Checklist: Myrsinaceae

MYRSINACEAE

Introduction:

This is a checklist of taxa generated from the database. Genera and species which are either purely cultivated or which are wild species which do not occur in Zambia have been excluded.

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Literature:   
Kupicha, F.K. (1983) Myrsinaceae Flora Zambesiaca 7(1)   
   
NamesFZ Divisions
   
6283.000 MAESA Forssk.  
Maesa lanceolata Forssk. N,W,C,E
Baeobotrys lanceolata (Forssk.) Vahl
Maesa angolensis Gilg
Maesa mildbraedii Gilg & Schellenb.
Maesa rufescens A. DC.
   
6310.000 EMBELIA Burm. f.  
Embelia schimperi Vatke B,N,W,C
Embelia abyssinica Baker
Embelia bambuseti Gilg & Schellenb.
Embelia batesii S. Moore
Embelia dasyantha Gilg & Schellenb.
Embelia gilgii Mez
Embelia guineensis Baker
Embelia kilimandscharica Gilg
Embelia mujenja Gilg
Embelia nyassana Gilg
Embelia pellucida (Hiern) K. Schum.
Embelia retusa Gilg
Embelia tessmannii Gilg & Shellenb.
Embelia tibatiensis Gilg & Schellenb.
Pattara pellucida Hiern
Embelia upembensis Taton N
Embelia xylocarpa P. Halliday
   
6313.000 MYRSINE L.  
Myrsine africana L. N,W
   
6314.000 RAPANEA Aubl.  
Rapanea melanophloeos (L.) Mez N,W
Myrsine melanophloeos (L.) R. Br.
Myrsine neurophylla Gilg
Myrsine rhodondendroides Gilg
Myrsine runssorica Gilg
Rapanea neurophylla (Gilg) Mez
Rapanea pellucido-striata Gilg & Schellenb.
Rapanea pulchra Gilg & Schellenb.
Rapanea rhodondendroides (Gilg) mez
Rapanea runssorica (Gilg) Mez
Rapanea schliebenii Mildbr.
Rapanea ulugurensis Mez
Rapanea umbratilis S. Moore
Rapanea usambarensis Gilg & Schellenb.
Sideroxylon melanophloeos L.

Copyright: Mike Bingham, Annette Willemen, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Mark Hyde, 2011-17

Bingham, M.G., Willemen, A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. and Hyde, M.A. (2017). Flora of Zambia: Checklist: Myrsinaceae.
http://www.zambiaflora.com/speciesdata/utilities/utility-display-checklist.php?family_id=147, retrieved 26 March 2017

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