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A REVISION OF BOEA (GESNERIACEAE)

  • C. Puglisi (a1) (a2) and D. J. Middleton (a1)

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The genus Boea Comm. ex Lam. is revised. Eleven species are recognised, including the new species Boea morobensis C.Puglisi. A key is provided, all names are typified, and the species are described.

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