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Monograph of the Hawaiian Species of Gouania (Rhamnaceae). Hawaiian Plant Studies 34

@inproceedings{John1969MonographOT,
  title={Monograph of the Hawaiian Species of Gouania (Rhamnaceae). Hawaiian Plant Studies 34},
  author={Harold. St. John},
  year={1969}
}
  • H. John
  • Published 1 October 1969
  • History
THE GENUS Gouania was early noted as a part of the Hawaiian flora by F. J. F. Meyen (1835), and he described a new species, basing it upon his own collection made on Diamond Head, Oahu, in 1831. He published the species in his narrative (1835:150) as G. integrifolia, but this epithet was a homonym of the earlier one for another species by Lamarck. When Walpers prepared the botanical report on the collections of this voyage of the "Prinzess Louise," he realized that Meyen's binomial was… 

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  • Nova Acta Academiae Caesareae LeopoldinoCarolinae Naturae Curiosorum
  • 1843