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CEDRELA NGOBE (MELIACEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM PANAMA AND COSTA RICA

  • A. V. Köcke (a1) (a2), A. N. Muellner-Riehl (a1) (a3) (a4), O. Cáceres (a5) and T. D. Pennington (a6)

Abstract

We present a new species of Meliaceae, Cedrela ngobe Köcke, T.D.Penn. & Muellner, from Panama and Costa Rica. A detailed description with illustrations and a distribution map are provided. Based on distribution data and climatic niche modelling, the species is classified as Vulnerable according to IUCN Red List categories.

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*Author for correspondence: muellner-riehl@uni-leipzig.de

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