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29 August 2003 Pinguicula cubensis (Lentibulariaceae) — a new insectivorous species from western Cuba (Cuba Occidental)
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Recently, an endemic insectivorous species new to science, belonging to Pinguicula sect. Agnata, has been detected in the Cajálbana region not far from La Palma, Pinar del Río Province, Cuba occidental, in the immediate neighbourhood of P. albida. The new species is named P. cubensis, described and illustrated.

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S. Jost Casper and Armando J. Urquiola Cruz "Pinguicula cubensis (Lentibulariaceae) — a new insectivorous species from western Cuba (Cuba Occidental)," Willdenowia 33(1), 167-172, (29 August 2003). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.33.33116
Published: 29 August 2003
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