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Blakea (Melastomataceae, Englerian circumscription) - index of taxa
 Blakea [species indet.] 
 Blakea / Topobea  
 Blakea anomala  
 Blakea austin-smithii  
 Blakea bracteata  
 Blakea brasiliensis  
 Blakea brunnea  
 Blakea calycosa  
 Blakea campii  
 Blakea chlorantha  
 Blakea ciliata  
 Blakea costaricensis  
 Blakea crinita  
 Blakea cuatrecasii  
 Blakea eriocalyx  
 Blakea foliacea  
 Blakea fuchsioides  
 Blakea glabrescens  
 Blakea gracilis  
 Blakea grandiflora  
 Blakea guatemalensis  
 Blakea herrerae  
 Blakea aff. herrerae  
 Blakea hirsuta  
 Blakea hirsuta var. rotundata  
 Blakea hirsutissima  
 Blakea hispida  
 Blakea involvens  
 Blakea aff. involvens  
 Blakea jativae  
 Blakea lanuginosa  
 Blakea litoralis  
 Blakea oldemanii  
 Blakea ovalis  
 Blakea pauciflora  
 Blakea penduliflora  
 Blakea polyantha  
 Blakea portentosa  
 Blakea cf. portentosa  
 Blakea pulverulenta  
 Blakea punctulata  
 Blakea quadriflora  
 Blakea repens  
 Blakea cf. repens  
 Blakea rosea  
 Blakea rotundifolia  
 Blakea sawadae  
 Blakea scarlatina  
 Blakea aff. scarlatina  
 Blakea schlimii  
 Blakea spruceana  
 Blakea storkii  
 Blakea subconnata  
 Blakea subpanduriformis  
 Blakea subvaginata  
 Blakea tapantiana  
 Blakea trinervia  
 Blakea tuberculata  
 Blakea urbaniana  
 Blakea venusta  
 Blakea wilburiana  
 Blakea wilsoniorum  

* cataloging indicators: (all*)=all FLAS specimens ; (Florida*)=all Florida specimens; (SE U.S*)=all SE U.S. specimens ; (U.S.*)=all U.S. specimens.
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