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Garciadelia

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Garciadelia is a plant genus of the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 2010.[1][2] The entire genus is endemic to the Island of Hispaniola in the West Indies (divided between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.[3] It is a member of the Leucocroton alliance, which also includes Leucocroton and Lasiocroton. Species in this alliance are dioecious.[4]

Species[3]
  1. Garciadelia abbottii Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Dominican Republic
  2. Garciadelia castilloae Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Dominican Republic
  3. Garciadelia leprosa (Willd.) Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Haiti, Dominican Republic
  4. Garciadelia mejiae Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Dominican Republic

References

  1. ^ Jestrow, Brett. 2010. Taxon 59(6): 1809–1812
  2. ^ Tropicos
  3. ^ a b Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  4. ^ Jestrow, Brett; Gutiérrez Amaro, Jorge; Francisco-Ortega, Javier (2012). "Islands within islands: A molecular phylogenetic study of the Leucocroton alliance (Euphorbiaceae) across the Caribbean Islands and within the serpentinite archipelago of Cuba". Journal of Biogeography. 39 (3): 452–464. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02607.x.
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Garciadelia: Brief Summary

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Garciadelia is a plant genus of the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 2010. The entire genus is endemic to the Island of Hispaniola in the West Indies (divided between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. It is a member of the Leucocroton alliance, which also includes Leucocroton and Lasiocroton. Species in this alliance are dioecious.

Species Garciadelia abbottii Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Dominican Republic Garciadelia castilloae Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Dominican Republic Garciadelia leprosa (Willd.) Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Haiti, Dominican Republic Garciadelia mejiae Jestrow & Jiménez Rodr. - Dominican Republic
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