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A Synopsis of Native Hawaiian Araliaceae

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Title: A Synopsis of Native Hawaiian Araliaceae
Authors: Lowry, Porter P. II
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Lowry II PP. 1986. A synopsis of native Hawaiian Araliaceae. Pac Sci 40: 79-87.
Abstract: The four genera of Araliaceae native to Hawaii, Cheirodendron,
Munroidendron, Reynoldsia, and Tetraplasandra, comprise 13 species and 2
subspecies, significantly fewer than have been recognized in previous treatments.
Three new combinations are made: C.forbesii (Sherff) Lowry, C. platyphyllum
ssp. kauaiense (Krajina) Lowry, and C. trigynum ssp. helleri (Sherff) Lowry.
Keys are provided to the genera, species, and subspecies, and a complete synonymy
is given for each taxon.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science Volume 40, Numbers 1-4, 1986

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