A key to and descriptions of the seven species of Ocotea Aubl. (Lauraceae) with bisexual flowers and fistulose twigs occurring in the Andes are presented. Of the seven species, five are newly described: O. beekmanii van der Werff, O. cuatrecasasii van der Werff, both from Colombia, O. fistulosa van der Werff from Ecuador, O. magnifrons van der Werff described from Ecuador and also in Colombia, and O. obovatifolia van der Werff from Ecuador.
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