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NEW NAMES IN VERNONIEAE (ASTERACEAE) OF NORTHEASTERN BRAZIL

@inproceedings{Loeuille2014NEWNI,
  title={NEW NAMES IN VERNONIEAE (ASTERACEAE) OF NORTHEASTERN BRAZIL},
  author={B. Loeuille and C. Siniscalchi and J. Pirani},
  year={2014}
}
The monotypic genera Irwinia G.M. Barroso, Oiospermum Less., and Pithecoseris Mart. ex DC. are considered synonyms, respectively, of Blanchetia DC., Centratherum Cass., and Chresta Vell. ex DC., based on morphological analyses. Three new c ombinations are proposed: Blanchetia coronata (G.M. Barroso) Loeuille & Pirani, comb. nov. , Centratherum repens (Spreng.) Loeuille & Pirani, comb. nov. , and Chresta pacourinoides (Mart. ex DC.) Siniscalchi & Loeuille, comb. nov. Additionally, Chresta… Expand

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