The Verbenaceae, collected in Papua by L. J. Brass for the Archbold Expedition. (American Museum of Natural History), 1933—1934
Mr. BRASS’S New Guinea collection has yielded valuable data to our knowledge of the Verbenaceae. He discovered one new genus (Archboldia), 3 new species (Clerodendron Brassii, C. populneum and Premna inaequilateralis) and some interesting additions to the area’s of earlier described species, among which the rediscovery of Faradaya chrysoclada, and the discovery of two species new for South New Guinea (Premna sessilifolia and Teysmanniodendron bogoriense) and of one more for the whole island ( Glossocarya Hemiderma).
|Journal||Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants|
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Beer, Eva, & Lam, H.J. (1936). The Verbenaceae, collected in Papua by L. J. Brass for the Archbold Expedition. (American Museum of Natural History), 1933—1934. Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 2(3), 221–228.