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Thomas B. Croat, David Scherberich, Genevieve Ferry A new species of Anthurium (Araceae) from Loreto (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Anthurium barrieri, a new species of section Leptanthurium is described as new. The species, closely related to A. gracile (Rudge) Schott, is only the second species described for section Leptanthurium. It is distinguished from A. gracile by its erect inflorescences, yellowish spadices with more flowers per spiral, larger lobed flowers, proportionately broader leaf blades and sulcate petioles.
Genevieve Ferry Croatiella integrifolia (Madison) E. G. Gonçalves: A plant that has not delivered all its secrets
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Thomas B. Croat, David Scherberich, Genevieve Ferry, M. Marcela Mora Two new species of Philodendron (Araceae) from Amazonian Peru (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Two new species of Philodendron, P. bicolor and P. pierrelianum (Araceae) are described and illustrated.
Thomas B. Croat, Genevieve Ferry A Preliminary Analysis of Anthurium (Araceae) from Carchi Province, Ecuador (Read)
 ABSTRACT: A preliminary survey of Anthurium (Araceae) Carchi Province, Ecuador is provided with a total of 146 named species, including seven taxa and 72 as yet unnamed species. More than 60% of all species are deemed to be new to science. The region is particularly rich in section Cardiolonchium (with 34 species and 2 taxa) and section Calomystrium with 29 species. Both are most abundant at middle to lower elevations. Section Belolonchium with 26 species is especially abundant at higher elevations. Even larger and found at middle to lower elevations is section Polyneurium (38 species), followed by section Porphyrochitonium (20 species) and section Xialophyllium (17 species), section Tetraspermium (6 species totaling 8 taxa); section Digitinervium (with 7 species), section Multinervium (with 12 species) and section Decurrentia (8 species).