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Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica

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Volume XI, Number 1, January 2004

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AQUIFOLIACEAE. Alexánder Rodríguez (INB). Popeye accepts 15 spp. of Aquifoliaceae for Costa Rica, all belonging to Ilex (arguably, the only genus in the family); four of these are provisionally named (spp. A-D). Ilex haberi (Lundell) W. J. Hahn and I. hemiepiphytica W. J. Hahn are indicated as Costa Rican endemics, and all four provisional entities are ostensibly in the same category. Most of the remaining spps. are restricted to southern Central America. Nine Ilex spp. occur only above 1000 m in Costa Rica, and just two have been found below 450 m.

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