Two New Trifoliolate-Leaved Species of Cucurbitaceae (Cucurbiteae) from Central and South America

@inproceedings{Grayum2009TwoNT,
  title={Two New Trifoliolate-Leaved Species of Cucurbitaceae (Cucurbiteae) from Central and South America},
  author={Michael H. Grayum},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Two new species of Cucurbitaceae, tribe Cucurbiteae, with trifoliolate leaves are described from Costa Rica, one each in Cayaponia Silva Manso and Cionosicys Grisebach. Cayaponia hammelii Grayum, with large, pendent staminate flowers, ranges from Costa Rica to Pacific Ecuador, while the exceptionally large-fruited Cionosicys guabubu Grayum & J. A. González is restricted to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and central Panama. Both of these new species have sometimes been misidentified as… 
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