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Contribution to the dendrology of Paraguay. 2

, : Contribution to the dendrology of Paraguay. 2. Boissiera 37: 295

The following families are treated: Meliaceae; Moraceae; Myrsinaceae; Myrtaceae; Rubiaceae; and Vochysiaceae. Common names, descriptions, and notes on uses, ecology and distribution are given for each species.

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