Anatomía foliar comparada y sistemática del clado-Trichocentrum con énfasis en Cohniella (Asparagales: Orchidaceae)

  title={Anatom{\'i}a foliar comparada y sistem{\'a}tica del clado-Trichocentrum con {\'e}nfasis en Cohniella (Asparagales: Orchidaceae)},
  author={William Cetzal-Ix and Eliana Noguera-Savelli and Damelis J{\'a}uregui and Germ{\'a}n Carnevali},
  journal={Revista De Biologia Tropical},
Comparative foliar anatomy and systematics of the Trichocentrum-clade with emphasis in Cohniella (Asparagales: Orchidaceae). The genera Cohniella, Lophiarella, Lophiaris, and Trichocentrum are included in the Trichocentrum-clade. These genera are distributed from Florida and Northern Mexico to Southern Brazil and Northern Argentina, growing in tropical deciduous forests or tropical rain forests and thorn scrub forests to pine-oak forest, from sea level to 1 700m. The leaf anatomical structure… 
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