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Phytotaxa
166 (1): 049–068 (17 April 2014)
A synopsis of the Asian and Australasian genus Phanera Lour. (Cercideae: Caesalpinioideae: Leguminosae) including 19 new combinations
|BARBARA A. MACKINDER & RUTH CLARK


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