A Taxonomic Revision of Gouania (Rhamnaceae) in Madagascar and the Other Islands of the Western Indian Ocean (The Comoro and Mascarene Islands, and the Seychelles)1

@inproceedings{Buerki2011ATR,
  title={A Taxonomic Revision of Gouania (Rhamnaceae) in Madagascar and the Other Islands of the Western Indian Ocean (The Comoro and Mascarene Islands, and the Seychelles)1},
  author={Sven Buerki and Peter B. Phillipson and Martin W. Callmander},
  booktitle={Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Missouri Botanical Garden},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract A taxonomic revision of the genus Gouania Jacq. (Rhamnaceae) is presented for Madagascar and the other western Indian Ocean islands. Seventeen species are recognized, of which nine are described and published as new (all endemic to Madagascar): G. ambrensis Buerki, Phillipson & Callm., G. callmanderi Buerki, G. cupreifolia Buerki, Phillipson & Callm., G. cupuliflora Buerki, Phillipson & Callm., G. gautieri Buerki, Phillipson & Callm., G. perrieri Buerki, Phillipson & Callm., G… 
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