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A revision of Celtis subg. Mertensia (Ulmaceae)



A revision of Celtis subg. Mertensia (Ulmaceae)



Brittonia 53(1): 66-81



A revision of the neotropical subgenus Mertensia of the ulmaceous genus Celtis is presented. This group is a clear-cut entity characterized by the presence of thorns and/or domatia, as well as by bifid stigmas. The species are difficult to separate and numerous species, subspecies and varieties have been recognized. In the present treatment, the number of species is reduced to six, including a new and thornless species, C. loxensis.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02805398



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