Navassa Island and its flora. 2. Checklist of the vascular plants
10.2307/2666520 Cite this article as: Zanoni, T.A. & Buck, W.R. Brittonia (1999) 51: 389. doi:10.2307/2666520 Abstract
A revised checklist of the vascular plants of Navassa Island, a U.S. possession in the Caribbean, is presented. This is the first update since the original list was published by Ekman in 1929. A recent expedition to the island resulted in the addition of 35 taxa. Eight pteridophytes and 139 angiosperms are recorded from the island.
Key words Caribbean botany Navassa Island vascular plants Literature Cited
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