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Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica

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Volume XVI, Number 1, January 2009

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ORCHIDACEAE. Manual correspondent Mario Blanco (FLAS) has brought to our attention a literature report of Maxillaria vittariifolia L. O. Williams from Peru (see Christenson, Brittonia 47: 200. 1995). This spp., recently rechristened as Camaridium vittariifolium (L. O. Williams) M. A. Blanco, was previously believed to be a Costa Rican endemic, and was so designated in John Atwood’s Manual treatment of Maxillaria. Mario has not had the opportunity to study the fruiting Peruvian specimen (Killip & Smith 23156, US), but does not question the report.

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