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Dude where's my car dog? You got the keys? What you gonna do?

Yeah! Yeah, dude! This the best car! Let's go! Yeah! Man!

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E. g. E. g., E. fiebrii, E. goshae, E. pessieri, E. vampalasi, E. pessarii

and E. zenkeri are the only species which have been reported from Brazil and the new species is only known from the type locality and is very rare, even there.

iii) The species have similar morphology, as there are five species of Euprostetra (Euprostetra) in which the trifoliate strobilus has the same characteristics as the Brazilian species.

iv) The new species differs from the other species in having bicoloured perianth, the two leaves in the outer whorl have the same shape, and the inflorescence of the new species has a dense, lax and branched inflorescence.

v) On the other hand, they differ in the shape of the fruiting capsules and seeds, the new species has a globose fruit capsule, which is shorter than the fruit capsules of the other species.

vi) The new species is distributed mnly in the Serra da Capibaribe region of Parana State and in the state of Paraná in Argentina.

This is a contribution to the Fazenda Monte das Graças (FMG) herbarium of Minas Gers State, Brazil, collected from the São Francisco River in November 1999.

Herbarium acronym

Euprostetra zenkeri

Gastrotheca pesso

A descriptive and bibliographic revision of the species of the genus Euprostetra was done by Nascimento, et al., 2008 (8: 17-22).

A descriptive and bibliographic revision of the species of the genus Euprostetra was done by Nascimento, et al., 2010 (9: 13-23).

Nascimento and A.S. Almeida (2013) made a critical revision of the genus Euprostetra, dividing it into two sections based on geographical distribution and distribution of the species, and giving them the following number: Sect. Euprostetra (3), Sect. Euprostetra s.l. (4).

Nascimento and A.S. Almeida (2014) made a critical revision of the genus Euprostetra, dividing it into two sections based on geographical distribution and distribution of the species, and giving them the following number: Sect. Euprostetra (2), Sect. Euprostetra s.l. (2).

Camps, W.R. &, Stearn, W.R. 1992. The Genera of the Orchid Family. 2: 15-137. The electronic version of this book is avlable at http://www.kew.ac.uk/ipni/circulars/calsns/genus/index.htm.

Camps, W.R. 1998. Classification of the Orchidaceae. New York, NY and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gastrotheca (Euprostetra) s.l., Nascimento, A.S. &, Melchior, G.V. 2004. Revision of the genus Gastrotheca (Orchidaceae, Epidendroideae) in Brazilian Orchidaceae: description of the new genus Hylochilus and new combination Hylochilus tatuipau (H.Karst.) C.R.Bacchi, Nascimento, A.S. &, Melchior, G.V. Flora Neotropica 21(2): 67-72.

Nascimento, A.S. &, Melchior, G.V. 2006. Revision of the genus Euprostetra Lourteig ex Lindl., with description of two new species (Orchidaceae: Epidendroideae) and a new combination. Carnivorous Plants 39: 25-30.

B. H. Smith, C. F. Smid &, P. G. H. Beusse 1997. A key to the world's orchids. The Family Orchidaceae. Volume 2. 3rd ed. Amsterdam: Uitgeversmaatschappij Nederlandse Orchidrijks Kring (NIOK). (This is the original text of the first edition in English, published in 1976.)

J. W. J. Spooner 2001. "Dalbergia clavata" (Orchidaceae), a new species from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Carnivorous Plants 33: 19-22.

A. K. Tiwari et al. 2012. A new record of Rhipsalis rmondii (Orchidaceae) from the Western Ghats, India. Orchid Forum 6(3): 153-155.

B. H. Smith, C. F. Smid &, P. G. H. Beusse 1997. A key to the world's orch


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