Flora of Bahia: Plumbaginaceae

Evelyne Marques Marreira, Paulo Ricardo Machado Almeida, Ana Maria Giulietti, Reyjane Patricia de Oliveira


The flora of the Plumbaginaceae from Bahia, Brazil, is presented here. Plumbago zeylanica was the only native (or subspontaneous) species recognized in the state. Descriptions of the family, genus and species, illustrations, a distribution map and general notes are presented.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13102/scb2815


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