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Gouania axilliflora new species rhamnaceae a new species from peru


, : Gouania axilliflora new species rhamnaceae a new species from peru. Systematic Botany 13(4): 493-495

The new species, Gouania axilliflora, is described from the province of Cajamarca, Peru. The resemblance to the Brazilian Alvimiantha tricamerata Grey-Wilson is discussed.

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