Plantae uxpanapae I. Colubrina johnstonii sp. nov. (Rhamnaceae)

  • Tom Wendt Centro de Botánica, Colegio de Postgraduados, Chapingo

Abstract

The present article is the first of a series concerning new species and other information on the plants of the Zona de Uxpanapa, an area of lowland rain forest in the extreme southeast of Veracruz and adjacent parts of Oaxaca, México. Colubrina johnstonii sp. nov. (Rhamnaceae) is described; it is related to C. elliptica and other species. The chromosome count of n = 16 for the new species is exrraordinary for the family and represents the first count for Colubrina.

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Plantae uxpanapae I. Colubrina johnstonii sp. nov. (Rhamnaceae)
Published
1983-12-15
How to Cite
Wendt, T. (1983). Plantae uxpanapae I. Colubrina johnstonii sp. nov. (Rhamnaceae). Botanical Sciences, (44), 81 - 90. https://doi.org/10.17129/botsci.1286
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