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The taxonomic significance of leaf micromorphology in the genus Eugenia L (Myrtaceae)
Author(s): N. W. Haron and D. M. Moore
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society
Article Topic(s): Morphology,Taxonomy
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Eugenia axillaris (White stopper),
AbstractDescribes micromorphological features of leaves in the genus Eugenia. Similarities and differences are described for New and Old World taxa. The significance of these features in taxonomic identification and differentiation is discussed.
Suggested CitationN. W. Haron and D. M. Moore. "The taxonomic significance of leaf micromorphology in the genus Eugenia L (Myrtaceae)." Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 120.3 (1996): 265-277.