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A revision of Weinmannia (Cunoniaceae) in Malesia and the Pacific. 2. Sulawesi and the Philippines

  title={A revision of Weinmannia (Cunoniaceae) in Malesia and the Pacific. 2. Sulawesi and the Philippines},
  author={H. C. F. Hopkins},
Onze especes de Weinmannia existent aux Celebes et aux Philippines, mais une seule (W. negrosensis) est commune aux deux regions. Toutes les especes appartiennent a la sect. Fasciculata, bien que W. descombesiana presente certaines affinites avec la sect. Leiospermum. Parmi les sept especes des Celebes, quatre sont nouvelles et decrites ici : W. devogelii, tres affine de W. fraxinea qui est l'espece la plus repandue en Malesie mais absente des Celebes et des Philippines ; W. furfuracea qui… 

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