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|Title:||Lecythis ibiriba (Lecythidaceae), a new combination from northeastern Brazil|
|Authors:||Smith, Nathan P.|
Mori, Scott Alan
Popovkin, Alex V.
Hopkins, Michael John Gilbert
|metadata.dc.publisher.journal:||Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society|
|metadata.dc.relation.ispartof:||Volume 139, Número 4, Pags. 447-451|
|Abstract:||Lecythis ibiriba (Lecythidaceae), a new combination, is described, illustrated, and discussed. This species occurs as a shrub or small- to medium-sized tree that grows in the Atlantic Forest of northeastern Brazil. Lecythis ibiriba differs from most species of Lecythis by having seeds with poorly developed basal arils and stalked vestigial stamens that are curved but not swept inward. Morphologically, it is similar to L. lurida; however, differences in the bark, leaves, flowers, and fruits justify its recognition as a separate species. © Torrey Botanical Club.|
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