A new species of Bertolonia (Melastomataceae) from the Southeastern Brazilian Atlantic Forest

@article{SilvaGonalves2016ANS,
  title={A new species of Bertolonia (Melastomataceae) from the Southeastern Brazilian Atlantic Forest},
  author={Kelly Cristina Da Silva-Gonçalves and Jos{\'e} Fernando Andrade Baumgratz and Andr{\'e} Felippe Nunes-Freitas},
  journal={Phytotaxa},
  year={2016},
  volume={273},
  pages={115-121}
}
A new species of Bertolonia (Melastomataceae; Bertolonieae) endemic to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest is described and illustrated. Bertolonia organensis is known from only one locality in the Serra dos Orgaos National Park, state of Rio de Janeiro. The main diagnostic characteristics that distinguish B. organensis are the leaves with bullate adaxial surface and foveolate abaxial surface, cordate base and seven acrodromous veins, petiole and hypanthium glandulose-punctate, setulose and setulose… 
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Bertolonia organensis Baumgratz , Gonçalves - Silva & Nunes - Freitas . Lista Vermelha CNCFlora