Boom, B. M. (The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY 10458 U.S.A.; email@example.com). A new species of Remijia (Rubiaceae) from Amazonian Brazil. Brittonia 57: 105–107. 2005.—Remijia hubbardiorum B. M. Boom, endemic to white sand campinas or terra firme forest in the Rio Uatumã region in the State of Amazonas of north central Brazil, is described and illustrated, and its morphological differentiation with respect to R. asperula Standley is discussed.
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