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31 December 2020 The Reinstatement of Hilairanthus (Acanthaceae): A Genus from Neotropical and Western-Paleotropical Mangroves
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On the basis of previously documented genetic evidence, which correlates with morphological traits and a well-defined biogeographic pattern of distribution, Hilairanthus Tiegh. is recognized and reinstated as a genus of mangrove segregated from Avicennia (Acanthaceae). The genus is lectotypified, and the following combinations are formally proposed for Hilairanthus germinans, H. bicolor, and H. schaueriana.

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Xavier Cornejo "The Reinstatement of Hilairanthus (Acanthaceae): A Genus from Neotropical and Western-Paleotropical Mangroves," Harvard Papers in Botany 25(2), 231-235, (31 December 2020). https://doi.org/10.3100/hpib.v25iss2.2020.n11
Published: 31 December 2020
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