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Reproductive biology of Deeringothamnus rugelii and D-pulchellus (Annonaceae)
Author(s): E. M. Norman
Publication Type: Article
Article Topic(s): Conservation assessment, Germination, Morphology, Phenology, Pollination, Rare plants
Research Setting(s): Forest, Sandhill
Species Referenced: Asimina reticulata (Netted pawpaw),
AbstractDetermines the phenology, pollination, breeding system and germination of the Florida endemic members of the genus Deeringothamnus. Describes an intergeneric hybrid between D. pulchellus and Asimina reticulata.
Suggested CitationE. M. Norman. "Reproductive biology of Deeringothamnus rugelii and D-pulchellus (Annonaceae)." Taxon 52.3 (2003): 547-555.