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13 December 2002 Encyclia altissima (Orchidaceae) new for Cuba
María Del Carmen Fagilde Espinosa, Eddy Martínez Quesada
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Encyclia altissima, so far known from the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands and Haiti, is recorded for Cuba from the Sierra de Mariana, Guantánamo province. For the Cuban population, a description and illustration, distribution data and conservation status are given.

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María Del Carmen Fagilde Espinosa and Eddy Martínez Quesada "Encyclia altissima (Orchidaceae) new for Cuba," Willdenowia 32(2), 319-321, (13 December 2002).
Published: 13 December 2002
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