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Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica

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Volume XXV, Number 2, April 2018

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Gonocalyx lillyae Al. Rodr. & J. F. Morales (Ericaceae) complies with all the requirements of our rigorous selection process for this photo blog, and has won the spot above all other contenders.

Gonocalyx lillyae Al. Rodr. & J. F. Morales (Ericaceae)

One of five Costa Rican spp. in a genus of only 11 total, G. lillyae is little collected and, as far as we know, here for the first time shown photographed live in its native habitat, on the Pacific slope of the northern Cordillera de Talamanca in the Dota region.  Thanks and a tip o' the hat to our presently footloose friend and botanical colleague Esteban Jiménez for the photos, vouchered by E. Jiménez et al. 4223 (USJ).

 

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