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Byrsonima. a–e, B. alvimii. a. Flowering branch. b. Connate intrapetiolar stipules. c. Two-flowered cincinnus, the open flower with posterior petal uppermost and one posterior-lateral petal removed. d. Stamens, side view (left) and adaxial view (right). e. Gynoecium, with tips of styles bent away from posterior petal. f–j, B. morii. f. Flowering branch, with reticulum on adaxial leaf surface enlarged. g. Node with connate intrapetiolar stipules. h. Flower, side view, posterior petal uppermost. i. Stamens, adaxial view (left) and side view (right). j. Gynoecium, anterior style to left. Scale bar equivalents: a, 4 cm; b, c, 8 mm; d, 2.7 mm; e, 4 mm; f, 4 cm (1.3 cm); g, h, 8 mm; i, 2.7 mm; j, 4 mm.—Based on: a–e, dos Santos 479, MICH; f–j, Mori & Benton 13158, MICH. Drawn by Karin Douthit. First published in Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 15: 112. 1982; reproduced with permission of the author.

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all drawings: B. affinis, B. alvimii, B. bahiana, B. bronweniana, B. bucidifolia, B. cacaophila, B. carroana,
B. christianeae, B. coniophylla,
B. crassifolia, B. flexipes, B. fonsecae, B. hatschbachii, B. homeieri, B. kariniana, B. lucida, B. macrostachya, B. maguirei, B. morii, B. onishiana, B. pachypoda, B. riparia, B. rodriguesii, B. rubrobracteata, B. schunkei, B. souzae, B. spinensis, B. steyermarkii, B. surinamensis, B. tillettii, B. trinitensis, B. wurdackii.

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