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A new species of Papuacalia from Papua (Irian Jaya, Indonesia)

, : A new species of Papuacalia from Papua (Irian Jaya, Indonesia). Kew Bulletin 57(3): 693-696

A new species of Papuacalia, Papuacalia veldkampii (Compositae: Senecioneae), from Jayawijaya Province, Papua, (Irian Jaya - Indonesia), is described and illustrated. This species is characterized as a low branching tree to 5 m tall.


DOI: 10.2307/4111001

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