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7 August 2000 Wallenia maestrensis (Myrsinaceae), a new species from eastern Cuba
Cristina Panfet Valdés, Iralys Ventosa Rodríguez
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Abstract

A species new to science, belonging to Wallenia subg. Homowallenia, has been discovered in the Sierra Maestra, Granma Province, in E Cuba. It is described and illustrated as W. maestrensis, then compared with its closest relative, W. bumelioides, known from several Cuban provinces and also illustrated.

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Cristina Panfet Valdés and Iralys Ventosa Rodríguez "Wallenia maestrensis (Myrsinaceae), a new species from eastern Cuba," Willdenowia 30(1), 141-145, (7 August 2000). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.30.30113
Published: 7 August 2000
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