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13 December 2002 Revision of the genus Ochagavia (Bromeliaceae, Bromelioideae)
Georg Zizka, Katja Trumpler, Otto Zöllner
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Abstract

The genus Ochagavia is revised. Four species, O. andina, O. carnea, O. elegans and O. litoralis, are recognized, all are endemic to Chile. A key to the species, descriptions, illustrations, full synonymies and data on the distribution and ecology are given. The new combinations O. litoralis and O. andina are validated, and several names are typified. Relationships of the genus within the subfamily Bromelioideae are discussed.

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Georg Zizka, Katja Trumpler, and Otto Zöllner "Revision of the genus Ochagavia (Bromeliaceae, Bromelioideae)," Willdenowia 32(2), 331-350, (13 December 2002). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.32.32215
Published: 13 December 2002
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