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|Title:||Ecclinusa campinae (Sapotaceae), a new species from the Middle Rio Negro region, Amazonas, Brazil|
|Authors:||Terra-Araujo, Mário Henrique|
Costa, Flavio Magalhães
Carvalho, Rangel Batista de
|metadata.dc.relation.ispartof:||Volume 67, Número 3, Pags. 180-184|
|Abstract:||Ecclinusa campinae is here described as new species from South America. It is known from a single area of lowland non-flooded or occasionally flooded forests on nutrient-poor white-sand soils locally known as campina or campinarana forests in the Parque Nacional do Jaú, Middle Rio Negro region in northwestern Amazonia. Illustrations are provided, in addition to a key to species of the genus and a comparison of the morphological differences between E. campinae and similar species. © 2015, The New York Botanical Garden.|
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