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Heteropterys krapovickasii. a. Fruiting branch. b. Enlargement of adaxial leaf surface. c. Base of leaf, abaxial view. d. Portion of inflorescence in fruit. e. Samara. f. Flower, posterior petal uppermost. g. Petals, posterior (left) and lateral (right). h. Partial androecium laid out, abaxial view, the stamen at left opposite posterior petal. i. Distal portion of style, lateral view. Scale bar equivalents: a, 4 cm; b, 8 mm; c, 1.3 cm; d, 1 cm; e, 2 cm; f, 5.7 mm; g, 4 mm; h, 2.7 mm; i, 1 mm.—Based on: a–e, Pires & Santos 16372, MICH; f–i, Krapovickas & Schinini 36259, MICH. Drawn by Karin Douthit. First published in Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 15: 123. 1982; reproduced with permission of the author.
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other drawings: H. actinoctenia, H. aequatorialis, H. alata, H. aliciae, H. alternifolia, H. atabapensis, H. bicolor, H. brachiata,H. caducibracteata, H. complicata, H. conformis, H. cotinifolia, H. cuatrecasasii, H. dichromocalyx, H. fruticosa, H. hatschbachii, H. krapovickasii, H. laurifolia, H. lindeniana, H. maguirei, H. marleneae, H. mathewsana, H. megaptera, H. murcapiresii, H. neblinensis, H.oblongifolia, H. obovata, H. oligantha, H. oxenderi, H. perplexa, H. prancei, H. purpurea, H. sanctorum, H. sincorensis, H. steyermarkii, H. subhelicina, H. tiinae.