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Anthonotha and Isomacrolobium (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae): two distinct genera

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After the transfer in 2006 of two Anthonotha species to Englerodendron (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae), the larger, remaining part of the African genus Anthonotha is divided in two genera: Anthonotha sensu stricto and Isomacrolobium. Triplisomeris is synonymized under Isomacrolobium. The characters to separate the two genera are discussed and illustrated, and summarized in a table. For both genera a list of species is added. For Isomacrolobium it includes three new combinations.
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Keywords: ANTHONOTHA; CAESALPINIOIDEAE; FABACEAE; ISOMACROLOBIUM; LEGUMINOSAE; NEW COMBINATIONS; TRIPLISOMERIS; TROPICAL AFRICA

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 December 2008

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