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- in place of Aiphanes. Max Burret resurrected the name Aiphanes in 1932, and laid the basis for the modern concept of the genus. Aiphanes is most closely...
- subspecies are recognized: Aiphanes hirsuta subsp. fosteriorum (H.E.Moore) Borchs. & R.Bernal - Colombia, Ecuador Aiphanes hirsuta subsp. hirsuta - Colombia...
- Aiphanes horrida is a palm native to northern South America and Trinidad and Tobago. Aiphanes horrida is a solitary, spiny tree. In the wild it grows...
- botanist Max Burret placed Aiphanes eggersii in the subgenus Macroanthera, one of the two subgenera into which he divided the Aiphanes. In their 1996 monograph...
- name of the species. The name Aiphanes was coined a decade later by German botanist Carl Ludwig Willdenow in 1801. Aiphanes minima is native to the Dominican...
- World checklist, the latter name is used. Aiphanes horrida: Trinidad (also tropical South America). Aiphanes minima: Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Martinique...
- Aiphanes duquei is a species of palm that is endemic to Colombia. Known from only a small area in the Cordillera Occidental, it is threatened by habitat...
- Aiphanes bicornis is a species of small, pinnately leaved palm which is endemic to Ecuador. First described in 2004 and known from only two locations,...
- Aiphanes chiribogensis is a species of palm which is endemic to western Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests...
- Aiphanes linearis is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae. It is found only in Colombia. Bernal, R. (1998). "Aiphanes linearis". The IUCN...
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