2001
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-33062001000100007
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Abstract: Uma nova espécie de Bacopa (Scrophulariaceae) do Brasil e Argentina é descrita. Ilustração e descrição desta espécie são apresentadas, além de uma comparação com espécies afins do gênero.

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“…Morr., Angelonia integerrima Spreng. are currently considered as ancestral species [4] – [6] . We therefore use the term Angelonia × angustifolia .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Morr., Angelonia integerrima Spreng. are currently considered as ancestral species [4] – [6] . We therefore use the term Angelonia × angustifolia .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…van Bruggen, 1968van Bruggen, , 1969van Bruggen, , 1970van Bruggen, , 1973Cook, 1974;McKinnon, 1997; 5.5 -6.0 -8.0 high D (heterosporous) Svenson, 1944;Moore, 1969;Cook, 1974;CTAHR, 2002;Beck, 2005;Aquafish.net, 2011;Invasive.org, 2011;. Barrett, 1978;Souza, 2001Souza, , 2009Tenenbaum, 2003;Aquascapingworld, n. Cook, 1974;Barrett, 1978;Hargreaves, 2006;APC, 2009;Gann et al ., 2011;. Cook, 1974;Barrett, 1978;Hargreaves, 2006;Efloras, 2008a;APC, 2009;Souza, 2009;Liveaquaria.com, 2011;.…”
Section: Only For Aquatic Plant Usersmentioning
confidence: 99%