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- include: Mollinedia argyrogyna, Perkins Mollinedia butleriana, Standl. Mollinedia engleriana, Perkins Mollinedia gilgiana, Perkins Mollinedia glabra, (Sprengel)...
- Mollinedia argyrogyna is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. It is threatened by habitat loss. Peixoto, A.L. 1998. Mollinedia...
- Mollinedia ruae is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. It is found in Honduras and Nicaragua. Nelson, C. 1998. Mollinedia ruae. 2006 IUCN Red...
- Mollinedia marquetiana is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. It is threatened by habitat loss. Peixoto, A.L. 1998....
- Mollinedia longicuspidata is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. Varty, N. 1998. Mollinedia longicuspidata. 2006 IUCN...
- Mollinedia lamprophylla is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family of the Laurales oeder. The plant is endemic to Rio de Janeiro state in southeastern...
- Mollinedia stenophylla is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. It is threatened by habitat loss. Varty, N. 1998. Mollinedia...
- Mollinedia gilgiana is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. The plant is endemic to the Atlantic Forest ecoregion in southeastern Brazil. It is...
- Mollinedia glabra is a species of plant in the Monimiaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. It is threatened by habitat loss. Peixoto, A.L. 1998. Mollinedia...
- genera and the number of their constituent species is: Tambourissa (50), Mollinedia (20-90), Kibara (43), Steganthera (17), Palmeria (14), and Hedycarya (11)...
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