A NEW SPECIES OF DEPARIA FROM NEW GUINEA

Wita Wardani, Jaenudin Jaenudin, Ismail Apandi, Anne Kusumawaty, Wahyudi Santoso
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WARDANI, W., JAENUDIN, APANDI, I., KUSUMAWATY, A. & SANTOSO, W. 2021. A new species of Deparia from New Guinea. Reinwardtia 20(2): 57−61. — Deparia stellata is a new species of highland in Eastern New Guinea, described from a specimen found among unidentified piles of New Guinean Expedition in 1975. Its distinctive stellate-hairs on all axis and occasionally on rachis-scale margin are the main character that differentiate the species to other Deparia.

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Deparia, highland, New Guinea, stellate-hairs

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