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read & download Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Vol. 16 (Iriarteaceae) from Colombia, with a Synoptical Review of the Family (Classic Reprint)Excerpt from Contributions From the United National Herbarium Vol 16 Part 6; Three New Genera of Stilt Palms Iriarteaceae From Colombia With A Synoptical Review Of Palms Iriarteaceae From Colombia With a Synoptical Review of FamilyThis paper on South American palms by Messrs O F Cook and C B Doyle of the Bureau of Plant Industry U S Department of Agriculture is chicﬂy devoted to descriptions of three new genera of the family Iriarteaceae and the three new species which serve as generic types All three genera were found in the forests of the Pacific coast of Colombia near Buenaventura *In A Region That Seems *a region that seems to have been visited by earlier students of this group of plants. ,
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when Mr Doyle accompanied Prof H Fittier also of the BureauMr Doyle accompanied Prof H Fittier also of the Bureau Plant Industry during a visit of agricultural ex ploration in ColombiaAs much of the iterature of *THE PALMS IS BASED ON RATHER FRAG MENTARY INFORMATION *palms is based on rather frag mentary information complete data drawn from fresh material will be appreciated One of the results of the present study is to show the desirability of a subdivision of the family Iriarteaceae into three tribes a synopsis of which is included Synopses and de scriptions are also given of the genera and species of the two tribes in which the new genera are pl. ,