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Aloe ithya  T.A. McCoy & L.E. Newton
Taxonomic Serial No.: 1004207

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Plantae  
  Taxonomic Rank: Species  
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  Current Standing: accepted  
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
 KingdomPlantae  – plantes, Planta, Vegetal, plants  
    SubkingdomViridiplantae  – green plants  
       InfrakingdomStreptophyta  – land plants  
             DivisionTracheophyta  – vascular plants, tracheophytes  
                SubdivisionSpermatophytina  – spermatophytes, seed plants, phanérogames  
                      SuperorderLilianae  – monocots, monocotyledons, monocotylédones  
                               GenusAloe L. – aloes  
                                  SpeciesAloe ithya T.A. McCoy & L.E. Newton  

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  Author(s)/Editor(s): McCoy, Tom, and Leonard E. Newton   
  Publication Date: 2014   
  Article/Chapter Title: A new shrubby species of Aloe in the Imatong Moutains, Southern Sudan   
  Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Haseltonia, vol. 19   
  Page(s): 64-65   
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  ISBN/ISSN: 1070-0048   
  Reference for: original description   

 Geographic Information
  Geographic Division: Africa  






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