niedziela, 18 grudnia 2011

Brittonia - 63 (1), 2011


A new species of Eremogone (Caryophyllaceae) from northern Utah and southeastern Idaho, U.S.A.

Noel H. Holmgren and Patricia K. Holmgren

Carapa vasquezii (Meliaceae), a new species from western Amazonia

David Kenfack

The Cyatheaceae (Polypodiopsida) of Peru

Marcus Lehnert

Two new species of Myrtaceae (Myrteae) from northern South America

Carolyn E. B. Proença, Laura V. S. Jennings and Eve J. Lucas

Nothotalisia, a new genus of Picramniaceae from tropical America

Wm. Wayt Thomas

Novedades en Pecluma (Polypodiaceae)

Luz Amparo Triana-Moreno

Ipomoea macdonaldii (Convolvulaceae), una especie nueva del estado de Oaxaca, México

Eleazar Carranza González

Polianthes zapopanensis (Agavaceae), una especie nueva de Jalisco, México

Eloy Solano and Ramiro Ríos-Gómez

Stephanbeckia plumosa (Liabeae: Compositae): A new genus and species from southern Bolivia

Harold Robinson and V. A. Funk

Asplenium cornutissimum (Aspleniaceae), a new species from karst caves in Guangxi, China

Ri-Hong Jiang, Xian-Chun Zhang and Yan Liu

New species of Podandrogyne (Cleomaceae) I. Two species from western Colombia and eastern Panama

Theodore S. Cochrane

A new combination in Aulonemia (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae) based on floral analysis, anatomical features, and distribution

Pedro L. Viana, Tarciso S. Filgueiras and Elder A. S. Paiva

Two new species of Boopis (Calyceraceae) from Argentina

Lucio Zavala-Gallo, Silvia Denham and Raúl Pozner

Una especie nueva del género Croton (Euphorbiaceae) de Guerrero, México

Martha Martínez Gordillo and Ramiro Cruz Durán

Three new species of Croton (Euphorbiaceae s.s.) from the Brazilian Caatinga

Daniela S. Carneiro-Torres, Ines Cordeiro, Ana Maria Giulietti, Paul E. Berry and Ricarda Riina

Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XVI: Cremosperma anisophyllum, a new species of Gesneriaceae from the Chocó region of northern Ecuador and southern Colombia

John L. Clark and Laurence E. Skog

Stenogrammitis, a new genus of grammitid ferns segregated from Lellingeria (Polypodiaceae)

Paulo H. Labiak

A new species of Sauvagesia (Ochnaceae) from the Espinhaço range of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Domingos Benício Oliveira Silva Cardoso

Taxonomy, distribution and emended description of the neotropical genus Lophogyne (Podostemaceae)

Claudia Petean Bove, C. Thomas Philbrick and Wilson J. E. M. Costa


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