-39.92139, -16.02861: 10 Treatments

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Hornschuchia myrtillus     Vilela, Lucas & Lopes, Jenifer De Carvalho, 2022, Hornschuchia (Annonaceae), an endemic and threatened genus from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, European Journal of Taxonomy 828, pp. 75-108 : 94-96 94-96
Cnidoscolus mcvaughii     Oliveira, Cellini Castro De, Melo, André Laurênio De & Silva, Marcos José Da, 2021, Synopsis of Cnidoscolus (Euphorbiaceae) in midwestern Brazil, including taxonomic updates, a new species, and a reestablishment of C. neglectus, Phytotaxa 500 (3), pp. 179-200 : 187-197 187-197
Simpsonichthys perpendicularis     Wilson J. E. M. Costa, 2007, Taxonomic revision of the seasonal South American killifish genus Simpsonichthys (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes: Aplocheiloidei: Rivulidae)., Zootaxa 1669, pp. 1-134 : 21-22 21-22
Oxyopes salticus     Santos, Adalberto J., 2017, The jumping lynx spider Oxyopes salticus Hentz, 1845 and its Neotropical relatives (Araneae: Oxyopidae), Zootaxa 4216 (5), pp. 457-481 : 459-465 459-465
Vriesea saltensis   sp. nov.  Leme, Elton M. C. & Kollmann, Ludovic J. C., 2013, Miscellaneous New species of Brazilian Bromeliaceae, Phytotaxa 108 (1), pp. 1-40 : 33-35 33-35
Aechmea altocaririensis   sp. nov.  Leme, Elton M. C. & Kollmann, Ludovic J. C., 2011, New species and a new combination of Brazilian Bromeliaceae, Phytotaxa 16 (1), pp. 1-36 : 6-9 6-9
Vriesea lilliputiana   sp. nov.  Leme, Elton M. C., Till, Walter, Kollmann, Ludovic J. C., De Moura, Ricardo L. & Ribeiro, Otávio B. C., 2014, Miscellaneous New Species of Brazilian Bromeliaceae, Phytotaxa 177 (2), pp. 61-100 : 93-94 93-94
Aechmea recurvipetala   sp. nov.  Leme, Elton M. C. & Kollmann, Ludovic J. C., 2011, New species and a new combination of Brazilian Bromeliaceae, Phytotaxa 16 (1), pp. 1-36 : 10-11 10-11
Athenaea hunzikeriana   sp. nov.  Rodrigues, Izabella Martins da Costa, Knapp, Sandra & Stehmann, Joao Renato, 2021, Two new species of Athenaea Sendtn. (Solanaceae) from the Atlantic forests of south-eastern Brazil, PhytoKeys 178, pp. 1-15 : 1 1
Hornschuchia polyantha     Vilela, Lucas & Lopes, Jenifer De Carvalho, 2022, Hornschuchia (Annonaceae), an endemic and threatened genus from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, European Journal of Taxonomy 828, pp. 75-108 : 97-99 97-99