Combretum nusbaumeri Jongkind & L. Gaut. (Combretaceae), a new species from Madagascar

C.C.H. Jongkind, L. Gautier

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Abstract

JONGKIND, C. C. H. & L. GAUTIER (2011). Combretum nusbaumeri Jongkind & L. Gaut. (Combretaecae), a new species from Madagascar. Condollea 66: 311-315. In English, English and French abstracts. The new species Combretum nusbaumeri Jongkind & L. Gaut. (Combretaceae) that is endemic to north-eastern Madagascar is described and illustrated. It belongs in subgen. Cacoucia (Aubl.) Exell & Stace sect. Calopyxis (Tul.) Jongkind and is related to Combretum evisceratum (H. Perrier) Jongkind and Combretum macrocalyx (Tul.) Jongkind, two forest climbers that are also found in the same region. It differs quite markedly from them by the densely hairy receptacle and the style which is barely exserted.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)311-315
JournalCandollea
Volume66
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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