Stenostomum tomentosum (Sw.) DC.
Antirhea tomentosa (Sw.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex Fawc.
Vanishing Flora thread
This species was only known from the holotype collected at Trelawny Parish in 1784-86. However, it was rediscovered in 1975, which unfortunately is also the most recent record of the species, as it is feared extinct.
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