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Carlowrightia sulcata (Acanthaceae), una Especie de Sudamérica Austral Tratada Previamente en Siphonoglossa

Cecilia Ezcurra
Novon
Vol. 4, No. 3 (Autumn, 1994), pp. 221-223
DOI: 10.2307/3391645
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3391645
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Carlowrightia sulcata (Acanthaceae), una Especie de Sudamérica Austral Tratada Previamente en Siphonoglossa
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Abstract

Una especie de Sudamérica austral tratada previamente como Siphonoglossa sulcata ha sido transferida a Carlowrightia en la recién publicada Flora de la Provincia de Jujuy (Parte 9). Ya que los caracteres que justifican su posición sistemática dentro de Carlowrightia no se discuten en la Flora, se presentan aquí. Carlowrightia es un género que comprende 23 especies de América del Norte y América Central; ésta es la primera especie que se cita para América del Sur. Siphonoglossa gentianifolia Lindau, descripta para Paraguay, se reduce a la sinonimia de Carlowrightia sulcata por primera vez. /// A species of Acanthaceae from Argentina generally treated as Siphonoglossa sulcata has been transferred to Carlowrightia in the recently published Flora de la Provincia de Jujuy (Part 9). Because the characters that justify its systematic position in Carlowrightia are not discussed in the Flora, they are presented here. Carlowrightia is currently considered a genus comprising 23 species from North and Central America; this is the first species reported from South America. Siphonoglossa gentianifolia Lindau, described from Paraguay, is reduced to synonymy of Carlowrightia sulcata for the first time.

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