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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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Vegetal Biology

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hal-01199348 , version 1 (15-09-2015)

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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, 2011, 144 (3), pp.363--366. ⟨10.5091/plecevo.2011.544⟩. ⟨hal-01199348⟩
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