Icacinaceae s.l. da Mata Atlântica do Nordeste, Brasil

  title={Icacinaceae s.l. da Mata Atl{\^a}ntica do Nordeste, Brasil},
  author={Rodrigo Stefano Duno},
Icacinaceae s.l. according to currently circumscription is treated as four distinct families: Cardiopteridaceae, Icacinaceae s.s., Stemonuraceae and Pennantiaceae. Cardiopteridaceae, Icacinaceae s.s. and Stemonuraceae are represented in tropical forests of South America. Along the northeastern part of the Atlantic Forest domain these families are represented by the following species: Citronella paniculata (Mart.) R.A. Roward, Dendrobangia boliviana Rusby, , Discophora guianensis Miers, Emmotum… 

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