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Los Amigos Jungle Cucumbers - Figure 15

Module by: John Janovec. E-mail the author

Los Amigos Jungle Cucumbers: A Study of Five Sympatric Gurania Species

Amanda K. Neill

The New York Botanical Garden

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Figure 15

Many thanks to all those who have helped me find plants and collect data at Los Amigos-- employees of ACCA and ACA, such as Pedro Centeno (shown here with me and Gurania insolita), Piher Maceda, Pedro Maceda, and especially John Janovec. Thanks also to the entire support staff at the Los Amigos Biological Station, and at the ACCA office in Puerto Maldonado and the ACA office in Washington, D.C. Read more about people of Los Amigos Botany here. For more information about the author, see www.nybg.org/bsci/grad/aneill . For more photos of Gurania, see The Gurania Pages.

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