Brittonia

, Volume 49, Issue 3, pp 354–379 | Cite as

Manipulus rubiacearum—VI

  • Joseph H. Kirkbride
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Abstract

In neotropical Rubiaceae, nine new species for Brazil and one new generic section are described. Six new combinations and two new statuses are proposed, and the author citation ofPsychotria racemosa is corrected.Augusta is expanded to includeLindenia with nomenclatural adjustments, andAnthospermopsis is raised from a section to a genus.

Key words

Anthospermopsis Augusta Borreria Calycophyllum Chomelia Declieuxia Lindenia Malanea Psychotria Simira Sipanea Staëlia Rubiaceae 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Joseph H. Kirkbride
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  1. 1.Agricultural Research Service, Systematic Botany and Mycology LaboratoryU.S.D.A.BeltsvilleUSA

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