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New species, new combinations and new distributions in neotropical species of Elaphoglossum (Lomariopsidaceae).

@article{RojasAlvarado2002NewSN,
  title={New species, new combinations and new distributions in neotropical species of Elaphoglossum (Lomariopsidaceae).},
  author={Alexander Fco. Rojas-Alvarado},
  journal={Revista de biologia tropical},
  year={2002},
  volume={50 3-4},
  pages={
          969-1006
        }
}
More new species, new combinations and new distributions are made in the large and difficult genus Elaphoglossum in Neotropic. Ten new species are described, this are: Elaphoglossum adrianae A. Rojas, E. betancuri A. Rojas, E. caridadae A. Rojas, E. glabromarginatum A. Rojas, E. kessleri A. Rojas, E. macdougalii A. Rojas, E. paramicola A. Rojas, E. paxense A. Rojas, E. pseudoherminieri A. Rojas and E. solomonii A. Rojas. Three species are combined, this are: Elaphoglossum beitelii (Mickel) A… 

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