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Studies of Malagasy Eugenia – IV: Seventeen new endemic species, a new combination, and three lectotypifications; with comments on distribution, ecological and evolutionary patterns

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Seventeen new endemic species of the genus Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae) are proposed from Madagascar, including: E. andapae N. Snow, E. barriei N. Snow, E. bemangidiensis N. Snow, E. calciscopulorum N. Snow, E. delicatissima N. Snow, Callm. & Phillipson, E. echinulata N. Snow, E. gandhii N. Snow, E. hazonjia N. Snow, E. iantarensis N. Snow, E. malcomberi N. Snow, E. manomboensis N. Snow, E. obovatifolia N. Snow, E. ranomafana N. Snow & D. Turk, E. ravelonarivoi N. Snow & Callm., E. razakamalalae N. Snow & Callm., E. tiampoka N. Snow & Callm., and E. wilsoniana N. Snow, and one new combination, Eugenia richardii (Blume) N. Snow, Callm. & Phillipson is provided. Detailed descriptions, information on distribution and ecology, distribution maps, vernacular names (where known), digital images of types, comparisons to morphologically similar species. Preliminary assessment of IUCN risk of extinction and conservation recommendations are provided, including Vulnerable (4 species), Endangered (2 species), and Critically Endangered (4 species). Lectotpyes are designated for Eugenia hovarum H. Perrier, Eugenia nompa H. Perrier, and E. scottii H. Perrier respectively.
Dix-sept nouvelles espèces endémiques du genre Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae) sont proposées pour Madagascar, incluant E. andapae N. Snow, E. barriei N. Snow, E. bemangidiensis N. Snow, E. calciscopulorum N. Snow, E. delicatissima N. Snow, Callm. & Phillipson, E. echinulata N. Snow, E. gandhii N. Snow, E. hazonjia N. Snow, E. iantarensis N. Snow, E. malcomberi N. Snow, E. manomboensis N. Snow, E. obovatifolia N. Snow, E. ranomafana N. Snow & D. Turk, E. ravelonarivoi N. Snow & Callm., E. razakamalalae N. Snow & Callm., E. tiampoka N. Snow & Callm., et E. wilsoniana N. Snow, ainsi qu’une nouvelle combination, E. richardii (Blume) N. Snow, Callm. & Phillipson. Des descriptions détaillées, des informations sur la distribution et l’écologie, des cartes de distribution, des noms vernaculaires (quand ils sont connus), des images digitalisées des types, des comparaisons avec les espèces morphologiquemnet proches et une évaluation préliminaire du risque d’extinction selon l’UICN ainsi que des recommendations de conservation sont fournies. Des lectotypes sont désignés pour Eugenia hovarum H. Perrier, Eugenia nompa H. Perrier et Eugenia scottii H. Perrier.
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hal-01277769 , version 1 (23-02-2016)

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Neil Snow, Martin Callmander, Peter B. Phillipson. Studies of Malagasy Eugenia – IV: Seventeen new endemic species, a new combination, and three lectotypifications; with comments on distribution, ecological and evolutionary patterns. PhytoKeys, 2015, 49, pp.59-121. ⟨10.3897/phytokeys.49.9003⟩. ⟨hal-01277769⟩
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