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1 December 2016 Five new species of Englerophytum K. Krause (Sapotaceae) from central Africa
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Gautier, L., O. Lachenaud, X. Van der Burgt & D. Kenfack (2016). Five new species of Englerophytum K. Krause (Sapotaceae) from central Africa. Candollea 71 ≥ : 287–305. In English, English and French abstracts.

Five new species of Englerophytum K. Krause (Sapotaceae) are described : Englerophytum paludosum L. Gaut., Burgt & O. Lachenaud, Englerophytum gigantifolium O. Lachenaud & L. Gaut., Englerophytum libenii O. Lachenaud & L. Gaut., Englerophytum sylverianum Kenfack & L. Gaut., and Englerophytum ferrugineum L. Gaut. & O. Lachenaud. All five species are illustrated with line drawings and three of them with field photos. Distribution maps are also provided, and a preliminary extinction risk assessment according to IUCN Categories and Criteria is carried out : Englerophytum paludosum is assessed as “Least Concern”, Englerophytum sylverianum as “Vulnerable”, Englerophytum libenii and Englerophytum ferrugineum as “Endangered”, and Englerophytum gigantifolium as “Critically Endangered”.

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Laurent Gautier, Olivier Lachenaud, Xander van der Burgt, and David Kenfack "Five new species of Englerophytum K. Krause (Sapotaceae) from central Africa," Candollea 71(2), 287-305, (1 December 2016). https://doi.org/10.15553/c2016v712a14
Published: 1 December 2016
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