New species and notes on genera of the Celastraceae (incl. Hippocrateaceae). III
Miscellaneous publications of the University of Utrecht Herbarium , Volume 1 - Issue 1 p. 429- 439
A description is given of two new species in the genus Pristimera, P. dariense from Panama and P. caudata from Suriname. P. dariense differs by its flattened disk from the other New World species of the genus, but would fit in the subgenus Trochantha N. Hallé known from Africa. Cuervea crenulata sp. nov. is a species collected in Brazil, Minas Gerais. Another species in Cuervea, C. mitchellae (Johnst.) A.C. Smith is considered as a synonym of C. kappleriana. Hylenaea unguiculata sp. nov. is a new species from Suriname. The material on which the new species is based was at first erronously ascribed to the genus Tontelea with remarkably similar flowers.
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Mennega, A.M.W. (1983). New species and notes on genera of the Celastraceae (incl. Hippocrateaceae). III. Miscellaneous publications of the University of Utrecht Herbarium, 1(1), 429–439.