Calderón De Rzedowski, Graciela; Rzedowski, Jerzy
December 2001
Acta Botanica Mexicana;2001, Issue 57, p67
Academic Journal
In contrast to other known species of Priva, the fruits of which are mainly diseminated by adhesion to hairs and feathers of animals, P. aspera develops juicy didymous drupes fit to endozoic dispersal. This fact, previously not correctly perceived, determines the need of an amendment of the generic characterization of Priva.


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