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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.307.2.6

A new Hippeastrum (Amaryllidaceae) species from Brazil

RENATA S. OLIVEIRA, JUAN D. URDAMPILLETA, JULIE H.A. DUTILH

Abstract


The largest genus of Amaryllidaceae in Brazil is Hippeastrum Herbert (1821: 31), with about 30 species and the widest geographical distribution in the country. The whole genus has about 60 species with two centers of diversity, Bolivia/Peru and Southeast/Southern Brazil (Meerow & Snijman 1998).


Keywords


Amaryllidaceae, new species, Hippeastrum, Monocots

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