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L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004

Full reference
L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst. 2004. Megaflora (hojas y frutos) de la Formación San José (Mioceno Medio) en río Seco, departamento Santa María, provincia de Catamarca, Argentina. Ameghiniana 41(3):423-436 [C. Jaramillo/J. Ceballos/A. Cardenas ]
Metadata
ID number:  44594
Created:  2013-02-01 02:58:29
Modified:  2013-09-14 03:38:10
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  Spanish
Taxonomic opinions (11) - view classification
'Asteracarpus gomezbelloi belongs to Asteracarpus' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Asteracarpus belongs to Asteraceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Cyperocarpus belongs to Cyperaceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Erythrina belongs to Fabaceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Ficus tressensii belongs to Ficus' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Prosopis belongs to Mimosaceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Schinopsis lorentzii belongs to Schinopsis' according to Engler 1881
'Schinopsis belongs to Anacardiaceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Senna belongs to Caesalpiniaceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Tibouchina belongs to Melastomataceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
'Ziziphus belongs to Rhamnaceae' according to L. M. Anzótegui and R. Herbst 2004
Collections (4)
137296, 138668, and 2 collections to be released in 2018