The genus Cycnium Benth. emend. Engl. (Scrophulariaceae) taxonomic revision by Ove J. Hansen

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Statementby Ove J. Hansen.
GenreClassification.
SeriesDansk botanisk arkiv ;, bd. 32, nr. 3
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LC ClassificationsQK495.S43 H36
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Pagination72 p. :
Number of Pages72
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Open LibraryOL4492473M
ISBN 108774200194
LC Control Number79322389

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Selaginaceae to Zygophyllaceae. The genus name Rhamphicarpa is a combination from the Greek words for ‘beak’ or ‘bill’ and ‘fruit’. The beaked fruit is a characteristic feature of the genus (Hansen, ) and can be used to distinguish between the genera Cycnium and Rhamphicarpa (Staner, ).

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