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La familia Icacinaceae Miers en Venezuela

@inproceedings{Stefano2015LaFI,
  title={La familia Icacinaceae Miers en Venezuela},
  author={Rodrigo Duno de Stefano},
  year={2015}
}
Treatment of family Icacinaceae flora Venezuela is presented. The family includes nine genera and 21 species in the country. The most diverse genus is Emmotu... 
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