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Reassessing the Generic Status of Petalolophus (Annonaceae): Evidence for the Evolution of a Distinct Sapromyophilous Lineage within Pseuduvaria
Abstract The genus Petalolophus (Annonaceae) consists of only one species, P. megalopus, which is characterised by the possession of elaborate perianth wings that extend abaxially from the midrib ofExpand
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An unusual new species of Steganthera (Monimiaceae) from Papua New Guinea
Understory shrub c. 3 4 m height, probably dioecious. Branchlets conspicuously verrucose, persistently strigulose or papillate-hairy, hollow, nodes inflated, 6 10 mm wide, the stem swellingsExpand
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Saurauia taylorii (Actinidiaceae), a distinctive new species from the Kaijende Highlands of Papua New Guinea
Saurauia taylorii is described from subalpine environments in the Kaijende Highlands of Enga Province. The new species is easily distinguished by its unusually small and glabrous leaf-blades, and byExpand
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NOTES ON ACRONYCHIA (RUTACEAE) FROM THE KAIJENDE HIGHLANDS OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA
ABSTRACT Acronychia richards-beehlerii is newly described from the Conservation International Kaijende Expedition. The novelty is closest to A. smithii, differing primarily in the conspicuousExpand
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Fern distributional records in Christensenia (Marattiaceae), Dipteris (Dipteridaceae), and Rheopteris (Pteridaceae) from the upper Sepik of Papua New Guinea
Christensenia (Marattiaceae) is recorded for the island of New Guinea, removing a puzzling disjunction in its documented distribution. The rarely seen Rheopteris cheesmaniae (Pteridaceae), previouslyExpand
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RHODODENDRON LORANTHIFLORUM ( ERICACEAE ) FROM MAINLAND NEW GUINEA. A DISTRIBUTIONAL RECORD AND NEW SUBSPECIES
Rhododendron loranthiflorum was previously regarded as an archipelagic endemic, with known stations in the Solomon Islands and New Britain. An exploratory survey of the Lakekamu Basin has nowExpand
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A Phylogeny and Revised Circumscription for Kairoa (Monimiaceae), with the Description of a New Species from Papua New Guinea
Abstract. Kairoa endressiana is described from limestone environments in Papua New Guinea's (PNG) southern region. According to chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences, the novelty is closely allied toExpand
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