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New records of Araceae for Costa Rica and Panama
Four species are documented for the first time for the Costa Rican flora: Anthurium curvispadix, Anthurium palosecense, Monstera integrifolia, Monstera spruceana. Two species are first documented for the Panamanian flora: ...
A reexamination of Monstera oreophila Madison (Araceae: Monsteroideae) and description of two new pinkish-spathed species of Monstera from Costa Rica and Panama
Monstera gentryi from Panama and M. mittermeieri from Costa Rica are newly described, illustrated and compared with M. oreophila. The differences between the novelties and similar species are presented and an amended ...
A comparison of Monstera deliciosa and M. tacanaensis, with comments on Monstera section Tornelia (Araceae)
Monstera deliciosa, one of the most commonly cultivated aroids, is a morphologically variable species and has traditionally been considered native to southern Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Panama. We demonstrate that ...
Two new species of Monstera (Araceae: Monsteroideae) from Costa Rica
Two species of Monstera, apparently endemic to Costa Rica, are newly described and illustrated. Monstera juliusii occurs in the southern Costa Rican portion of the Cordillera de Talamanca at 1600–2250 m, and has been ...