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Trichlora

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Trichlora peruviana

Trichlora is a genus of Peruvian plants in the onion subfamily within the Amaryllis family.[1][2] There are 4 known species, all endemic to Perú.[3][4][5][6][7]

References

  1. ^ a b John Gilbert Baker. 1877. Hooker's Icones Plantarum vol 13, plate 1237 line drawing of Trichlora peruviana
  2. ^ John Gilbert Baker. 1877. Hooker's Icones Plantarum vol 13, page 29 description in Latin, figure captions and habitat information in English
  3. ^ Kew World Checklist to Selected Plant Families
  4. ^ The Plant List search for Trichlora
  5. ^ a b Vargas C., C. 1969. Especies nuevas para la flora del Sur Perú. Biota 8(61): 33–40.
  6. ^ Macbride, J. F. 1936. Liliaceae, Flora of Peru. Publications of the Field Museum of Natural History, Botanical Series 13(1/3): 617–630
  7. ^ a b c Ravenna, Pierfelice. 2000. Onira 4: 31-32
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Trichlora: Brief Summary

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Trichlora is a genus of Peruvian plants in the onion subfamily within the Amaryllis family. There are 4 known species, all endemic to Perú.

Trichlora huascarana Ravenna - Perú (Ancash) Trichlora lactea Ravenna - Perú (Cajamarca ) Trichlora peruviana Baker - Perú (Lima, Cusco) Trichlora sandwithii Vargas - Perú (Apurímac)
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