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Une nouvelle espèce de Macropodiella (Podostemaceae) de Guinée Équatoriale

@article{Rial2002UneNE,
  title={Une nouvelle esp{\`e}ce de Macropodiella (Podostemaceae) de Guin{\'e}e {\'E}quatoriale},
  author={Anabel Rial},
  journal={Adansonia},
  year={2002},
  volume={24},
  pages={295-297}
}
Dans le cadre de l'etude des plantes aquatiques du Parc National de Monte Alen, une nouvelle espece de Macropodiella, M. uoroensis Rial, a ete identifiee ; il s'agit du premier recensement de ce genre en Guinee Equatoriale. 

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