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Weeds of Brazil - species of the pigweed family (Amaranthaceae)



Weeds of Brazil - species of the pigweed family (Amaranthaceae)



Biologico 46(11): 247-276



Twenty-two weed species of the Amaranthaceae family are listed in alphabetical order of their Latin names.

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