Three new rarely collected or endangered species of Annonaceae from Venezuela

L.W. Chatrou, M.D. Pirie

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Abstract

Three new species of Annonaceae from Venezuela are described here: Cremastosperma venezuelanum Pirie, Klarobelia subglobosa Chatrou, and Pseudomalmea wingfieldii Chatrou. All three are represented by few collections (in comparison to those of other Neotropical species of Annonaceae). Klarobelia subglobosa and P. wingfieldii in particular are only known from a few individual specimens collected in areas vulnerable to habitat destruction. IUCN threat categories are assigned to these species
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)33-40
JournalBlumea
Volume50
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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