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A Well-known “Mussambê” is a New Species of Tarenaya (Cleomaceae) from South America

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Tarenaya longicarpa , commonly known as “mussambê,” is a new species from South America. Iltis previously recognized it as a subspecies of Cleome spinosa Jacq. but never published the name. Molecular phylogenetic studies have confirmed this taxon as a distinct lineage from T. spinosa. In addition, the results of a revision of Tarenaya, now underway, corroborate the separation of T. longicarpa from T. spinosa s. s.
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Keywords: Bolivia; Brazil; Cleome spinosa

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 6, 2019

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