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Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica

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Volume XI, Number 4, October 2004

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SANTALACEAE. J. F. Morales (INB). This treatment deals with Santalaceae in the traditional sense (i.e., exclusive of Eremolepidaceae and Viscaceae), represented in Costa Rica only by a recently discovered “population,” in the central Pacific lowlands, of a sp. belonging to the oligotypic, otherwise South American genus Acanthosyris [see The Cutting Edge 7(2): 5, Apr. 2000]. Originally suspected as a new sp., our material was subsequently identified as Acanthosyris annonagustata C. Ulloa & P. Jørg., described recently from Ecuador (Novon 8: 84–86. 1998), but now also known from Brazil.

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