Rhododendron heterolepis (Ericaceae), une espèce nouvelle de Papouasie

@inproceedings{Danet2010RhododendronH,
  title={Rhododendron heterolepis (Ericaceae), une esp{\`e}ce nouvelle de Papouasie},
  author={F. Danet},
  year={2010}
}
Danet F. 2010. — Rhododendron heterolepis (Ericaceae), une espèce nouvelle de Papouasie. Adansonia, sér. 3, 32 (1): 135-139. ABSTRACT Rhododendron heterolepis (Ericaceae), a new species from Papua. A new species, Rhododendron heterolepis Danet, recently discovered in the Indonesian province of Papua is described and illustrated. It differs from other species in the section Vireya (Blume) H.F.Copel by having an heterogenous and unequally distributed indumentum of scales on the underside of the… Expand
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