An emended description of and new combinations in Raputia (Cuspariinae, Rutaceae)

  title={An emended description of and new combinations in Raputia (Cuspariinae, Rutaceae)},
  author={J. Kallunki},
All three species of the neotropical genusMyllanthus R. Cowan are transferred toRaputia Aublet, resulting in the following new combinations,R. maroana (R. Cowan) Kallunki,R. neblinensis (R. Cowan) Kallunki, andR. ulei (K. Krause) Kallunki. An emended generic description and a key to the four described species (includingR. aromatica Aublet) are provided. 
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