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Revisão taxonômica do gênero Ossaea DC. (Melastomataceae) no Brasil

@inproceedings{Souza2013RevisoTD,
  title={Revis{\~a}o taxon{\^o}mica do g{\^e}nero Ossaea DC. (Melastomataceae) no Brasil},
  author={Maria Souza},
  year={2013}
}
In the present work a taxonomic revision of the Brazilian species of Ossaea DC. (Melastomataceae) is presented. The study was carried out using material from 54 national and foreign herbaria, and from field observations. The circunscription of Ossaea is discussed and this genus is accepted. Pentossaea W. Judd is synonymized under Ossaea. The morphological study of the species has analysed the externai morphology, and also other data, such as anatomical characters of the leaves and flowers and… 

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