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The character states of Mussaendopsis Baill. (Rubiaceae, Coptosapelteae)

, : The character states of Mussaendopsis Baill. (Rubiaceae, Coptosapelteae). Flora Jena 189(2): 161-178

Mussaendopsis, an arborescent SE Asian genus comprising two species (M. beccariana from the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra east to Borneo, and M. celebica, endemic to Sulawesi), was recently transferred from the tribe Cinchonae to the tribe Coptosapelteae. The genus has been known to be one of the Rubiaceae characterized by attractive, enlarged, petaloid calyx lobes; however, a thorough investigation of the genus' character has been lacking.

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