New localities of Robinsonia (Rhetinodendron) berteroi R.W. Sanders, Stuessy & Martic. (Asteraceae) found in review of the herbarium of the National Botanical Garden, Chile
Keywords:conservation, extinction, herbarium, Juan Fernández
Four new localities are cited for Robinsonia (Rhetinodendron) berteroi, on Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile, documented through herbarium collections made by the biologist Marcia Ricci in the years 1988 and 1990 deposited in the herbarium of the National Botanical Garden (JBN) of Chile, which remained as indeterminate species until September 2021.
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