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Observations on Hawaiian Species of Wikstroemia (Angiospermae: Thymelaeaceae)

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Title:Observations on Hawaiian Species of Wikstroemia (Angiospermae: Thymelaeaceae)
Authors:Gupta, Samta
Gillett, G.W.
Date Issued:Jan 1969
Publisher:University of Hawai'i Press
Citation:Gupta S, Gillett GW. 1969. Observations on Hawaiian species of Wikstroemia (Angiospermae: Thymelaeaceae). Pac Sc 23(1): 83-88.
Abstract:Wikstroemia (Thymelaeaceae) is a genus of
tropical and subtropical shrubs or trees, widely
distributed in southeast Asia to Malaysia, northeast
Australia, and the Pacific islands (Ryukyu,
Marianas, Caroline, Hawaiian, Society, Marquesas,
Tonga, Fiji, Norfolk, and New Caledonia).
The Hawaiian species are known by the
name Akia or Akea.
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 23, Number 1, 1969

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