Difference: IrdNeomaricaFluminensis (r6 vs. r5)

Neomarica fluminensis

synonyms; Trimezia fluminensis Ravenna, Onira 1: 10 (1988).

Reference Novon 11: 376, 2001. notes "The analysis of the holotype of Trimezia fluminiensis revealed a rhizome system, conduplicate and flattened leaves and scapes, lateral inflorescences, and equitant cataphylls. Neomarica fluminensis is similar to Neomarica sabini but differs in the smaller size of individuals and the anatomical features from the endodermal line"

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