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Ocotea usambarensis

Ocotea usambarensis prov. Sungwi Tanzania

Botanical Synonym results for "Ocotea":

"Ocotea angustifolia" - Nectandra angustifolia

"Ocotea catesbyana" - Nectandra coriacea

"Ocotea caudata" - Ocotea cernua

"Ocotea coriacea" - Nectandra coriacea

"Ocotea pretiosa" - Ocotea odorifera

"Ocotea rodiei" - Chlorocardium rodiei

"Ocotea rubra" - Sextonia rubra

"Ocotea turbacensis" - Nectandra turbacensis

All the "Ocotea" from our database

including currently available Ocotea, and Ocotea for which we do not have a current source.

Ocotea acutifolia

Ocotea angustifolia

Ocotea arechavaletae

Ocotea bullata

Ocotea caudata

Ocotea cernua

Ocotea cymbarum

Ocotea foetens

Ocotea glaziovii

Ocotea odorifera

Ocotea porosa

Ocotea pretiosa

Ocotea regeliana

Ocotea rodiei

Ocotea rubra

Ocotea sp

Ocotea spp

Ocotea turbacensis

Ocotea usambarensis

Ocotea usambarensis prov. Sungwi Tanzania

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