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Three New Buxus Species (Buxaceae) from Eastern Cuba
Bd. 36, H. 1, Special Issue: Festschrift Werner Greuter (Apr. 20, 2006), pp. 479-489
Published by: Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3997724
Page Count: 11
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Three Cuban species of the genus Buxus, endemic to the Sierra de Moa-Baracoa mountain system, are described as new to science. Besides morphological descriptions, the results of a character analysis including pollen morphology, leaf venation and leaf anatomy are presented, which contribute to the delimitation of the species and the clarification of their relationships.
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