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9 December 2010 New species of Araceae from Ecuador
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Eight species from Ecuador are described as new to science. Anthurium boekei, A. caldodsonii, A. kajekai, A. lynniae, A. mendietae, A. quinindense, A. werneri and Philodendron misahualiense. Four of these, A. boekei, A. caldodsonii, A. lynniae and A. quinindense, are from the western slopes of the Andes, while the remainder are from the eastern slopes.

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Thomas B. Croat, Maggie Joyce, and Carla V. Kostelac "New species of Araceae from Ecuador," Willdenowia 40(2), (9 December 2010). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.40.40212
Published: 9 December 2010
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