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The classification of the genusFicus has changed considerably in the course of time and is still the subject of further research and discussion. The main subdivisions in the most recent… (More)
Maquira coriacea is a commercial tree species growing throughout the Amazon flood plain forests. Densities up to 14/ha of individuals, >10 cm diameter at breast height (DBH) were observed,… (More)
Four new species are described and illustrated:Coussapoa fulvescens, C. tolimensis, andC. valaria from Colombia, andPourouma napoensis from Ecuador.
Two new species ofPourouma are described, illustrated, and keyed out;P. cordata from Peru and Brazil, andP. montana from Peru.
Ficus boliviana is described from Bolivia and Peru, illustrated, and compared with other species in the genus.
Ficus subsection Urostigma as currently circumscribed contains 27 species, distributed in Africa, Asia, Australia and the Pacific, and is of key importance to understand the origin and evolution of… (More)
A new species,Ficus salicaria, is described from material cultivated as ornamental. The material is of uncertain provenance but was probably collected originally in Guyana.
A revision of the neotropical subgenusMertensia of the ulmaceous genusCeltis is presented. This group is a clear-cut entity characterized by the presence of thorns and/or domatia, as well subspecies… (More)
The neotropical sect. Pharmacosycea is according to results of molecular studies to be regarded as the sister group of (and basis to) the rest of the genus (Herre et al., 1996; Weiblen, 2000;… (More)
Eight new species from Brazil,Ficus acreana,F. bahiensis, F. duartei, F. duckeana, F. hatschbachii, F. lagoensis, F. laureola, andF. rupicola, are described and illustrated. The new species are… (More)