Flora of Bahia: Cannabaceae

Anderson Ferreira Pinto Machado, Marcus Felipe Oliveira da Silva, Reyjane Patrícia de Oliveira, Ana Maria Giulietti, Daniela Santos Carneiro Torres

Abstract


The flora of Cannabaceae from the state of Bahia is presented. Six native species were recognized in two genera: Celtis, with four species (C. brasiliensis, C. ehrenbergiana, C. iguanaea and C. orthacanthos), and Trema, with two (T. micrantha and T. mollis). Identification keys, descriptions, illustrations, distribution maps in the state and notes on the taxa are presented.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13102/scb3781

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