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  • Berry, P.E., O. Huber & B.K. Holst.  1995.  Phytogeography of the Guayana Region.  Pp. 170-192 In Steyermark, J.A., P.E. Berry & B.K. Holst (editors).  Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana.  Vol. 1: Introduction.  Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis.
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  • Rogers, Z.S.  2002b.  Two new species of Weinmannia (Cunoniaceae: Cunonieae) from southern Ecuador.  Sida 20: 179-187.
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  • Vásquez, R. & O. Phillips.  2000.  Allpahuayo:  Floristics, structure and dynamics of a high diversity forest in Amazonian Peru.  Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 87: 499-527.
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