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Mappia

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Mappia is a genus in the flowering plant family Icacinaceae. There are 11 species (including Nothapodytes Blume) occurring in Central America, the West Indies and Asia.[1] The type species for the genus is Mappia racemosa Jacquin.

Leretia cordata has been included in Mappia by some authors. The name "Mappia" has been used for Cunila and for Doliocarpus guianensis (synonym: Soramia guianensis). Both of these uses of the name "Mappia" are nomina rejecta.

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  1. ^ "Mappia Jacq. | Plants of the World Online | Kew Science". Plants of the World Online. Retrieved 2020-02-06.
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Mappia: Brief Summary

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Mappia is a genus in the flowering plant family Icacinaceae. There are 11 species (including Nothapodytes Blume) occurring in Central America, the West Indies and Asia. The type species for the genus is Mappia racemosa Jacquin.

Leretia cordata has been included in Mappia by some authors. The name "Mappia" has been used for Cunila and for Doliocarpus guianensis (synonym: Soramia guianensis). Both of these uses of the name "Mappia" are nomina rejecta.

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