New species of Dypsis and Ravenea (Arecaceae) from Madagascar

@article{Rakotoarinivo2010NewSO,
  title={New species of Dypsis and Ravenea (Arecaceae) from Madagascar},
  author={Mijoro Rakotoarinivo and John Dransfield},
  journal={Kew Bulletin},
  year={2010},
  volume={65},
  pages={279-303}
}
SummaryFourteen new species of palms (Arecaceae) from Madagascar are described and named, based on material collected over the last 15 years. Twelve species belong to the genus Dypsis, namely D. andilamenensis Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. anjae Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. betsimisarakae Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. culminis Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. dracaenoides Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. gautieri Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. gronophyllum Rakotoarin. & J. Dransf., D. jeremiei Rakotoarin… Expand
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