The genus Canna in northern South America
Acta botanica neerlandica , Volume 20 - Issue 6 p. 663- 680
Since Kranzlin’s monograph (1912) very little taxonomical work on the genus Canna has been done. The work is now very much out of date also because cytological and pollenmorphological methods have become available since. The present work has been inspired by the problems pertaining to the genus as occurring in Suriname. It was expanded to cover northern South America, South to the Amazon River, and includes also some West Indian material.
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