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Hispaniolanthus: A New Genus of Capparaceae Endemic to Hispaniola
Abstract. Hispaniolanthus (Capparaceae), a new genus segregated from Capparis, is described and illustrated. It is characterized by short simple hairs, minute stipules, spiral phyllotaxy, juvenile
Capparis daknongensis (Capparaceae), a New Species from Vietnam
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A new species of Capparaceae from Dak Nong province, Vietnam, is described and illustrated, morphologically similar to C. khuamak, but differs in having pruinose twigs, fewer stamens, longer filaments and gynophore, and a different fruit morphology.
Mangleticornia (Amaranthaceae: Salicornioideae) — a new sister for Salicornia from the Pacific coast of South America
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Molecular phylogenetic evidence determines that this genus is distinct from and sister to Salicornia sensu lato, and is supported by morphological evidence.
Two New Genera of Capparaceae: Sarcotoxicum and Mesocapparis stat. nov., and the Reinstatement of Neocalyptrocalyx
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Three genera are separated here from the South American Capparis s.l. (Capparaceae), characterized by a variously stellate pubescence, 2-seriate sepals, 7 to 37 stamens, and pepos or amphisarca bearing many seeds with white- to cream-colored embryos and convolute cotyledons.
NEW COMBINATIONS IN CAPPARACEAE SENSU STRICTO FOR FLORA OF ECUADOR
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Three new combinations are proposed herewith: Cynophalla didymobotrys, C. sclerophylla, and Capparidastrum sola for the Flora of Ecuador.
Studies in the Capparaceae XXIII: Capparis coimbrana, a new species from Bolivia
Capparis coimbrana, a tree of the Bolivian and adjoining Brazilian subtropical to warm-temperate seasonal dry forests and savannas, is segregated fromC. petiolaris of the Pacific slope of Ecuador and
Chemical composition and antibacterial activity of Piper lenticellosum C.D.C essential oil collected in Ecuador
The essential oil of the leaves and spikes of Piper lenticellosum C. DC. (Piperaceae) was isolated by hydrodistillation and analyzed by GC/MS. A yield of 2.06 % was obtained. Twenty eight components
A new Hattena Domrow (Acari: Ameroseiidae) from ecuadorian mangroves and a new generic record for South America
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Mites of the genus Hattena Domrow primarily inhabit flowers and found phoretic on flower-visiting animals and are a new generic record for the American continent.
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