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Jumellea pailleri (Orchidaceae), une espèce nouvelle endémique des Comores

Abstract : Background and aims - Jumellea pailleri F.Rakotoar. (Orchidaceae), a new endemic species from the Comoro Archipelago is described and illustrated. Methods - Description and comparison of herbarium material from the herbarium of Comoro and Réunion Islands University (REU) have been done. Key results - Different from other Jumellea species from Comoro Island, J. pailleri resembles to J. bathiei Schltr. and J. ibityana Schltr., which are endemic to Madagascar. A key to identify Jumellea species from Comoro Islands is provided. The new species is illustrated, its distribution is given and its conservation status.
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Fanny Rakotoarivelo, Mohamed Andilyat, Lucien Faliniaina, Thierry Pailler. Jumellea pailleri (Orchidaceae), une espèce nouvelle endémique des Comores. Plant Ecology and Evolution, Botanic Garden Meise and Royal Botanical Society of Belgium, 2011, 144 (3), pp.363--366. ⟨10.5091/plecevo.2011.544⟩. ⟨hal-01199348⟩



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