eMonocot is linking together monocot taxonomists by providing support and tools to enable communities to manage their taxonomic data online and in doing so contribute to eMonocot.
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ESTA ESPECIE TIENE DISTRIBUCION TAMBIEN EN COLOMBIAAbout: Epidendrum oxysepalum Hágsater & E.Santiago distribution 1 year ago
Munroa pulchella has been proposed by Amarilla et al. (2013). See the following papers. Amarilla, L.D., J.O. Chiapella, N. Nagahama, and A.M. Antón. 2013. Inclusion of Dasyochloa in the amphitropical genus Munroa (Poaceae, Chloridoideae) based on morphological evidence. Darwiniana nueva seri 1:241-252. Amarilla, L.D., J.O. Chiapella, V. Sosa, N.C. Moreno, and A.M. Antón. 2015. A tale of North and South America: time and mode of dispersal of the amphitropical genus Munroa (Poaceae, Chloridoideae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 179: 110-125.About: Dasyochloa pulchella (Kunth) Willd. ex Rydb. synonym(s) 2 years ago
Other data on distribution of Brazilian Tradescantia (and also other Commelinaceae) should be taken from The Brazilian Flora Website http://floradobrasil.jbrj.gov.br/jabot/listaBrasil/PrincipalUC/PrincipalUC.do?lingua=en Best regards, Marco PellegriniAbout: Tradescantia mundula var. scabrida Seub. data 3 years ago