Coccoloba howardii, a new species from the north-central region of Cuba, is described and illustrated. It appears to be closely related to C. subcordata, from which it differs primarily in the spiral arrangement of the short branches and leaf features such as the petiole inserted at the base of the ochrea, a membranous blade and alternate primary veins not grouped at the base.
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