Denscantia, nuevo nombre en reemplazo de Scandentia (Rubiaceae-Spermacoceae)

@article{Cabral2001DenscantiaNN,
  title={Denscantia, nuevo nombre en reemplazo de Scandentia (Rubiaceae-Spermacoceae)},
  author={E. L. Cabral and N. M. Bacigalupo},
  journal={Darwiniana},
  year={2001},
  volume={39},
  pages={353-353}
}
Resumen es: Se propone el nuevo nombre Denscantia en reemplazo del genero Scandentia, invalidamente publicado>>>en: A new name is proposed for the recently publishe... 
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