glabrous Leaves Occurring Above 1000 m in Altitude
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This is the third and last installment of a treatment of Andean Ocotea Aubl. (Lauraceae) species with hermaphroditic flowers and covers species with solid stems and moderately pubescent or glabrous leaves. Eighteen species treated are new to science: O. choquetangensis van der Werff, O. smithii van der Werff, and O. solomonii van der Werff from Bolivia, O. fusagasugensis van der Werff and O. hammeliana van der Werff from Colombia, O. condorensis van der Werff, O. limiticola van der Werff, O. longipetiolata van der Werff, and O. pichinchensis van der Werff from Ecuador, O. alveata van der Werff, O. caesifolia van der Werff, O. cuscoensis van der Werff, O. gymnoblasta van der Werff, O. latipetiolata van der Werff, and O. mollivillosa van der Werff from Peru, and O. cuspidata van der Werff, O. vergelensis van der Werff, and O. pedanomischa van der Werff from Ecuador and Peru. The well-known name O. helicterifolia (Meisn.) Hemsl. is placed in synonymy of O. macrophylla Kunth. Lectotypes are designated for O. albida Mez & Rusby, O. piurensis Mez, and O. veraguensis (Meisn.) Mez [= Sassafridium veraguense Meisn.].

Henk van der Werff "Studies in Andean Ocotea (Lauraceae) III. Species with Hermaphroditic Flowers and Moderately Pubescent or Glabrous Leaves Occurring Above 1000 m in Altitude," Novon: A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature 23(3), (4 November 2014). https://doi.org/10.3417/2013043
Published: 4 November 2014
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