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Krapovickasian Malvaceae of the genus Sida


, : Krapovickasian Malvaceae of the genus Sida. Lilloa 17: 523-527

Ten of Krapovickas' collections of Sida, new or rare spp. for Argentina, are listed with notes and include S. glutinosa var. lpngearestata. and S. santaremensis var. krapovickasiana.

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