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In this paper, four species of Aristolochia are taxonomically revised for Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela: they are treated as a unit because they are the only herbaceous, efimbriate, perennial species native to this region. Described in the literature as more than a dozen taxa, they have never been comprehensively reviewed as a unit before. Our treatment includes full synonymy,specimens studied, discussions of relationships and maps of known distributions utilizing materials loaned to us by more than 35 herbaria., In this paper, four species of Aristolochia are taxonomically revised for Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela: they are treated as a unit because they are the only herbaceous, efimbriate, perennial species native to this region. Described in the literature as more than a dozen taxa, they have never been comprehensively reviewed as a unit before. Our treatment includes full synonymy,specimens studied, discussions of relationships and maps of known distributions utilizing materials loaned to us by more than 35 herbaria.

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Palabras clave: Ciencias Naturales, Biología, Plantas, animales, Historia Natural, Paleobotánica, Paleozoología, Ornitología, Herpetología, Botánica, Entomología, Parasitología, Ictiología, Herbaceous Aristolochias, Aristolochia, Herbaceous, Efimbriate, Herbaceous Aristolochias, Aristolochia, Herbaceous, Efimbriate





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EFIMBRIATE, HERBACEOUS IN BRAZIL AND NORTHWEST THOMAS M. ARISTOLOCHIAS SOUTH AMERICA - 2 BAZZOLO 3 and HOWARD WM. PFEIFER 4 SUMMARY In this paper, four species of Aristolochia are taxonomically revised for Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela: they are treated as a unit because they are the only herbaceous, efimbriate, perennial species native to this region.
Described in the literature as more than a dozen taxa, they have never been comprehensively reviewed as a unit before.
Our treatment includes full synonymy, specimens studied, discussions of relationships and maps of known distributions utilizing materials loaned to us by more than 35 herbaria. 1 A portion, submitted in different for~, is from a thesis for the Masters Degree by T.
M.
Bazzolo. 2 The authors are indebted to the curators of the following herbaria for tiicir assistance and loans of the South American material of Aristolochia: A, B, BA, BM, BR, C, CGE, COL, CONN, DR, E, F, Fl, G, GH, GOET, HB, IAN, K, KEIL, LE, M, MO, MPU, NY, P, PR, R, RB, S, SP, U, UPS, US, YEN, W.
The research was partially supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, University of Connecticut Research Foundation and E.
R.
Squibb and Sons, Inc.
The drawings were made by Miss Mary Hubbard of the Biological Sciences Group, Unive~sity of Connecticut. 3 327 Riverside Avenue, Torrington, Connecticut. 4 Botany Section, Biological Sciences Group, U-42, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut 06268. 20 No.
56. CALDASIA, VOL.
XII, SEPTIEMBRE 28 DE 1977 INTRODUCTION The genus Aristolocbia sidered by numerous Hoehne, is a large and varied assemblage authors (notably 1927, 1942; Humboldt Pfeifer, 1966; Planchon, in tropical temperate 1967; Duchartre, 1891; and Schmidt, and subtropical regions, few can survive 1935).
The largest genus in the areas.
Although freezing is found predo- some species occur in temperatures. Areas containing many endemic species are Brazil and the Island o...






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