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The genus Ernodea (Rubiaceae) in the Caribbean basin .2. Morphological analyses and systematics
Author(s): V. NegronOrtiz and R. J. Hickey
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Systematic Botany
Article Topic(s): Systematics, Taxonomy
Research Setting(s): Coastal
Species Referenced: Ernodea littoralis (Coughbush),
AbstractResearches the taxonomic classification of the genus Ernodea, of which most species are endemic to the Bahamian Archipelago. This analysis of 30 floral and vegetative characters recognizes four morphological species: E. cokeri, E. littoralis, E. taylori and E. millspaughii. The study includes a key to the species with descriptions.
Suggested CitationV. NegronOrtiz and R. J. Hickey. "The genus Ernodea (Rubiaceae) in the Caribbean basin .2. Morphological analyses and systematics." Systematic Botany 21.3 (1996): 445-458.