Morphological characters support the description of four new species of Eugenia L. sect. Racemosae O. Berg (Myrtaceae) from Brazilian Atlantic Forest. The new species are described, illustrated, and compared with putatively related species. They are: E. brunneopubescens Mazine from Paraná, E. capixaba Mazine from Espírito Santo, E. costatifructa Mazine from Bahia and Sergipe, and E. longibracteata Mazine from São Paulo.
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