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Abundant and common throughout the forest, in some places forming carpet. [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[?]][[/strikethrough]] Most plant rather young, [[strikethrough]] [[or a?]] [[/strikethrough]] bright green. Few in some places very tall with many old, found inflorescens. Most of the plant flowering. In some places growing together in the Olyro sp and Streptogyna. I think this is the same Roddie I collected in 1972 in Jaguaquara. Photo: B. & W. roll 53 from 32 [[plus or minus symbol]] to end, and roll #55 from 1 to - (All with flash) [[end page]] [[start page]] Electrochrome: roll #54/from 23 or 24 to end all with flash.) [[underline]]FAA[[/underline]]: 3 (fl. [[female symbol]], fl. [[male symbol]and leaves) [[underline]]bag[[/underline]]-1- [[underline]]3:1[[/underline]]:1 [[male symbol]] in flash- (5 vials)
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