Picrasma pauciflora, a new species from the NE coastal fringe of Cuba, is described and compared with other species of the genus occurring in Cuba, from which it differs by being a tree, by the number of leaflets and by having fewer flowers per inflorescence. Aspects of its distribution and habitat are provided as well as an identification key to the Cuban species of Picrasma.
Citation: Noa-Monzón A. & González-Gutiérrez P. A. 2019: Picrasma pauciflora (Simaroubaceae), a new species from the NE coast of Cuba. – Willdenowia 49: 187–191. doi: https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.49.49207
Version of record first published online on 27 June 2019 ahead of inclusion in August 2019 issue.