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Wood and Bark Anatomy of Lauraceae III. Aspidostemon Rohwer ' Richter

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A group of Madagascan species hitherto ascribed to the genus Cryptocarya is segregated on account of its widely differing morphology and anatomy of wood and bark. The new genus, Aspidostemon Rohwer ' Richter, constitutes a small and very homogeneous taxon, and its wood and bark characteristics are described in detail. Aspidostemon contrasts Cryptocarya proper in nearly all qualitative and quantitative features to a high degree. This does not only justify its segregation from, but also precludes any close relationship with Cryptocarya. In order to properly accommodate Aspidostemon in the framework of lauraceous taxonomy, additional evidence from other botanical disciplines is required.


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